Monthly Archives: March 2012

Wham Bam Ham Can Jam

Hammy’s going to be fine. Seriously, he’s the main character. We’re not that stupid. Except for Game of Thrones who kills off their main character?

Not us, that’s who.

Have I mentioned how much I admire Game of Thrones?

 

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Spud of Evil

This isn’t exactly what I wrote, but it’s close:

Hammy stands about the same distance as he is tall from the chip.
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2 parts.  Top middle and bottom:
Top:  Hammy falls forward to eat the chip (mouth open)
Bottom:  Hammy hits the edge of the chip  which sends it flipping backward over. 
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Bottom:  Chip stays in foreground as Hammy starts rolls away down a hill screaming.

Chip:   Giggle. 
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Tiny SFX PANEL:  CRUNCH. OW!
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Same POV as third panel.  Chip still where it was.  RJ and Verne.  RJ holds his foot up, inspect it.  Hammy further away. bouncing in the distance,  screaming.  

RJ:  I just cut my foot on a chip

V:  They use way too many preservatives these days. 

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Over the Hedge Now on Pinterest

We now have a Pinterest page, or site or something.  Check it out here.

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Spud-Fu

Of all the instances depicting inanimate extruded potato crisps exhibiting martial arts skills in the comics, today’s cartoon…

…is certainly one of them.

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Ham in a Can

This is shaping up to be a fun week (or two). T’s doing a great job. This might have something to do with the fact that there are hardly any words and he has a lot more room to draw.  Maybe.

But probably not.

 

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Food at Play

Olympic Chip Diving Judges Scorecards:

9.7:  U.S. Judge

9.5:  Latvian Judge

9.3:  Chinese Judge

10.0:  Belize Judge

9.6:  Canadian Judge

8.3:  East German Judge

11.0:  Mole People from the Center of the Earth Judge

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This Is Your Face On Peanut Butter

I was  thinking more lip smacking and tongue action, but this is good too.  I like that T added a spoon in the last panel.  As if Hammy travels with a set of utensils.

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