The 'Rosity Comic Strip - 12-04-06

December 4, 2006 10:14 pm

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Tunnelrunners by JamesRoden [James Roden]


continued next week ...

The Catpack by anniemation [Janet Lynne]


The Mousecapades - At The Toy Shoppe by coa


Echos From A Fractured Mind by BtaraKtahn [Anna Elkins]


Wren Derosity - Too Good To Be True by sparkyjones


The Smiley Faces from Outer Space by edhoover


Kuntry Life - by Nyghtwolf [Kevin Luce]


FoToonZ by Gordon_S [Gordon Syerson]


Frog Tales by frogdot


The Little Wizard by VM Delor


Non-Canonical by AnteriorLobe


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December 4, 2006

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BtaraKtahn ( posted at 12:00AM Tue, 05 December 2006

Phil the Robotic Tuna brings humor (at last) to the 'Rosity Comic Strip! Yay!

vilian ( posted at 12:00AM Tue, 05 December 2006

Poor poor paladin - another great RPG experience ! Love the play on words too, both with the FoToonZ and Kuntry Life. Good job ladies and gentlemen :-)

enigma-man ( posted at 12:00AM Tue, 05 December 2006

Quite a selection of different styles. There's something for everyone. From Sci-Fi to drama and humour, it's all here. You can get a first-aid tip in case one gets hit by lightning...even a Robo-Tuna telling jokes !

ziggie ( posted at 12:00AM Tue, 05 December 2006

I particularly like... The Mousecapades - At The Toy Shoppe by coa... I can appreciate how much work must have gone into that render. Just love all the lil mousies queueing up to see St. Nicholmouse.

LillianH ( posted at 12:00AM Tue, 05 December 2006

LOL! Oh my, these are fantastic. The mice are so cute. The tuna is a hoot. The plays on words are delightful, the social observations thoughtfully pointed! Must resume staring intently at the wall now ;-)

AnteriorLobe ( posted at 12:00AM Tue, 05 December 2006

Thank you all for the nice comments about Phil the Robotic Tuna! At the moment Phil is slated to return in January for a short series of shocking, thrill-packed adventures, of incredible hilarity! Or at least a couple comics that are mildly humorous. (I hope.) Also, thank you for not pointing out the glaring error in Panel 6 -- they should be getting a Sumerian-English dictionary, not the other way around. I apologize for any distress caused by this terrible, terrible mistake. The cuneiform is, however, Sumerian, and not, say Akkadian or Babylonian. I felt this was essential or else the entire joke would be ruined. A robotic tuna, sumerian cuneiform...yes, yes, I know. I will be upping the dose of my medications now.

BtaraKtahn ( posted at 12:00AM Wed, 06 December 2006

enigma-man, that's not just lightning... it's the dreaded "Blue Bolt!" which Dungeon Masters use on players from time to time when they do something incredibly STUPID! has had many a Blue Bolt dropped on her characters, before...

Burpee ( posted at 12:00AM Thu, 07 December 2006

Another great round of comics! Love the talking tuna and I have to get a pair of shoes like Babe is wearing ;) Hope wren finds her man and looks like our tunnelrunner has. I don my aluminum foil hat to ward off blue lighting bolts and applaud you all.

DramaKing ( posted at 12:00AM Thu, 07 December 2006

Ha ha! Non-Canonical is great (laughs)! Usually.

volante8 ( posted at 12:00AM Thu, 07 December 2006

echos from a fractured mind = gold

AnteriorLobe ( posted at 12:00AM Fri, 08 December 2006

Thanks, Burpee and DramaKing! I think my comic is getting better (better than what?), although it's hard for me to tell.

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