Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Today's strip: Childrens's classics


The song is sung to the tune of "Row, row, row your boat". If you sing this at work, you will most likely be fired. This warning hereby absolves me of any responsibility.

15 comments:

Smook said...

These are hilarious! Thanks for sharing them!

countfunkula1 said...

Such filth. Such horrod horrid filth. This strip is offensive. You will burn in hell.

Steve said...

John, these are so freakin' awesome, keep em coming =]

Happy Hans said...

what kind of cartoonist posts at
5 am????

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

Thanks guys!!!
Hans..I am an anomoly in the cartooning world: a cartooninst who gets up reeeeeally early in the morning and does his best work before lunch.
Go figure.

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Thanks a lot for your comment on my Blog.
I like your characters! Very funny and charming!
Bravo!

kcirbuk said...

Veri cool characters!
Great blog!!
Cherrs
-Kcirbuk

Skribbl said...

It mighta helped if you put some notes by the balloons where they were actually singing. I was lost a bit when I first read it but figgured it out.

Otherwise KICK ASS!!

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

Ahhhh, yes. Good note skribbl. I wish I'd thought of that.

rickart said...

Your strips remind me of the good ol' days of National Lampoon, when it was just a little magazine. At that time they had a portion of the mag called the Funnies Page with a number of different strips. Those strips were outragious, offensive and subversive. It's very fun to see such cute, traditional characters doing such raw material! Keep up the great work!

Skribbl said...

OMG Rickart! That's where I saw my first nastyness! In the corners of the issue I saw there was a flippable scene (which was animated well btw) and this stripper was dancing and she squatted on the stage and just as she it the bottom, some guy pulled out a vial and she plopped down on it!!. Squash and stretch yo! It was rubber hosey and I loved it!

martin wittig said...

Very Cooooool!
martin
http://martinwittig.blogspot.com/

Daniel C. said...

You're a funny guy phloo...

PS, i loved your quote (*wink)

countfunkula1 said...

Anyone remember "Politeness Man" from Lampoon?

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

I gotta get a hold of some old Lampoons. My parents would barely allow me to by Mad magazine, let alone National Lampoon. I was the only kid in the neighborhood who had to hide his Mads under the mattress like they were porn!