#213: The Pizza Incident?!
Friday, January 29, 2016
While Monty seems to have found something interesting in the living room, Chandler has his own problems in the kitchen. Even in the year 2067, neither ovens nor frozen pizza seem to have become foolproof. Not that Chandler is a fool, but still...
We listened to Dream Theater's brand new epic rock opera "The Astonishing" which came out today, before and during the creation of this comic, repeatedly. A dystopian science fiction story set in the year 2285, and it reminds you of The Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and the like. It is truly cinematic, and if you have the chance, you should catch one of the upcoming live shows in which they will perform this masterpiece in its entirety. We certainly will. The band is at the very top of their creativity, James LaBrie effortlessly assumes the roles of seven different characters, and the musical craftsmanship is beyond any doubt. Musically, "The Astonishing" is quite reminiscent of their earlier albums like "Scenes From A Memory" or "Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence." We really have nothing but love and admiration for this band, and the release of this album certainly adds a new chapter to their already impressive body of progressive musical work.
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T35-M-X [off-screen]: Welcome, guests!
T35-M-X: I am T35-M-X, Chandler's personal vacuuming unit. I hope you like our living room. I have done my best to keep it presentable.
Monty Fallout: Wow!
Dr. Mysterious: The furniture in this room is indeed quite nice.
Terry Boldface: Yeah, I like it as well, doctor!
Chandler [in the kitchen, where the pizza has become charcoal]: Uhm, guys?! I might need a little help here!
Blog and social media pages
Friday, February 5, 2016
Since our return in November 2015, we've massively expanded our presence in social media. Even though all of them have their links on every page, here's the complete list:
Our own blog
If you like our little comic, feel free to like or follow us in the social media networks you're members of, and use their sharing mechanisms to spread the word. Our eternal gratitude will be yours if you do.
Using these channels, you can also communicate with us, ask questions, or even try and make suggestions. We won't promise to listen to the latter, but are always glad to hear your opinions about our work. Even the critical ones, as long as they're more constructive and more eloquently worded than "you suck."
We deliberately left out Instagram since they're too hipster to allow access from a computer and require a mobile device. We create and publish this comic using a MacBook Pro, and I'm not too fond of switching devices just for one social network (I know there are unofficial workarounds, but never mind these).