It’s still a hectic, busy weekend at FanExpo, Canada’s largest Comic Convention- and that means I haven’t the time to colour this episode of Bun Toons. But trust me, you don’t want to see it in colour in the first place. It’s unpleasant enough as it is.
Okay, I lied. If I’d coloured it, it would have given away the punch line, but wasn’t it more fun to be lied to?
I’m at the convention as you’re reading this, so I’ll see you after you’re done. Get on down here and join the fun. And BTW: I DID get to meet Martin Landau (my secret father) yesterday, and had a very pleasant conversation with him. Far more pleasant than the one my wife and I had with Robert Englund (Freddie Kruger). More on that later…
Ty the Guy OUT!
Here now, your BONUS RED SKULL COSPLAY MOMENT:
Go ahead. Urinate next to this guy, and DON’T look over. I dare you. And to answer all your horrible questions…it wasn’t all red, but it did look circumcised, which I wasn’t expecting from the Skull.
So did the Red Skull wash his hands?
Skull is CUT!
Ha! Perfect set-up and payoff! Nicely done. I honestly didn’t see that one coming. (I’m also distracted at the moment, pondering whether or not to murder my wife, who seems no longer capable of hearing or responding to her morning alarms.)
I think the 1990 Captain America movie counts as cosplay, actually.
So, if the Red Skull is “cut”, maybe that explains why he went against his “boss” so often to achieve his own ends…
Oh, I genuinely LOL’d at this one, thank you SO much, Mr. Templeton!
And “Thank God it’s the Red Skull” may have just become my new mantra.
You’ll never know who, you’ll see, next to you pee.. spongy thing wiped out not bad by any degree.
Pshaw, that’s nothing. I know you’ve been interviewed while at a urinal at the San Diego Comic-Con.
How do I know this? I have audio.
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I really admire your talent, Ty. You come up with these comics and in just one page you always create a gem.
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