Comics tagged "Songs Illustrated"
|#200||Happy Anniversary With 199 Comics!||Here it is! One of the largest EBC strips to date. Photoshop automation and some Python scripting helped making the giant wall of comics (EBC #1 through #199), while our heroes were added by traditional digital drawing.
Please be patient, it may take a while to load.
200 strips are done, so let's raise our glasses for the next 200.
See you tomorrow!
|Fallout, Jerry; Spacebot 4000|
|#184||Songs Illustrated: Sweet Child O' Mine||or: a child with a sweet in a mine||G 'N R Child|
|#172||Songs Illustrated: My Honey Is A Centerfold||"Songs Illustrated" shows what song titles "really" mean. Today: "My Honey Is A Centerfold" by the J. Geils Band.|
|#162||Songs Illustrated: Battery||"Songs Illustrated" shows what song titles "really" mean. Today: "Battery" by Metallica who just celebrated the second of their four anniversary shows in San Francisco with tons of live premieres and guest stars -- keep rockin', guys!
I'm a bit sick at the moment, so I had to hit bed early last night. The rest of the strips for this week will follow irregularly until Saturday.
|#122||Songs Illustrated: Englishman in New York||Englishman is from the comic I started during our first attempt of a 24-hour-comic contest back in May. I haven't finished that comic yet, but I still intend to do so, and then I'll upload it here, of course.
Two days after the tenth anniversary of the tragic events, this one is dedicated to the real heroes of 9/11, the firemen, police officers, and other brave people who gave or risked their lives to save as many others as they could.
As for "Songs Illustrated," there are not so many real repdigits any more after #111. So I'll throw in a "Songs Illustrated" whenever I feel like it. Well, today, I did feel like it. Ancient Rome will resume tomorrow.
|#111||Songs Illustrated: Drenk Doch Eine Met!||"Drenk doch eine met!" ("Have a drink with us!") is a well-known carnival song from my home town Cologne, Germany, by the Bläck Fööss (the "Bare Feet", a band making songs in the local dialect). Kölsch is both the name of the dialect and the beer. The latter was even praised by the New York Times recently.
All the tourists enjoying their Kölsch are from this Other Stuff doodle, and they were also featured in the anniversary EBC #100.
The real Kölsch brand name can be found in the New York Times article; it's one of my favorites that I highly recommend.
|#99||Songs Illustrated: Rockstar||"Songs Illustrated" shows what song titles "really" mean. Today: "Rockstar" by Nickelback. Within the comic, it's spelled "Rock Star" because he's a Rockin' Star!
Tomorrow's comic is the anniversary strip #100! There's a bit more work involved than usually, so don't expect it to be up before Friday night or even Saturday morning.
|#88||Songs Illustrated: Fight Fire With Fire||"Songs Illustrated" shows what song titles "really" mean. Today: "Fight Fire With Fire" by Metallica, my favorite band.||Fireman|
|#77||Songs Illustrated: Can I Play With Madness?||Songs Illustrated shows what song titles "really" mean. Today: "Can I Play With Madness?" by Iron Maiden. Comic #77 is the ideal choice for this one because its from the album "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son."||Andy; Madness Monsterburg; Mrs Monsterberg|
|#66||Songs Illustrated: Highway to Hell||"Songs Illustrated" explains what song titles "really" mean. Today: AC/DC's timeless classic "Highway to Hell." The comic is derived from a photo I took five years ago.
Tomorrow, we'll see what our time travelers are up to.
|Rider on the Highway to Hell|
|#55||Songs Illustrated: Baby, You Can Drive My Car||"Songs Illustrated" explains what song titles "really" mean. Today: "Baby, You Can Drive My Car" by the mighty Beatles.||Driver Baby|
|#44||Songs Illustrated: Stairway To Heaven||"Songs Illustrated" explains what songs "really" mean. Today: "Stairway to Heaven" by the great Led Zeppelin.||User of the Stairway to Heaven|
|#33||Songs Illustrated: It's Raining Men||If Annabel is so happy about this kind of weather, why is she using an umbrella?||Curlhead; Fat Zap; Pimple Faced Teen; Sunshine, Annabel; Thompson, Jack|
|#22||Songs Illustrated: Hippie Hippie Shake||"Songs Illustrated" shows what song titles "really" mean. This time: "Hippie Hippie Shake."||Evil Hippie Shaker, The; Hippie|