You know that TV-show; 24? That show, where you follow counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer and his battle against terrorism through 24 suspenseful episodes each corresponding to one hour in real life? This comic has nothing to do with that show. Nothing!
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I don’t have a whole lot to say ’bout this one. Well, actually I do, but it’s all pretty boring stuff, so I’m gonna spare you the rambling. Keep an eye on my (embarrassingly rarely used) blog though. I’m planning to feature an alternative take on this weeks comic along with a few golden words on the subject in the very near future.
This might be Green Lanterns first appearance on Anyone for Rhubarb, but it’s actually Melinda Gordons aka Ghost Whisperers third. Check it out!
For those posing one of the following questions:
- Is Ghost Whisperer an exotic fish with two heads – one evil, one good? Read here.
- Is Green Lantern a sporty brand of nail clippers? Read here.
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.
He’s gone and done it again. Angus MacGyver, is there no limit to your out-of-sight capabilities? Give him a stick and he’ll craft you a fashionable pair of jeans, I tell you.
I must admit though, I was mighty skeptical of the idea of taking on my first guest artist, especially considering it ended up being on extremely short notice. Still, MacGyver seemed like a perfect fit for the job, judging from his high quality secret agent work, and that thing with the Stargate. Here was definitely a guy who saw opportunity where others saw only obstacles. That was just the kind of attitude I was looking for, so I took a chance. Looking at the end result, I think we can all agree that MacGyver more than came through. He captures the trademark Anyone for Rhubarb-essence, while still adding little, but powerful sprinkles of raw MacGyver. There’s no doubt in my mind that Anyone for Rhubarb just got MacGyverized and it feels pretty darn good!
Who is this MacGyver and where can I go see more of his paintings. Read here.
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 …