For your perusal, another crap comic. The amusing thing is that I spent more time capturing, animating and optimizing the image to the left than I spent on the concept and construction of the entire comic you’re about to look at. How’s that for… er, something.
Actually, that image is pretty amusing. I could watch it for hours.
And you know, I think I will. Look! They just keep slapping each other! And one of them’s an evil mastermind with a scar who is voiced by John DiMaggio, the guy who does Bender in Futurama!
An exclusive excerpt from the Captain Planet Annual 1993
(Printed on RECYCLED PAPER!)
Generously donated by Mister Bung
- Fact #1: By day, Klobber rescues endangered kittens. By night, he works as a volunteer chef at the local orphanage.
The secret ingredient to his much-loved Meow Meow Furry Surprise Soup remains a mystery to this day.
- Fact #2: Not only was Klobber raised as a pirate; he dabbled in the ninja arts in college.
- Fact #3: Klobber personally wrote and directed Leonardo DeCaprio’s death scene in the film Titanic. He also personally assassinated Aldolf Hitler. Twice.
- Fact #4: Klobber!
Now you know all about Klobber, you can safely see his bold reinterpretation of the Crap Comic series! It will blow your mind like Paris Hilton bl[SYSTEM ERROR: MAINSTREAM CULTURE JOKE DETECTED. AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWN INITIATED]
Alastair: This guest strip was kindly donated by Famous Political Cartoonist JJ McCullough from Filibuster Cartoons. He might not be familiar with the Crap Comic series’ story, author, art style, or even its basic concept, but I’m sure we can all agree he’s captured its essence perfectly. Thanks, JJ!
Whoa, our first Guest Crap Comic from a non-staff member! Incredible. Distinguished artist Scott Campbell of the Double Fine ACTION COMICS has graced his presence with a guest Crap Comic of his very own in response to our unsolicited guest strip.
I leave you with this:
Delicious! The tears of a heartbroken child gather like fresh morning dew on the crabgrass in my heart! And as the tiny lawn spiders that also live in my heart come out to drink of the dew, I am delighted! Bwahhhhh ha ha! Ah-ha-ha-ha! Drink little heart spiders! Drink!
- The LucasArts “Sam and Max” Cancellation Press Release
P.S. The joke’s on YOU, “Sam and Max” Cancellation Press Release! THESE GUYS are doing a new Sam and Max game! Remember them? The ones you FIRED?
When Aussie Ben began his Crap Comic series – nay, confronting sequence of contemporary masterpii – he gazed up at the glow-in-the-dark Glow Zone stars on his bedroom ceiling and said: “Some day, world. Some day, I’m going to make it big”.
And here he is, two years later, producing guest comics for the finest names in the business: Penny Arcade. PVP. VG Cats. Calvin & Hobbes. Garfield. Batman. The list goes on and on. In hindsight, though, he probably should have asked for their permission first.
Dear reader, would you care to Hassle People of Importance with us once again?
I like how the gag is so obvious it’s like a punch RIGHT IN THE FACE!
Yea, upon thee I grace these pixels of delight. Let yon images bless thy mind with the grace of …stuff.
Nope, lost it. Anyway, here’s something I scribbled up in my spare time. I call it “Death Needs a Hug”.
This, of course is a thinly vieled attempt at proglonging the time limit HappyBob gave me to write some more content.
It’s well underway, I promise. It’s even got screenshots.
Pretty nifty, eh?
I bet all you readers out there are thinking “Wow, that Mister Bung is an alright guy! I’d like to buy him a beer and I’d let him sleep with my sister!”
First off, my cripling paranoia prevents me from ever accepting anything from other people, and secondly – and most importantly – your sister is ugly and I think I can do better. I’m sorry to be so blunt, but some of the guys from the office were making jokes and I thought it was only fair I told you to your face.
Your sister is an uggo. I’m sorry.
Uh, look, this is really uncomfortable.
For me, I mean.
Do you think you could, you know, leave?