New shirt at Sharksplode! George R. R. You Done Yet? It’s nearly winter!
A helicopter crash? That’s it? That’s what Eli has been nonstop drank-facing about for weeks? Sounds like somebody can’t hold his horrific near death traumas. Oh, does baby need a toxic level of alcohol in his system to repress the memories of falling from the sky in a 10 ton exploding murder cage with multiple rotating death blades? Here, baby. Let me put that booze in an itty-witty bottle for baby. Baby. Dumb, stupid baby had himself a psychotic break. Dumb baby.
Things for you to know about, look at and do:
The first HE iBook/eBook type thing is nearly done. Just adding in the extras and writing up the intro. You can see the cover and get more info here.
The FB FB’s (Facebooked Fancy Bastards) seem to be enjoying the HE Fancy Bastard Facebook Group. Come join us for nerdy discussions without all that Internet meanness and pointless arguing.
I’ve been reposting all of the previously locked content from The HijiNKS ENSUE Vault over in my Tumblr under “The Vault Redux.”
Fans of The Experiment: My wife and I are embarking upon a second experiment. She is starting a photo restoration and photo retouching business. You can see her website HERE. Please feel free to pass her URL along to anyone you know that might need damaged photo repair, cosmetic touch ups in photos, removing someone from a photo, adding someone to a photo, color correcting a picture, black and white / color effects or photo colorization, or just general Photoshop image manipulation.
COMMENTERS: The title for this comic comes from one of my favorite episodes of Star Trek: TNG called “Darmok” about a species that speaks only in colloquial metaphor based on knowledge of their shared history and mythology. Assume some great cataclysm befalls humanity and in 500 years we’re all speaking metaphorese based on geek pop culture. Please come up with some common phrases and their translation or usage. For example: “The Dude, his rug pissed on,” to convey a feeling of indignation or injustice. Or “Bill and Ted at the battle of the bands,” to convey a most triumphant, non-heinous moment of… triumph (meeeedly meeeedly squeeeedly reeewwwrrrr!). Bonus points if you can come up with an entire conversation without explaining it.