20 - The Dispenser|
Oh, by the way, last week started an actual story. It will continue for a wee bit.
Tags: Frank, Trafer, Eric, M&M'S
10/27/2009, 12:44 AM
Feels good, doesn't it? Just in case you don't know, then yes. Yes it does.
Anyways, lots of things to discuss. Some of you asked what an endcap is, is the end of aisle at a store that face outward into the main aisle. In the Shinkenger/Captain Planet comic, for those of you who don't know what Shinkenger is, it's from the Japanese Super Sentai Series (where Power Rangers gets it's source material from). It's the 2009 installment, fully titled Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, and it's about modern day samurai fighting monsters called Gedoushuu from the Sanzu River. Interesting show, watch it (with subtitle if you don't speak Japanese). Also, if you don't get the whole joke in that strip, you're hopeless. But ask about it in the comments section! As for the Transformers strip, if you watched Revenge of the Fallen, you should get those.
ANYWAY, now that we're caught up, what's next? Well, obviously, I'm not gonna tell you. But guess at least! Or make suggestions (I might use them)! But don't worry, the wait won't be quite as long as the one we just came back from =P
To regular updates, huzzah!
Tags: Frank, Super Sentai, Captain Planet, Transformers
06/22/2009, 11:52 PM
So! Yes! My name is Colin! My first blog -ever-! Uhhh I guess this is the part where I tell you about myself. I am much like Frank. Where his dedication is to his childhood, my dedication is to my future-IN GUNS!
I love guns (and I have no doubt that someone just turned away from my blog) and I'm also beautiful (and you just looked back). So, uh, other than that I'm pretty much the most open minded person you can ever hope to sleep with (and/or get to know; it really doesn't matter to me because in my head it happens anyway). I'm a poet and I enjoy the simple things in life. In fact, in the comic I intend to force my husband Frank (in-joke, you'll understand soon) to draw my character like Sean Connery with a little bit of Keira Nightly. My brother had just read this and demanded that I erase it because I am, as a writer, obligated to serve you like a petty slave and make you giggle as if I was trained to. Heads up, I do this because I have an ego the size of Jupiter. I could care less if you read this because in the end I do it because it makes me happy knowing that some of my ideas are turned into jokes that you can enjoy.
Most of my blogs will be about the people who just read this thinking, "Well, I read web comics all the time and I intend to" and that's when I stop you, remind you that it's the internet, and push you away to something called real life where everything is wonderful so long as you're ugly, which ha-ha! I'm not.
Now, to get out of the rant, I want to make a very good point to the viewers. Prego. A term that some people use because they are obviously too stupid to continue the term "pregnant." And really guys? It's a two syllable word. However! To my infinite joy I have found that there is indeed a sauce you can put on say pasta, called Prego...its red and gooey. I wonder why they call a red and gooey sauce "Prego." If you found this offensive in any way I hope you're ready for my future blogs. Because they are going to be full of comments like this that are meant to cause this face "O.O" or this face "o_o", depending on your facial structure.
Remember now that you will never get this time back.
We Tried, Too, But Yeah...|
06/19/2009, 11:39 AM
We tried, too, but yeah...
So. Second comic. Woo! Yeah, it's pretty great. Anyways, there's something I want to talk about today. Something great. Something awesome. Something big!(Okay, not that big, but still great, and awesome.) It's Revenge of the Fallen Knock Out! See? He's great and awesome, just not that big, since he's a Scout class figure, but that's fine, because his diminutive size certainly works for him. He's a motorcycle see, which in Transformers terms, means small. But that's good! Knock Out combines three of my favorite things: motorcycles (thanks to Kamen Rider), robots, and G.I. Joes. Yeah, Joes. Knock Out is roughly G.I. Joe scale, which automatically makes him awesome. I have Transformers, I have G.I. Joes, and I have little motorcycles, but its nice to finally have all three in one package. Another nice thing is that in alt. mode, he holds together fairly well.
His robot mode's pretty great, too. It's nicely proportioned, has great articulation, and his right hand is a gun. Awesome! His colors are pretty nice, too. Overall, a well-thought out figure. Definitely my favorite Scout so far, although who knows if he'll stay there once Ejector shows up =P
So, if you're looking for a fairly priced, radically awesome figure, Knock Out's your bot.
Tags: Frank, Transformers, G.I. Joe, Kamen Rider
The Beginning is the End!|
06/16/2009, 3:02 AM
The beginning is the end!
Or something like that. Anyways, this particular comic might be a bit late, but it still works. I'm just glad to have gotten this project started. I've been wanting to do a webcomic for some time now, and I figure this is a good starting point. Here in the blog, I'll chat, review, and have some guests speak. Or you could just read the comic. Or visit the site. Yeah, sounds good, as long as you do that, we're in business.
This is where I end my first post. The next comic should be posted Friday, and I'll perhaps add a new blog before then. Enjoy the comic, and here's to a long run!
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