The 'Rosity Comic Strip - 12-04-06
December 4, 2006 10:14 pm
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"You realize, of course, that one can indeed compare apples and oranges. Apples tend to be red, while oranges are, well, orange. There. I compared them. Now that I have destroyed your faith in an old clich snap out of your depression by checking out the Renderosity Comics Page."
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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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.
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.