by Brian Fies An Eisner Award-nominated work in progress. Updated Tuesday and Friday. Starts HERE.
I laughed entirely too hard at the "TING TING TING" panel.
Thanks! Robots deserve good customer service, too.
Dunno where this is going, but I laffed. Either keep it up or knock it off. I'd vote for "keep it up."
I understand something now, that has baffled me forever! When we stand by the elevator, or at the corner of the traffic intersection, and push the button over and over and over ... it's not that we don't know that the action is futile. No! We are simply channeling our own inner fearsome weapon of mass destruction the only way we can. Thank you for this compassionate insight.Now I will post this. Huh? It's not transmitting. Dammit! The internet must be broken. Maybe if I hit the "enter" key over and over and over...
Mike, *something* gets knocked off on Friday. Thanks for the laff!Richard, I think the elevator and pedestrian crossing buttons operate on the same stimulus/reward philosophy as slot machines. They seem to reward you just often enough to keep you hooked. For all our sakes, please keep your weapon leashed.
OMG I think panel 5 was even funnier than the ting ting ting. I love how his boot-toe chin mirrors the shape of his "boobs."