Perhaps that dreadful feeling of full-blown horror you’re experiencing upon reading this means you’re one step closer to facing your inner demons. Perhaps that’s exactly what the Rhubarb mist is all about – conquering those demons. No one knows for sure. It was just there one day. Outside the window. Misting it up.
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I hope this comic made you think about breakfast products. Like really think about them. In some parts of the world they drink their own urine, you know. For breakfast. And also, if they wake up in the middle of the night and can’t fall asleep. Because of stress at work and such. I don’t think that’s right. I’m horrified even. Like I totally forgot I made the whole thing up. That’s no way to live.
If upon reading this comic you think to yourself; this comic is getting stranger and stranger by the week, I feel unsafe, the guy who makes it is clearly some kind of super nut – Shame on you! Yes, I know things aren’t exactly getting any less weird. Heck, I guess this weeks comic isn’t even a gag-comic in any traditional sense, with a proper build-up, a punch line at the end and all that la-di-da fancy stuff. But darn it, I’m not a super nut. That’s so hurtful. Sure I wear a tinfoil hat to stop other comic artists from stealing my ideas, but in my book that merely adds to my normalcy, because it’s such a normal thing for anyone to do.
Yes, Melinda is making her triumphant return here at the Rhubarb. As usual, her impeccable sense of atmosphere and dramatics doesn’t fail her. It appears that this time she has taken to the woods, where all kinds of dangers often lurk after sundown. Characteristically for her, concerns of darkness, finding your way back home or which wild berries to eat and animal droppings not to touch, seem of no consequence. The ghost whispering must go on, no matter the cost! I think we could all learn a little something from goodhearted Melinda Gordon and her selfless ghost whispering. Please think of her the next time you spot a sample of possible fox feces you’d like to collect.
Feel like catching the almost completely unrelated Melinda Gordon Ghost Whisperer vol.1? Yeeeeeah! It’s right here!
And if you don’t know who Melinda Gordon is and desperately wants to find out. Here.
You got your original branded retro Romeros and the way fast 28 days later kind of modern models. You got your Walking Dead comic or tv-show, and so many zombie variations on popular classics, from Pride and Prejudice to Captain America, that I don’t even know where to start. Zombies are everywhere. Even under your bed. Zombies are so awesomely cool they’re almost starting to get uncool. I just hope this comic isn’t gonna be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
From a long proud tradition of whisperers, counting among others Robert Redford, who liked horses the most, came Melinda Gordon – a so called ghost whisperer. Brought to life in the CBS hit show Ghost Whisperer by Party of Five mega star Jennifer Love Hewitt. A lot can be said about the show, I won’t, but one thing is for sure; it is no more and Melinda is probably haunting the hallways of CBS herself at this point. I hope someone will make a comic out of that some day. I won’t, but as the “vol 1″ in the title indicates, this is almost certainly not the last we have seen of Melinda here at the Rhubarb …