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Got a hair cut today.

Okay, that's not true. I got several hairs cut today.

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Result in thread: Pages Out of Context!
Yesterday, 3:32 PM #2
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I can appreciate an hourglass figure, so for the next poster, try for any combination of 36–24-36.
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Yesterday, 7:44 AM #3
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Even though it's set in the era of crunk and nu metal, I've always thought the Telltale Sam & Max games had great, jazzy soundtracks that would go well with Weird in a Can. Particularly Cruisin', the tune for the driving sections.

Firefly Jelly:Taily did a thread where she picked out theme songs for us; she picked "School Days" by Chuck Berry for The Extras, and I have no reason to distrust her judgment.


Yeah! Good times. She picked out Lemon Demon's I've Got Some Falling to Do for WiaC.
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2 days ago, 1:53 AM #4
Amazing Chris Godbey
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I really like "No youtube comments". What's it do? Well, this might come as a surprise, but it blocks all comments on a YouTube video! So now, I can appreciate the video without petty arguing and stale memes distracting me.

I've also got one called "Share Button for Facebook", which is particularly great for sharing updates to my comic, since there's not a way to implement share buttons on the Simple Layout Editor that I know of.
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Result in thread: Thread O' Dreams II
3 days ago, 2:51 PM #5
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Dreamed last night that I was following along with a video of Terry Crews teaching me how to apply my shampoo.
The fact that he's bald and wasn't shown in the video to be applying the shampoo himself didn't cross my mind.

Later dreamed that my brother and I were playing Smash Bros. on 3DS, and when it came time to select our stage, I pointed out what looked like a rounded pink face at the top of the screen, creepily watching over us. My brother tilted the camera and zoomed out, revealing it to be a giant Princess Peach, and the rounded pink face was actually her breasts? My bro then said "You're welcome".
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Result in thread: Cameos for Crepe Island
4 days ago, 5:35 PM #6
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A mall, eh? Well, George, Phil, and Liz are all teenagers, so it'd make sense for them to be shopping at one, if you wanna have 'em.

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Result in thread: Page Sizing
4 days ago, 5:26 PM #7
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After scanning my panels, I then import them onto a 1850x2615 page (not sure why those dimensions, specifically.

Think it had something to do with wanting to take WiaC to print some day), then I'll crop out the extra space and resize it to 900px wide for the site, with no regard to the height (which usually turns out to be around the 1200px range).

(Fun fact: I keep separate folders for both sizes, one labeled "web version", and I almost always read it as "weeb version")
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4 days ago, 3:24 AM #8
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I'd say, at least three more lives.
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5 days ago, 7:52 AM #9
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Only three? Well...


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Because I'm Depressed: I'm not really into "dramedy" or pitch-black humor, but...BCDE just does it so well, man. The main characters are all enjoyable, the occasional dips into drama really hit the reader emotionally without ever feeling like a sudden tonal shift (it's balanced very well), the artwork is fantastic (and keeps improving!), and most of all, it's really, really funny. Seriously, I've laughed out loud several times binging this comic.

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Ultramutt: Wacky, cartoony superhero parody? Hell yeah, I'm into this! Not only is it funny, with lots of goofy humor, but the artwork is so animated, expressive, and lively that I can practically see it playing out in front of my eyes, moving like a cartoon from the late 90s. Unfortunately, it hasn't updated since late 2018, but hopefully it'll come back.

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Extremely F^#%ing Nigh: This one's only recently started, but it's been forever since a fantasy webcomic has caught my interest. And it falls into the "urban fantasy" genre specifically, which is my favorite kind! The premise is interesting (an ancient barricade keeping magic from our world is being weakened by the people who uphold said barrier being killed off, one-by-one), the art is great, the dips into the surreal dreamscape are rad, and there's a little bit of humor woven in. Like I said, it's just started, but I'm excited to see where it goes.
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Result in thread: Front page looks weird man.
6 days ago, 8:15 AM #10
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"Front Page Looks Weird Man" is my favorite superhero.
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6 days ago, 8:14 AM #11
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Homer Simpson is one that comes to mind. He's very flawed, but there's a decent man and a loving father in there.

Darkwing Duck/Drake Mallard. His adoption and raising of Gosalyn is one of my favorite parts of the show, and I'm eager to see how it goes in the DuckTales reboot.
Speaking of, Donald Duck in said reboot is a great dad as well.

Johnny Cage in the recent Mortal Kombat games is a surprisingly good father. He's managed to shed a lot of his ego and self-centeredness for his daughter's sake, coming across as very laid-back but doting.

Batman. He might not have been the best father to the Robins, but he's definitely a favorite.

Dr. Light, from the Mega Man Classic games. Particularly in the Archie Comics adaptation, where he quickly became one of my favorite characters.

Thanos: terrible father, but my favorite supervillain.

Bowser, from the Super Mario games. Just...watch the video for Nintendo Switch Parental Controls. Trust me.
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9 days ago, 6:15 AM #12
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Ideally, I would LOVE to update Weird in a Can twice a week, with two pages on Tuesday, and three on Thursday, every week.

But, unfortunately, due to a combination of finding time to draw in between work and social obligations, as well as writing each chapter taking a fairly long time by itself...I tend to update twice a week and consistently for a month at a time, with hiatuses of several months in between.
I'm guessing that's one of the reasons why I have trouble getting an audience. Readers like consistent schedules.
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10 days ago, 4:50 AM #13
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For the most part, yes, they DO approve!

My mom is one of my biggest fans, sharing the link on Facebook and Twitter every time there's an update. She even leaves comments sometimes.

My dad was a big fan of WiaC when I was doing the "first draft" of it in high school, but I don't know what he thinks of the current iteration. I know he's been given the link, and I imagine he likes what he's read.

One of my aunts reads it and supports me, though I'm not sure if she quite understands it.

My brothers are aware of it, and definitely supported it when I first launched it (my youngest bro even having plans to bring me on as a guest on his short-lived podcast/YouTube channel), but I don't think they really keep up to date with it.

My youngest cousins (aged 13 and 10) have read some of it, and enjoyed it.

My stepfather is indifferent, I imagine. Very conservative, and probably feels like it's mostly just a harmless hobby because it doesn't make me any money, though I imagine he's disturbed by the idea that I'm pushing 30 and making comics.
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Result in thread: Offering Critique!
10 days ago, 4:19 AM #14
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You can take a gander at Weird in a Can, if you'd like!

I'm at 198 pages, and...oh, no--

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12 days ago, 6:54 AM #15
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I don't think I ever owned a pair, so I guess I can't say that I ever "enjoyed" them, because I never wore 'em, but I remember seeing a pair of Super Mario World-branded sneakers when I was a kid.

I remember thinking they were really cool, because SMW was (and still is) my favorite video game, and the box used (I think) this artwork. I recall the Magikoopa and his shape-producing wand in particular, because I saw it on that shoe box before I ever made it that far in the game.
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13 days ago, 7:09 PM #16
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Kelsey -Nutty- P.:
Court of Roses today: Taking in the scene.


I'm taking in the scene as well. It's very warm and calm, and I feel relaxed just looking at this crew being very relaxed themselves.

So, let's break that up with a one page Intermission gag strip in today's Weird in a Can!
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13 days ago, 8:20 AM #17
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Just a small update today, with a new Intermission: Grade Expectations!
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Two weeks ago, 7:44 PM #18
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Since I started going to Lexington Comic & Toy Convention every year since 2012 (and The ScareFest since 2017), I've met several celebrities and the like. Sometimes on elevators or passing by them in the hallways and whatnot.

Though, the one that sticks out in my mind as being an "Odd Encounter" is at LCTC's VIP Party in 2018. At the time, I was a teetotaler, and always had been. But at said party, a regular can of soda was $3.50. I figured that, if I'm gonna be paying that much for a beverage, then it should at least be something I can't get for 50 cents elsewhere. So, my brother bought me a rum and coke.

As I'm drinking it and listening to the music, I'm approached by Paul Schrier and Jason Narvy, AKA Bulk and Skull from Power Rangers.
I'd met them several times over the years at the con, to the point that they recognized me. And then my brother pointed out that this was my first time drinking.
Schrier asked me "You just turn 21?"
I say "No, but I'll be 28 in about an hour."
"That's all right. At this rate, you won't be doing heroin until you're, like, eighty."

So, yeah. I had my first drink with some former Power Rangers actors at a party. How many people can say that?

And here's a photo from the next day. People, get yourself someone who looks at you the way Paul Schrier looked at me:
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30th Jan 2020, 5:16 AM #19
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The Super Mario Bros. 3 cartoon can be a little hard to watch sometimes nowadays, but it's got a few moments that are gems, but it's still better than the Super Mario World cartoon ("Mama Luigi" got memed to death because it's the only good episode of the series).
I'll defend the Super Show! and the Zelda series, though. Those are still goofy, campy fun.

Phoenix In Crisis:This very state of mind is what I'd named "SuperFriends Syndrome" about a decade ago.
That name still stands.


Superfriends started off lame and corny, but got better with each passing season, with the final season, The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, being hands-down the best (unless you're counting each season as a different series, in which case, yeah, Superfriends doesn't hold up).

As for my answer, I'm not terribly fond of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon nowadays, despite enjoying it as a kid. I mean, the first season (which was only five episodes) was actually pretty good, I'll admit, but it went downhill pretty fast. I guess that, as a fan of the original TMNT comics, I'm more partial to adaptations that are more faithful to it, like the 1990 movie and 2003 cartoon.
But even then, it's still full of internal continuity errors, hackneyed plots, lame attempts at humor, and just plain bad writing. It's just...not good, man.
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Result in thread: Whose Line is it Anyway?
25th Jan 2020, 7:10 AM #20
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I bought the "Best of" DVD a while back, and I'm loving it, though I wish it was longer than just two discs. Might have to start buying the season sets.

Anyways, while I prefer, in general, the games of "Sound Effects" where Ryan is providing the sounds for Colin (there's just something charming about the lack of dialogue that makes it work for me), my favorite one is still one where the audience members do it. The interpretation of the "BANG" at the end is hilarious.

I can't find a full clip of it on YouTube, but the infamous game of "Improbable Mission" involving cleaning the Emir of Groovefunkistan's burnous is a classic.
"We need some kind of detergent...the cat!"

My favorite "Three-Headed Broadway Star" game is probably "You Are My Butterstick".

"News Flash" was *always* great, especially this one...
"It all started with a badly-timed bald joke!"

Danny McLimmon:
Hollywood Director - Zorro

This was probably the only time Colin tried something different with the director character in this game, and the scene was hilarious too.


God, Wayne as Zorro in the background during the "perfect dark" gets me every single time...
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