The Christmas season is an odd one. I should have more time to get comics done since I get over a week off from my job, and...well, okay, I do have more time to get comics done, but...I haven't been getting them done! It's an anomaly. OK, maybe it's not. I've been so relaxed and comfortable in my cozy den without having to worry about waking up and going to work that I've sort of let all of my responsibilities slide this week. And I have to watch my newly-received Seinfeld DVD box set! But anyway, I'm working on a new comic right now and with any luck I'll have a new one ready to go on Monday afternoon as well. Then my vacation's over and I expect things to be straightened out again with the incoming of 2006. Time for new year's resolutions and a clean slate! ...And a week later, time for broken resolutions and a positively filthy slate.
December 15, 2005
If I had timed it better, the 100th George comic would have been an awesome spectacle of epic proportions, rather than the simple end to the "The Paul" storyline. But I couldn't bear to interrupt the storyline when it was so close to being wrapped up. But never you mind, child, because I'm sure George Comic #101 will have some special meaning and message behind it to make up for today's loss. Either that, or a joke at the expense of Sirloin! Har!
Posted by John Norton at 11:17 AM
December 8, 2005
Things just keep getting worse and worse for George and "The Gang," as I like to refer to them as...gee, I hope nobody else has ever used that for anything.
George Comic #100 will be here in one mere week, and...quite honestly I don't really have anything planned. Maybe on the day of its release, I'll oven-cook my fish sticks instead of microwaving them. But I dunno, something like that...should be reserved for something more important, like one's wedding day. But what the hey, there's only gonna be one George #100, so I guess I better cook something up besides fish sticks...
I got it. Popcorn shrimp.
Posted by John Norton at 9:48 AM