Well, yesterday being Thanksgiving, I managed to forget to update the comic. But it's there now. I guess I'm sort of lucky it's not a Thanksgiving-themed comic, since I forgot to update it. Instead, you get that rascally The Paul! *shakes fist vigorously*
November 21, 2005
Blame Warcraft. At least the comics are coming out regularly. Oh, that darned The Paul! I must say he provides a nice "devious" counter to George. I should use him more regularly. Expect to see a characters page of him in the near future!
In other news, I went to see the new Harry Potter movie last night and it was terrific. They just keep getting better and better. I was never into Harry Potter until very recently when a friend told me to catch up on them before the new movie came out so we could go see it together. And she was right, they are enjoyable indeed, overall...I thought the first one was by far the weakest, which is actually kind of odd because usually movies like this get weaker as they go down the line. Not so in the case of Harry Potter. Definitely worth the price of admission.
Posted by John Norton at 10:12 AM
November 10, 2005
I've only updated the blog like three times in the past three weeks, and for that, I apologize. I blame World of Warcraft. A friend of mine got me playing it, curse his hide! Now I'm enraptured with it. It's grabbed ahold of me like the One Ring and I'm afraid it's not going to let me go anytime soon. Don't worry though, I'll still manage to crank out the comics ;)
Man, what with Coach Demurson trying to sell the team's softball trophy, and Chiwawa put up for bids by none other than George, it makes you wonder nothing is sacred in the town of Perkton, California! Makes me wonder that, anyway. I'm sure, though, that Chiwawa will not be going home with a leather-clad biker. The softball trophy, however...well, it could be going to someone far more dubious, if he has his way.
Posted by John Norton at 7:59 AM
November 3, 2005
I was doing tech support at a business conference in a downtown hotel from very early this morning until the early afternoon, which is why you're treated to this George comic several hours later than usual. For this, I apologize. Actually, my presence wasn't even required at the conference after about 8:00 a.m., but I hung around just in case (and for the free lunch, but whatever). I can totally see Greg getting caught up in doing that sort of thing...perhaps at a cartoonists' convention? Hrrmmm...
Posted by John Norton at 2:58 PM