Saturday, February 21, 2009

017 - Dial "M" For Murder!

Greetings, my invisible audience. I have decided that, from this day forth, I shall be regularly updating this "webcomic" (blog) every Monday.

Monday, remember that.

Now begins where I attempt to update this comic weekly. Yes, I'm sorry, Monday is once a week, which equals a total of 52 comics per year, which isn't much. I don't have the patience, skill, mental capacity, speed to update the comic more than that, I'm sorry.
I do hate deadlines, but oh well. I'm doing it Monday because I can finish up the comic during the weekend if I have to (I didn't this time).

If I slack behind my schedule, feel free to call me "slacker", "lazy", "jackass", "your real father" or whatever. You would not be wrong. I would be all those things, but at least I wouldn't be a sellout (in order to be a sellout I'd first have to gain an audience of at least one and start pumping out witty hipster t-shirts of a dolphin fighting Thor in the Joust event from American Gladiators. ...hey, wait a second...).

So, yeah, schedules. Let's hope I can keep this up, eh? I seem to be pumping out at least one comic idea per week (sometimes more), so I might be able to make it like a renewable resource. I use one idea, and I get another within a day.

That'd be nice.

Again, we'll have to see how it all pans out. Some ideas are only funny within a certain time span and those will have to go in the trash if I take too long to make it (and it could be unfunny two days later by Sunday, so...). At the same time have a whole bunch of videogame comics, but I don't want this to become a videogame webcomic. At the very least I can think
of some comic ideas to break up the videogame ones.

Well, we'll find out, won't we? It's all kinda like an experiment. A fun experiment that will eventually break me and make me do horrible things to the people I love.

According to a couple people, the comic layout is hella confusing or whatever. I can understand that, that's one of the things I was wondering when I was drawing this comic. I figured I might as well go with the less uniform layout for the panels to see what works and what doesn't. Layouts are one of the many, many things I would like to improve with my comics, so I'm going to have to work on it some more, read some comics to see what their secret is, all that stuff.


Thursday, February 19, 2009

015 & 016 - If I Were In Movies:

YAR! Thar be spoilers ahead!

These comics are pretty old.

If I Were King Leonidas in The 300.

After I watched The 300, I considered how I would end the movie.
everyone dies, they gave their enemies the satisfaction of killing them (although they did get the satisfaction of Xerxes being proven to be mortal.
SPOILER how did you not know that was the ending?
I figured "Nuh uh, that ain't for me!"
This comic shows how I would have ended The 300 were I King Leonidas.

I mean no offense by the inflammatory language below. There's some inflammatory language below, by the way.


Fight Club is my favorite movie of all time. It's just awesome through and through.
So, after I made my 300 comic, I thought back to how I would change movies were I the characters in them.
In Fight Club, the main character discovers SPOILERS FOR THE LOVE OF GOD
that, through the entire movie, he has imagined Tyler Durden, and he is actually Tyler Durden. Then, not long afterward, the narrator lets Tyler beat him up in a parking garage. It's one of my favorite scenes in the movie.SPOILERS ARE DONE you should really watch this movie
I figured "This is how I would do things as the narrator."
So here ya go.

Those are really old.

By the way, be sure to check Monday to see something super special. That's right, you right there.
Because you don't exist. Kinda like SPOILER YOU CAN JUST STOP READING RIGHT HERETyler Durden.SPOILER DONE really, though, watch Fight Club

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

I will update again soon...

You may or may not have noticed that I haven't posted anything since my brief stint of posting when I put all the comics up.
Or you might not have. This blog gets no viewers.
Anyway, I have an explanation. I'm jotting down ideas left and right, and when I have what I feel is a sufficient amount, I'll start updating again. My plan is this:
1.) If I have ideas for comics, I can get them drawn and colored and formatted and what-have-you easily enough, thus updates will be regular.
2.) As I update (maybe two a week, that'd be nice), I'll get more ideas that will replace the ideas I have used, thus I will constantly have ideas to update with.
3.) Well, there ya go.

So, yeah.
God, this would be so much easier if I was a gaming webcomic or some movie webcomic. I could just read the latest general news about video games and then be like "Oh, I'll draw a comic about how utterly confusing and fucked up Noby Noby Boy looks! Here I go doop doop."
But no, I've decided I'll just do a comic on whatever suits my fancy and won't go down that road. I've decided to be better than that.
But man, it'd just be so much easier...