This comic probably raises a couple of questions. Just remember I’m no historian. I’m merely a guy who likes to convey to the people 100% factual historical subject matter down to the tiniest of details.
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This was an extremely demanding strip to get right. I had no relevant personal experience to draw upon, see. I had to become that guy to be able to write him properly. I was him for almost two weeks. After that, three weeks as the woman. At one point I was even the frame. Intense. I’m the Christian Bale of webcomics. Everybody thinks so. Nobody says it out loud.
And here’s a strip starring historical figure Napoleon Bonaparte. The pressure to feature him in a comic has been tremendously small. Finally I caved.
Great! This comic is loosely based on an untrue story about a left-handed heavy-weight champion kick-boxer from the backwoods, who travels to the big city to become a celebrity dentist to the stars.
Leave a comment below if you also like backwoods kick-boxing.
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.
Some day this placeholder text will be replaced with some of the deep insights and thoughts behind this comic. There’s gonna be all about how the giants represent fear of commitment and how the knit sweaters symbolize hope in the midst of a global financial crisis. It’s gonna be deep and thought provoking. Even controversial at times. But for now you’ll have to do with this temporary text. I’m sorry.
Does this qualify as a Valentine’s Day comic? There may be subtle hints of romance in there, but I think we can all agree, that it isn’t outright smothered in the sticky sweetness and pink hearts that usually constitute such endeavors. So perhaps the answer is no. Still, it does feature ol’ Tarzan of the Apes alongside his long-time love affair and wife to be, Jane Porter, in some very happening get-ups. Leopard briefs/loincloths always lend a certain sense of anything-can-happen,-but-it’s-gonna-get-sexy quality to any given situation. Perhaps you will find some of the otherwise missing Valentine’s magic here. I hope so. Merry Valentine’s day everyone!
By now you may find yourself in need of supplementary information on the power couple featured in this comic. For more on television personality Kim Kardashian go here or if you’re thirsting for Masters of the Universe trivia on Moss Man go here.