017 There *IS* a Story

October 4th, 2016, 5:18 pm

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Reply NtKGar, October 4th, 2016, 6:08 pm

This has been the premise in my head for a couple of years now. Looking back at Book 4 it's mostly The Adventures of Keno Cooper with the occasional sidebar from the title character and very little from the humans. While getting away from him for a while is probably a good thing, it's nice getting back to the character that got me to do an ongoing comic in the first place.

We're climbing up the ranks in Top Web Comics again, which is always nice, it's good to know the support's still there so thanks for voting. Today's vote incentive is this weird fat guy I drew as a warm-up

If you like the more grotesque style check out Yellow Sticky, which is a vaguely quality-controlled collection of my doodles from work. The style is very different to Neko, but unmistakably 'me', according to my friends. Paige likes them but worries about some of them. It's NSFW because (we've all seen Superbad) sometimes I draw dicks because they're fun to draw and anyone who says otherwise is a dirty goddamn liar. There's boobs too, it's just whatever springs up on the paper. Not all of them are NSFW, but it's enough to warrant a heads up.

Actually speaking of surreality and Adult Content, Paige and I watched Swiss Army Man the other day, and really really liked it. All I knew about it beforehand was that it starred Daniel Radcliffe as a farting corpse. I didn't know how much he'd be farting, or how pivotal to the action it would be. The film opens with Paul Dano stranded on a beach about to hang himself, when he spots Daniel Radcliffe washed up on shore. Then this happens(play with sound).

What follows is a surprisingly heartwarming tale of friendship and isolation. In parts moving and hysterical and with a really cool way of bringing in the soundtrack. Also you can totally read it as a continuation of the Harry Potter franchise; you don't know what happens to wizard corpses.

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