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Humor

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Lately I’ve been thinking about the subject humor. I mean I know it’s not a complete surprise since you and I spend much of our time laughing at nonsense and quoting our favorite comedians and movies. Not only that it is something that we spend most of our creative energy constructing things that are not only entertaining but make people laugh. We both share the absolute need to entertain and bring enjoyment to those around us and anyone else for that matter. We express this need in our own unique ways and use our talents towards this singular goal. For [...]

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Milk Crates

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Milk Crates

Milk Crates, Chris, take their name from the Ionian philosopher, Milcrates, who lived in the fourth century BCE. Milcrates’ radical ideas on modular government and behavioral modification became the foundation for Sparta as well as being integral to the forming of the Rump Parliament Funkadelic.

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Not For Thought

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Not For Thought

OK, Chris, so, I found an old document with random crap that we said to each other or thought of and I figured I would sit down and try making a comic strip. I made this one and, considering I haven’t drawn in about 7 years, I think it came out pretty well. Next time, I’ll remember to do the lettering in ink, though. This has been my thing for the day.

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Betrayal

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So, Chris, my train arrives at the station, the doors open, and some rude lady cuts in front of everyone starts to turn to go sit, but then stops suddenly at the mouth of the aisle, staring. She looks… hurt? I don’t know why she would expect to see anything other than a completely empty train, but after a moment she turned to walk the other way down the train car seeming confused and betrayed like a dog when you pretend to throw a ball and it runs off looking for it. I don’t think adults are allowed to sport [...]

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It Just Smells Funny

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It Just Smells Funny

Hey, the Chris, I’ve had this line in my head for months now and just haven’t gotten around to doing anything with it until just this very moment. I was originally going to see about putting the text on the cover of an old, worn book with a gothic font, but then I had this distressed paper image on my desktop and decided to use that and a wrecked typewriter font. I may still do the other one. Enjoy.

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Poor Yorick

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Poor Yorick

So, I made this comic like a week or so ago with normal olde time balloonery but after talking about the ‘merica balloons, I tweaked it. This is a teency skull I got from my friend Sam who used tem in an art project because she is crazy and morbid and crazy and ever since I got it (months and months ago now) I have been planning to make this very comic. I love when that crap happens. Crap. Happens. Crappens. Oh, fortune! Oh, crappenstance! PS: Chris, this is a joke from Hamlet which is a play by William Shakespeare [...]

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Life’s Extras

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Life’s Extras

Ian, sometimes I get the distinct feeling that I’m the main character of The Truman Show and everybody around me is an extra. This feeling is especially strong first thing in the morning before I’m even sure of my own existence. In TV and film there are many many different types of extras. There are the “random pedestrians”, the “city employees”, the “random homeless people” mixed in with the “random crazy people”, and of course “assholes”. Well, today it felt like life ran out of extras and just made the mistake of giving me exactly one of each kind. I [...]

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That Awkward Moment When…

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That Awkward Moment When…

You want to know who wrote a movie and both grab your copies to check the credits.

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‘merica

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‘merica

First, I think this comic illustrates a national truth that we, as a culture, are… I’m not sure how to say this, we’re more proud of where we came from and not as interested in where we are, where we’re going, or why we left. You know, speaking broadly. And here is an excerpt from “American Gods” which I feel is Germaine Jackson to the conversation and I’m tired. “This is the only country in the world,” said Wednesday, into the stillness, “that worries about what it is.” “What?” “The rest of them know what they are. No one ever [...]

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