My end of the year round-up of the last eight month’s worth of bun toons continues. I’m an unstoppable juggernaut, and you’re in my sights, web surfers, so get up on the motherboards and RIDE!
Everett Mann seemed to be a hit with you readers. From the reaction they got, I shall certainly be returning to this character. Perhaps something in a adult themed dance-drama, or a weird science fiction opera. One never knows…Until then, here are the first two appearances of…
The LAST ROUND-UP series of webcomics were my first attempt at recurring characters in the opening few months of the Bun Toons series. I did six of these in total, and might force them on the public again in 2011, but as there were no swear words, blasphemies, or nudity in these comics, they never caught fire with the good-natured pervs that essentially run the internet. No matter how much I loved Space Cows… Here’s one of my favorite chapters, if not yours.
They escaped in Chapter 5, by the way, but were sent adrift into space in Chapter 6.
See you tomorrow for more of the countdown!
Ty the Guy OUT!
Here now, your end of the year countdown moment of comic book zen:
This ultra-rare misprint of Mad #507 was discovered recently in a comic shop in New York City. Every page was printed up-side-down, and the staples were inserted into the wrong side of the magazine! Astounding, but true…and I’ve heard there are other misprints exactly like this one out there in stores RIGHT NOW. You MUST hurry to buy this special mis-printed version of the year-end issue of MAD…or you’ll be covered in fanboy shame.
Was not the Jane Austen installment from some time right around All Hallow’s Eve?
Should have been…
Steven G. Willis
Mr. Templeton, I’m completely IN LOVE with Everett Mann’s first strip. That last panel is pure perfection, sir.
I Will have to visit again when my course load lets up – nevertheless I am getting your Feed so i can read your internet site offline. Cheers.
Glad to have you, erotyka. Anyone named after a billion dollar industry, can’t be all bad.