Monthly Archives: December 2013

The One with Robert “Sunshine” Burns

oh131231I spent a whole summer in Europe when I was in college and the sun shined twice.  Not two days.  Twice, briefly, like a slim tease of warmth and waning depression.

More than anything else I think this explains the colonization of America.

For more gross simplifications of human migratory patterns be sure and stay tuned to this blog.

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Save the Frosting

oh131230When I was a little kid I couldn’t wait to grow up so I could eat frosting for breakfast.

I’m still waiting.

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The One About Emergent Sloth Culture

oh131229I spell slack ninja with ellipses to be named later.

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Hammy Wants Your Teeth

oh131228I like a squirrel with a plan.

Leave your orders here. Cookies-n-Cream for me.

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Everyone Is Always Looking

oh131227Verne is doing the Elaine Benes Sad Dance.

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RJ’s 2014 Resolution Absolution: Fred the Woodtick

oh131226I didn’t know until I wrote this that Verne was a vegan.

Interesting the things you discover when you make stuff up.

 

 

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St. Hedgewhere

oh131225I’m not going to speculate on what this means. That’s your job.

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Sad Santa

oh131224Santa looks like me at breakfast these days.

Sad Santa.

Sad cartoonist.

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In Bits They Trust

oh131223I have no idea what Bitcoins are all about. Something about virtual currency, laundering money, China…

Whatever.

Fortunately, I don’t need to understand it to make fun of it. I don’t have to be ignorant to write good comics. But sometimes it helps.

 

 

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The One Where Hammy’s Head Explodes (and grows back)

oh131222Ha! Love this. Fine work by T.

Brings back memories of a fidgety/impatient youth.

Only my head never quite grew back right.

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