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Motel California, Pt. 2

#218: Motel California, Pt. 2

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Once again, Jerry and Spacebot spend the night at the Cozy Sleep Motel. The receptionist almost can't believe her eyes: Jerry was born in 1988, which means that by his driving license, he's 79 years old.

While drawing this one, we listened to the album "A Night At The Opera" by Queen. It's the one that contains the famous "Bohemian Rhapsody," and one could argue that it's among their most progressive records. It also features other well-known tracks like "You're My Best Friend" and less famous tracks such as "The Prophet's Song." Both of them are pretty awesome, though. ANATO ends with Queen's own rendition of "God Save The Queen," a moment that feels both epic and somewhat melancholic at the same time. With so many legendary classics to offer, you always keep forgetting how great Queen's lesser known songs were.

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Just don't wet the sheets, Jerry -- you couldn't afford it.

Tags: Jerry & Spacebot; Time Travel

Characters: Fallout, Jerry; Receptionist at the "Cozy Sleep Motel" in 2067; Spacebot 4000


Spacebot 4000: We'd like a room, please!
Jerry Fallout: Our friends will pay for us tomorrow!

Receptionist: In this case I would need some kind of identity document, sir.
Jerry [handing her his driving license]: Here you are.
Receptionist: Thank y... hm... even my dad looks older, and he's only 64!

Jerry: Aw man, I'm tired. And still hungry and thirsty.

Jerry: And I also need to go to the bathroom. But I'm way too tired to get up again. G'night.


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).

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