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16th Jan 2010, 12:28 AM

Antihero

apologies all round

Sorry i missed posting a comic on Friday, guys. Monday, I promise. And if you're reeeeaaaaalllly good I might get around to putting up two of them...

14th Jan 2010, 12:48 AM

Antihero

PVS (Post-Viewing Syndrome)

Apparently people have been feeling depressed after watching Avatar because... get this... they can't visit Pandora...

This is not a joke... people have been feeling depressed, even suicidal after watching the movie because "they loved the planet Pandora and want to stay there." I mean, come on people... I don't go out feeling paranoid after watching slasher movies bacause I think there might be a serial killer after me, or check under my bed after watching Where the Wild Things Are. THIS IS NOT NORMAL!!!

That is all...

Oh, and here is the news article about it if you still don't believe me.

13th Jan 2010, 12:06 AM

Antihero

Nerds vs Geeks vs Dorks

(In reference to the Authors comment for todays comic)

So anyway, just after going to the movies yesterday (The one I was coerced into going to see if you remember) Stacey, Hayden and I were having this conversation about what the difference between Dorks, Geeks and Nerds was. This is what we came up with;

Nerds: More maths and general smartness related. Stereotypically brainy, etc.

Geeks: There are many types of Geeks. Computer Geeks, Gamers and Comic/Movie/TV Geeks generally cover all of the bases.

Dorks: Clumsy, awkward people, generally shy or simply socially impaired.

 

Hayden is classed as both a Nerd and a Geek (either a Gerd or a Neek), though mainly he's nerdy (sorry, Hayden, but it's true) and personally I would be classed as a Geek (movies, war-gaming, I have a webcomic, for cryin' out loud!).

That is all. You may go now.

12th Jan 2010, 12:00 AM

Antihero

Cruel and Unusual

So, Hayden and Stacey dragged me off to see The Princess and the Frog today (hence the dragging). My excuse is that I was outvoted 3 to 1 (I wanted to see Sherlock Holmes and Stacey already had plans to see it with her sister) and that I was lured in with the promise of sweet, buttery popcorn, rasberry Fanta, and chocolates.

All in all the movie wasn't too bad, though you can tell where Disney've poached fromother movies; observe: It had a) the bad guy from Anastasia; b) The character interaction animation from Mulan; c) The crocodile/aligator from Peter Pan; d) a song very similar to "I wanna be like you" from The Jungle Book; and e) The same/similar character art to the people in Lilo and Stitch. Also, it had some very strange scenes which I swear are not suitable for small children. Every ten minutes or so I thought; "Yeah, that's REALLY not gonna scare small children, is it?" However, it's not too bad, I suppose, so if you're like me and get bribed or gang-pressed into going to see that movie, you shouldn't be too bored...

10th Jan 2010, 7:04 PM

Antihero

BLARG!

No comic today, sorry... my computer went all "NARG! VIRUS ON YOU!" so now I have to reinstall everything on my computer... hopefully I'll be back on wednesday with a new comic... If I get time, I'll try to get two comics done and put them up then...

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