A submarine that sort of looks like a fish. Apparently it contains a guy named Dotty Dreamstache. And some dudes. Click it hard for full-size.
Tony McGurk, creator of the webcomic Out The Bush, has made comic featuring Detective Flom. And it’s awesome. The panel below is just one out of many wonderfully Flom-infested panels from said piece. Head over to his site and read the rest of them. No time to waste. Hurry! http://outthebush.com/comic/murder/
And here’s an illustration sporting a bunch of trees, a river with fish and some guys having a campfire. There’s also a rabbit, but it doesn’t have a nose, so perhaps it doesn’t count.
The whole thing is available as a wallpaper or a Facebook cover. Right here.
Or you could just look at it real quick and never ever think about it again. It’s up to you. Or at least; you think it is.
Click the image to view the full size.
This is not so much me attempting to be funny, as it’s me attempting a postcard design. Or something along those lines. And it has Wilford Pjok on it. What?! Does anyone even remember him? Well, he’s in these comics http://www.anyoneforrhubarb.com/tag/wilford-pjok/
Here’s a comic I did in the olden days. It was originally done for a newspaper competition of sorts. Alas, it didn’t win. It lost! And had to flee the country for several years to avoid further embarrassment. It bought a winery in Italy.
Hey, a Rhubarb classic!? Well, not exactly. This is actually an alternate version of a Rhubarb strip I did waaay back when. Within the first Rhubarb-year or so I guess. I remember having a hard time choosing which one to post, between this one and the one I eventually posted. I still love this version though, and now you can too.
And no, you don’t need to know what either a Green Lantern or a Ghost Whisperer is to get it. I just thought bringing on a lot of these kinds of pop-cultural references was funny back then. Perhaps it was.
Click the picture for the full comic …
… and here’s the other one if you need it http://www.anyoneforrhubarb.com/the-beaver/