I’m off again to the land of ice and snow (Syracuse, not Norway) so no comics until next Friday probably. In the meantime, I leave you with this Guild Wars 2 related holiday greeting. Take care everyone, and have a great time celebrating whatever you celebrate!
Archive for ‘December, 2012’
Been flying a bit under the radar lately. But with good reason, so thanks everyone for putting up with the recent lack of updates. Today’s comic is brought to you by my childhood brain, and this explanation made perfect sense to me for years. I mean, really, have you ever seen a completely ripped guy […]
Today’s comic seems a bit out of place in the scheme of things when looking at Part 1 and Part 2 of the series. Mostly because Part 2 was unplanned and reactionary to the recent AGU press conference, and originally the lonely martian was going to usher in today’s strip. I was also in a weird […]
View Part 1 Here Yesterday at a press conference at the American Geophysical Union’s fall meeting, members of the SAM* team reported on their initial findings. This is the moment we had all been waiting for. The verdict? The instruments work, and the dirt on Mars is very similar to other dirt on Mars. Good night, […]
Two years ago today I sat down and drew a comic strip about NASA’s arsenic life press conference in December of 2010. I had decided before then that drawing comics about science was the way for me to cure the artistic malaise that was gripping me at the time, and the epic un-nnouncement was the perfect moment. It […]