Thursday, October 21, 2010

In Memoriam

Today, much to my dismay, our little group was broken up. Matt Braly and Javier Recio Gracia have been my office mates for the last three months, and today we were all moved to separate offices on campus. This comic is a memorial of a real life event that happened a few weeks ago...only replace "timebomb" with "recently laundered underwear."

True story.

13 comments:

nate v said...

compelling stuff. :)

Scott C. Gwynn said...

Great fun and I love the last line. It is very hard to clean up when it dries.

Michael Mercer said...

I like this one way better than the wingless bat. Thanks!!! Made me smile big! Love your cartoons as always.

Javi Recio said...

OOOhhhh...
you'd see tears in my eyes...but i lost that capacity during a bull figthing in Spain moons ago..
Honey monkeys!!!

M.R. Weaver said...

Anthony you draw yourself as goofy as you are in real life. It makes me laugh.
:3

Claire Gordon said...

Anthony, I love these drawings. So much.

Madeline Kaye said...

I am both confused and amused...and oatmeal is seriously like cement!

Aaron Ludwig said...

Sniff... sniff... so touching.
Your comics make me happy.

Jeff C said...

Haha. So I was looking at some of the comics you drew in Japan recently. This reminds me of them.

So great!

Kory Lynn Hubbell said...

I am always getting written up for taking time bombs to work. I just can't help myself.

Jon Davis said...

This is brilliantly drawn, really lively and expressive. Great fun to read :)

Jared Scott Greenleaf said...

How long did it take you to do this? (brilliant, bytheway).

Joe Bluhm said...

I really dig this stuff. :)

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