Least I Could Do: the Comic. Goblins » Archive » 02/11/2015. Calling Los Angeles Goblinites February 6th, 2015 This is another one of those weird times, where I use this blog to try and help someone that we don’t know, but is in a bit of trouble.
A Goblins reader has a friend in Los Angeles who is about to be kicked out of her place for reasons outside of her control. She’s got a place set up for the end of February but without help, she’s totally screwed until then. If you’re in the LA area and have the ability and space to let someone crash with you until the end of the month or even just part of that time, please contact her through her Twitter. I believe she has only a few days until she’s out, so if there’s anyone out there who can help in some way, you’d be saving her butt as well as making a grateful friend (I’ll also mail you a plushie Big Ears). Thanks. -Tarol.
POWER NAP - In man's struggle against the world, bet on the world. Least I Could Do: the Comic. Exterminatus Now - #492 – Consummate Professional. Least I Could Do: the Comic. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What is this thing?
Use these handy tagging functions while reading! Want to take a break? Just click on Save Your Place -- when you return to the site, click on Resume, and you'll be back where you left off. If you want to get rid of your current bookmark, click Clear. Mel\'s Hole MelNovember 16, 2014 Transident Global Amnesia. All these comics and writings are © Jeffrey J. Darths & Droids. The title is, of course, an extract from the famous Gilbert & Sullivan opera: I am the very model of a modern Gungan General, I've information vegetable, dinosaur, and mineral; I know the Queens of Naboo, and I led the fights historical, From Tatooine to Coruscant, in order categorical.I'm very well acquainted, too, with matters Senatorial; I understand accoutrements, both simple and sartorial, Regarding eating humans I am teeming with a lot o' news - With many cheerful facts about the flavour of those nice Naboos.
Transcript Jar Jar: Obi-Wan, Anakin! It's good to see you again! R2-D2: What happened to your Jar Jar voice? Darwin Carmichael is Going to Hell. Some readers suggested we put up a “placeholder” to protect new readers from the hardship of spoilers.
It seemed like a good idea, so here we are! Please consider supporting this comic and the artists by buying a book! If you’re a new reader, here are a couple words of praise (taken from the comments section on the last strip) to encourage you: “thank you thank you thank you. trying not to cry. this was all really great. thanks again sophie and jenn” -Carey “This webcomic has been one of the highlights of my week for a long time now and I’m really sad to see it go. “You guys have been amazing, this comic has been amazing!! Thank you and well done!!” “I can’t believe it. “I’m proud to say I’ve been reading since day 1, following avidly, pestering Jenn for details whenever I see her IRL, and, yes, am crying now.
“That was fantastic! “Done? “Wow. (Now I am off to figure out how DCiGtH will figure into my dissertation as well…)” -Cori K. “Brava, Sophie! Keep creating. ” -A Lama Twirl. Giant In the Playground Games. Murder Brothers » Murder Brothers #50. Gone with the Blastwave - Because war can be boring too. Shakedown. Nimona chapter 11 - page 24. Least I Could Do: the Comic. I think this page sumarizes a lot of what I like about Commander. I remember once I was doing a science fair project and part of it involved swabbing an earthworm to see what kind of bacteria were on it.
I don’t do well with any kind of worm, especially as a kid, so I didn’t want to. My mom (who is even worse with worms than I am) said that she’d hold the worm for me if I agreed to do it, to be my moral support. That was enough to get me to swab the worm and finish the project and win first prize at the science fair. Seemed like a relevant story. Good parenting. Sequential Art. This is Problemtown.
Completely Serious Comics - Sheencraft. The Adventures of The 19XX - 01/13/2010. Not much to say this week, I’m going to New Orleans in two days, so my mind is kind of on that.
Ok, wait I thought of something… The line about the runway being too short… I went to the Minter Field Air Museum in Shafter last summer. It was something like 110 degrees outside and a B-17 was supposed to be there. But when we got there we learned that the runway was too short for the plane to land on because of the heat. If it landed it wouldn’t have been able to take off again. Minter Field B-17. Supernormal Step - Something Like That. En Passant - Blank It.
What Goes Around - Blank It. Sebskrill May 17th, 2010 at 3:29 am Aric is such a nice guy… Fire arms May 17th, 2010 at 4:34 am For once lemo rationalizes while Eric is being the funny one who doesn’t care about ‘why’ they are there Musicluvr May 17th, 2010 at 5:53 am I now want to find a reason to use the phrase “existential rabbit hole” Ninja May 17th, 2010 at 6:42 am Did they spontaneously switch brains or something?
E_is_for_Eric May 17th, 2010 at 10:54 am Watch out Lemmo! Aric is going to use his molars to chew through your optic nerve! Also, Lemmo, just think of it like this: no one can ever really know transcendent truth; believe that there is a meaning, even if we can’t understand it. Defier of Physics May 17th, 2010 at 12:07 pm But who is to say that there is not an understandable meaning? Based on everything that has happened so far, I think having a purpose would not come even close to being weird. Shifty Pompadour - Blank It. 022 – grave danger. 129 by Jeff Dabu. Looking For Group. Advertisement News Latest Archive Comics Looking For Group Non-Playable Character Tiny Dick Adventures Community Forums Facebook Reddit Shop Books Clothes Stuff Mondays & Thursdays Looking For Group Tuesdays & Fridays Non-Playable Character Wednesdays Tiny Dick Adventures Page 593 Aug 20, 2012Buy Printed Volumes in The Shop Buy Single Issues on Comixology Comics About Sitemap Social Stuff © 2014 Blind Ferret Entertainment Design & development.
Guilded Age - Fantasy Comic every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Questionable Content. Girls with Slingshots. Curvy. Go Get a Roomie! - Updates Monday, Wednesday, Friday - Almost. 178 – Dead Line. Sorry guys but no update this Friday, it’s been a crazy week!
We’ve changed office at work and the new route to it got compromised by a train derailing Tuesday morning and made a mess of things. Basically it’s made my already unreasonably long commute to and from work twice as long and trice as uncomfortable, and it will continue to be until they repair that stretch of track. This week has basically been all about commutes, work and sleep, with too little of the later. I didn’t even make it back to my own bed Tuesday. Long story short, the excuse I’m trying to use is that I’m exhausted! But don’t fret, Twogag will return to its regular schedule on Monday!
-Rickard. Dresden Codak » Comics. Beartrayal. Nanook, bear god of the Inuit people, seems to be pretty lazy these days. You would think that with shrinking ice for the polar bears and destruction of habitat for grizzlies and black bears, he would be laying some extinction on humanity. Turns out, he’s been sleeping. Leave it to Lil K to wake him up and destroy us all in his zeal. How old is he anyway? A few strips back had him saying he was eleven and now he says he is eight. I recently fixed my computer and started using Photoshop’s 32bit edition rather than the 64 I had been using and it is a lovely experience. Also, we here at 10km are doing a group comic soon!
The Zombie Hunters. 4.04. All schedule info continues to be posted to FB page, please check here first if you have a question about (lack of) updates.
First, sorry for the late update. If you’re following the Facebook page even a little you’ll know I took a trip, got hired for reals (first day is tomorrow), then started dealing with some pain/ medical issues. On top of the holidays. So it’s been a little crazy. In addition to that I’m formatting the Meek book (!) Everyone who is left, thank you very much for your understanding. Thank you for reading! Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. May 31, 2006 Discuss this comic in the forum May 30, 2006 May 29, 2006 May 28, 2006 Yeah fine. I've been reading Chaucer today. Thus swived was the carpenteres wif For al his keeping and his jalousye, And Absolon hath kist hir nether ye, And Nicholas is scaled in the toute: This tale is doon, and God save al the route! The great thing about reading Chaucer is that you get to say things like "I've been reading Chaucer today.
" May 27, 2006 Giant space battle at Starslip Crisis! Also, a lot of older strips have been replaced with full color fancified versions. That said, if anyone feels they really really need a copy of one of the older strips, shoot me at zach_weiner at yahoo dot com and we'll figger something out. Also, screw anyone who has "friends" in town with whom to go see X3. Out There - Friday, January 7, 2011. Archive - Twokinds - Updates Wednesdays. Lulu Cthulhu - Page 18. Athena Wheatley, or, Warp & Weft; A Graphic Novel. I had an epiphany. Lair of the Trapmaster. Ctrl+Alt+Del. Xkcd.