It’s unicorn day. That time of year when we once again gather with family and friends to share our fondest memories and stories of unicorns. Stay horny, my friends. Stay horny.
Posts Tagged ‘slightly indecent’
This comic is part of “The Rhubarb Connection”. An ever ongoing sort-of-story, episodes few and far between. To make matters even worse, it simultaneously constitutes a crossover between a series of comics with Boy George and the aforementioned. It’s nuts. So nuts right now.
However, should you feel like none of this makes any sense to you, don’t lose faith. It’s only natural mind you. Not everything is supposed to make sense. Most stuff in the world makes little sense to me – just to name one thing.
Meet Wilford Pjok. He’s an odd little fellow. I hope you found his company, at least, sort of tolerable, cause this is just the beginning. The beginning of the best thing that has ever happened in the world. Plus/minus some of course. If you stick around you’ll find out just how much. So stick around. I command you. By the power of Grayskull! I’m He-man.
Well, as you might have noticed I haven’t put up a new comic today. The unthinkable has happened. For the first time in Rhubarb history I’ve missed my usual Tuesday update. I’m sorry.
A few of you may already know, that I’ve been so incredibly fortunate as to receive an award this weekend. Or “Anyone for Rhubarb?” did. The “Ping-award” for best Danish webcomic. Big award show and all. I stood on the same stage as Jaime Hernandez, Jill Thompson and loads of Danish comic celebs. Brian Azzarello in the audience. Nervewrecking, but absolutely fantastic. I’m very proud and unbelievably humbled. Still, in the midst of all this very wonderful ruckus I kind of blew my deadline. Darn it!
I’m gonna try to make up for it though. I promise. For starters I made this little drawing. It may not look very award winning at first glance, but it is. Trust me.
Finally, let me just thank you all for your amazing support over the course of the Rhubarb’s existence. There most certainly wouldn’t have been any awards without it. Thank you, Rhubarb-people! You rock!
I hope to see you all again next Tuesday for another round of Rhubarb.
I’m watching Fringe and reading an abundance of superhero related comics at the moment. This may be an unhealthy cocktail.
Vigilant long time readers may well notice that this looks like a follow up to the classic Rhubarb strip “Something, something, then pirate”. You’re right it is. Not really on popular demand though. Just regular demand. Mostly my own.
Use of captions as a means to convey the story is often frowned upon among comic feinschmeckers. Like a directors use of voice-over in a movie. I suck!
I came up with this idea on the toilet. Naturally this is not something I wish to discuss any further. I ask for your understanding on this delicate matter.
Many people have already asked me what music to listen to while reading this weeks comic. Well, my soundtrack suggestion would be The Cars’ 1984 hit single Drive. In my opinion, the vibe and atmosphere of this particular song embodies the fundamental feel of my comic and therefore makes for a rich and intense reading experience. I hope this answers your question.