Well, I got something cool to tell you guys and something that sucks ass to tell yeah. We’ll go with cool first.
The very awesome Robert Blake from World of Fizz decided to send me a random package, which I received a few days ago. It’s contents contained Anthrax, a cute little Mudkip plush, and an awesome Hot Wheels car designed to look like Ecto-1 from The Ghostbusters. Fortunately the Anthrax was diet Anthrax and had no effect on me. The other gifts were major awesomeness and great additions to my toy collection. Thanks, Robert. I guess u herd i liek mudkips.
Now for the bad news. My friend Aphex who does Alembic Grimoire has gotten in a bit of a scrape and is now in need of help from anyone willing to donate a buck or two. In short, some punks were bullying his friends, and Aphex decided to stand up for his friends, only to have said bullies turn it against him and get him arrested for “supposed assault”. It’s a bunch a bull shit, but you can read about it in more detail here but you can read about it in more detail here. In short, he needs help posting bail, so any donations you guys are willing to throw at him would be much appreciated. Trust me, he’s a great guy, and doesn’t deserve this bullshit. Thanks for your time.
Robert Blake jumps in with today’s Ghostbusters inspired comic. Thanks, man. Man guest month is becoming the Robert Blake and Ryan Buck show so far. Come on, peeps. Everyone can do guest comics, just send them to email@example.com
As for me, I got two things to show you.
2) Another Let’s Play Playlist
Today’s guest comic comes from the awesomely talented Robert Blake of World of Fizz. Thanks, Robert! Now go read his comic, it’s like a furry Foxtrot.
BTW I still need guest comics, guys. I have only received two so far, and we have a whole month to go here. So please, send guest comics to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh, and we got some fanart up in the hizzy!
|Alan Solivan (aka Mr. O.M.A. on the comments) drew this awesome pinup picture with the entire Femmegas cast + Jazzy. Seems even Jennifur is amazed by Fizzy’s cup size. I would too, that’s a lot of soda she’s drinking. Anyways, awesome picture, OMA!|
And lastly, if you miss my artwork, you can check out this guest comic I did for Nine Shot Sonata for my bud, Xero.
Yeah, I know, I said I was done with the Chaotix stuff, but I saw Disney’s insanely awesome movie, The Princess And The Frog, and it inspired this strip. It’s a great movie and you should all watch it.
Unfortunately I don’t have much else to say. I’ve had possibly one of the worst days of my life today. My computer has completely crashed thanks to it somehow getting a shit ton of maleware and spyware despite me having virus and spyware protection programs I run daily, so it’s pretty much unusable at the moment (it won’t even let me access the internet or change my wallpaper at the moment). I’m typing this post on my laptop, which is slow, clunky, and in pretty terrible shape. Too make matters worse, I almost lost my job today, and my bosses decided to keep me around the office during this near fire long enough to make it to where I was only able to get like 4 hours of sleep. Sigh.
First of all I want to apologize for the somewhat spoiler nature of today’s comic. I saw Sherlock Holmes the other day and this strip popped in my head, so I had to do it.
In short, I liked the movie, despite some problems. One of the problems mentioned in this strip is it seemed that almost EVERY issue in the movie was explained by chemicals. Some of which was fairly believable, and some of which was a bit iffy. Granted the iffiest part is the fact that this one character created all these amazing chemical tricks, and he was killed off screen and never really seen alive in the movie. Just seems a bit over the top. Especially considering the guy also created a wireless remote control in Victorian era England. O_o
My other problems had to do with how some of the characters were portrayed, but I won’t go into that unless you guys care to hear about it. I really don’t feel like going all Sherlock Holmes fanboy on everyone.
But overall, great movie, just not what I’d call an accurate portrayal of the characters, but I’ve seen worse takes on them, I’m sure. Bravestarr had an episode with Sherlock Holmes and he shot lightning. O_O
Today’s comic comes from the incredibly witty Bastet who does a wonderful job at satirizing my own comic work. It’s funny, because it’s true… well… except that last panel. That’s just what the readers want. :p
So, anyone want to see me review some Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen toys?
PS. Femmegasm is a year old this month! HOLY CRAP!
Hey, everyone, it’s my first (of possibly many) comic referencing Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen, the highest grossing badly reviewed money in existence. WOO! Personally I enjoyed the movie for the most part, there were some things that bothered me (much like the first movie), but I found it overall enjoyable. If your not afraid of spoilers and would like a somewhat more detailed explanation of my feelings on the movie, I guess you can read this.
While this strip references a specific scene from the movie, I don’t think it’s very spoiler-ish, and it makes fun of Bakugan more than TF: ROTF. For those that don’t know Bakugan is some weird Japanese imported cartoon show and toy line that kinda’ plays like a weird Yugioh version of marbles from my understanding. To be honest, I don’t really get it, but my step daughter is totally into it. Is this what’s it like when you start getting old? GET OFF MY LAWN!
Anyway, Bakugan are these little ball shaped things that transform into other things…yeah… supposedly they’re supposed to turn into robots, dragons, or monster… but really, they just look like the marble sprouts random things out of it… like I said I don’t get it, but seemly it’s all the rage with kids these days. Sigh… at least Transformers are still around so I can still relate with young’ens on that… right? RIGHT? Sigh…
Next post I can talk to you guys about the TF: ROTF toyline if you are interested in that since I’ve gotten quite a few figures since the movie came out and I wouldn’t mind taking some time to let you know what I think of them.
Also let’s give another round of applause for Chris Jones. His coloring just continues to blow me away. Also give an applause to my friend, Cary Woodham, he’s been my proofreader since the comic started. When I get some extra time a side, I plan to add both Chris and Cary to the Artists section of this webpage. Unfortunately my life has been a tad crazy lately, but I think we should be getting some calming down soon.