Archive for the 'Religion' Category
Wednesday, December 17, 2008.
Here’s a brief history of Verona Red. The guy chained in Hell is supposed to be Pat Doran of the comic, “The Way Life Should Be,” and I haven’t decided yet whether the other demons will be featured in future comics. Lastly, the title is a reference to The Smiths’ song, “This Charming Man.”
Stay tuned soon: 2008 Holiday Cards. Expect them this Friday.
This comic is filed under: Hell, Jobs, Nigel & Randy, Pat Doran, Religion, Storyline: Occupational Hazards, TV & Movies, Verona Red, Work
Wednesday, October 29, 2008.
Hmm, have you ever realized that the only difference between “cosmic” and “comic” is one, little “s?” That will make you think.
So yes, Nigel gets a new partner. Who will it be…? Stay tuned.
In other news, Jeffro has started a new indie music blog: indierawk.tumblr.com. On a design-standpoint, it’s not yet complete, but if you have a Tumblr be sure to follow him. It seems that lately Jeffro’s been promoting some songs and music videos relating to Halloween.
Speaking of Halloween, tune in tomorrow and Friday for some special Halloween comics.
This comic is filed under: Coffee, Heaven, Hell, Jesus, Jobs, Nigel & Randy, Religion, Satan, Society, Storyline: Occupational Hazards, Work
Wednesday, October 22, 2008.
Just to let you know, guys, but this is apparently my 400th comic I’ve published since August 2003.
Anyway, my marketing adviser and close friend, Allan, gave me the suggestion of releasing a new comic every Wednesday. Since it’s about the same day that The Onion releases its new content, Allan says that most people will most likely check out (read: “not work and dick around on the internet”) their favorite websites and consequently associate my comic with The Onion. It’s worth a shot, I say.
In lieu of Halloween, however, expect some at least two comics next week: one pertaining to the story arc and another loosely based on the story arc but has a general Halloween “feel” to it.
If you haven’t noticed the difference from today’s comic and last Friday’s, I decided to color Nigel’s wings blue instead of yellow from now on. This change, in my opinion, is more graphically cohesive and corresponds with the plushies I’ve made over the years:
Storywise, this is the first time Nigel (kinda) interacts with another main character other than Randy. Of course, both Nigel and Randy are “invisible” characters — in the sense that they’re never seen but guide humans in conflicts of morality — but in unearthly realms (like Heaven), they can be seen clear as day. Then again, it seems that Nigel vaguely knows ZCC.
There you go.
This comic is filed under: Death, Heaven, Jobs, Music, Nigel & Randy, Religion, Spud, Storyline: Occupational Hazards, ZCC
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