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.
Posts Tagged ‘monsters’
You take a long hard look in the mirror and ask yourself; “is this the first time we’ve come across Madam Crux on Anyone for Rhubarb?”. The mirror answers “Don’t degrade yourself like that. You’re an embarrassment. Is that even your real hair or is it some kind of awful dog, that’s also a hat?”. Suddenly it’s clear. You got to get yourself a new mirror. You just GOT to.
Before anyone asks me if this is in any way autobiographical let me beat you to it; “I am a boxers exclusively kind of guy”.
I know my version of Godzilla doesn’t look like most of the numerous movie variants. Actually it’s probably all wrong. Too green, weird dorsal fins, stupid roar and that sort of thing. I’m not much of a Godzilla expert admittedly, and apparently a sloppy researcher too. I hope to change this someday though. Yes, my dream is to one day become an all-knowing Godzilla expert and the worlds greatest slap-bass player/researcher. Until then, you’ll probably have to do with sorry movie monster specimens like this.
In other important news, Anyone for Rhubarb recently got reviewed on the awesome Digital Strips podcast. If you’re interested in hearing how that went down, click the link and pay them a surprise visit http://www.digitalstrips.com/2012/05/digital-strips-281-review-anyone-for-rhubarb.html. I’m sure you’re more than welcome.
Phew, some comics just put up more of a fight. This one was a wild fellow. I tell you, if this comic could talk, oh the stories of rewrites and silly discarded ideas it would tell. The original joke idea and punchline isn’t even in this version. Someday I’ll make a 30 panel long directors cut-edition and you’ll see.
Speaking of panels, regular readers of the Rhubarb might notice that this comic is a breakaway from the traditional format size wise. You’ll have to do a little more scrolling to get the full Rhubarb experience, but I hope you’re willing to put in the extra effort. I just thought, why this is a web-comic, I don’t have to stick with any one format, I can fit the format to the comic/idea and not the other way around. I’m a freebird that way. Yeeeah! I’m the king of the world!
Anyways, I hope it doesn’t turn out to be the single biggest mistake in my entire life for some unforeseen reason.