Becky recently introduced me to an awful band, responsible for a song called C’mon Ride That Train, as well as the theme to Space Jam. I thought it was C’Mon Ride The Bus, so I guess the whole strip title thing has fallen apart. There is a great song called Waiting For The Bus by the Violent Femmes. They have some rad storytelling in their songs. Ride That Bus | Tiny Kitten Teeth
Casey and Andy Note: The current story-arc begins at Strip 621 August 25, 2008: Well, there you have it. Strip 666, and the end of Casey and Andy. I am so greatful to all of you for reading my comic. I can not express what all your emails, words of encouragement, and readership has meant to me.
Part of me is sad to see another year go. The rest of OCD-me is THRILLED to be getting rid of a year which ends in "13". Yeah, yeah, I'm on medication, now shut up. A word on the lighting effects for this scene: I might have to change the rule of thumb for ghosts and Agents' projections. Ghosts and projections are never affected by environmental lighting, and they are always lit by a generic light source from the upper left or right. The only physically-present objects in today's strip are the background, Hope, and Rachel's face and hands (Rachel put on a projection-suit for company). A Girl and Her Fed: Archive
Scary Go Round presents Bad Machinery - January 14, 2010
A Lesson Is Learned But The Damage Is Irreversible
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