Saturday, January 16, 2010

28 days




So, since I have this cache of one-page "Scutmonkey" comics, four of which have never seen the light of day (or screen) and which will not likely be included in the book, I'm going to start posting them here next week. Each comic has six panels, so starting this Monday, I will start posting one panel a day, with that week's complete comic to be posted on Sunday, suitable for reading or printing or incinerating or what have you.

I will try to update the blog in addition to the comics if I can, but at least there will something new posted here every day for the next four weeks. Starting Monday, "How to Annoy a Resident." I'm sure you smart people can think of a couple of good strategies already. (Like posting a comic strip in installments instead of all at once, woman, damn.)

13 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:30 PM

    Oh, does this mean we can comment now? I have to find my list of libelous comments about your babies that I've been stockpiling.

    But seriously, welcome back.

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  2. Anonymous10:36 PM

    Oh, and here's one more comment because it bothers me to see "1 commentS" under your entry.

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  3. Yay, comments again!

    I really like "Practice." You should go with that. Mack's hair is adorable. Keep it long.

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  4. Not to sound crazy stalker-ish, but do people tell Joe that he looks like Dylan Walsh (not to be confused with the "real" Luke Perry/Dylan Walsh), who plays Sean McNamera on Nip/Tuck? Because for realzies, homie looks like Dylan Walsh.

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  5. Anonymous12:33 AM

    Hooray! Comics and Comments!! Back!!! Kickin it ol' skool... Gonna party like it's 2004!

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  6. Anonymous12:45 AM

    2004?!?! Some of us have been here since the beginning, man! - Wellesley '02

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  7. Anonymous3:36 AM

    Huzzah, we have comments again! And also your hilarious comics. The world is right again. :)

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  8. Anonymous7:04 PM

    I enjoyed The Stepfather- this was just as a great as the first. Dylan Walsh did a great job filling the shoes of Terry O'Quinn http://bit.ly/dicg8I

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