Living On The Edge Bun Toons! YAY!

Making Webcomics and saving lives since 2009

Making Webcomics and saving lives since 2010

Sometimes life presents you with a moment of greatness, and there is no choice but to step up and do the right thing.  Today’s Bun Toon is a shocking but true story of one such moment…and how your humble bunny blogger acted.

Try not to admire me too much.

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Okay, part of that isn’t true.

I warned Claremont about the bus.  It’s not my fault he ignored me.

There were many other moments ALMOST as wonderful last weekend, and I think I’ve lost my wife to George Perez.  If only the convention organizers hadn’t misspelled my name on my table (they spelled it “H-E-R-B  T-R-I-M-P-E”) the weekend would have been perfect.

Ty the Guy OUT!

Besides working together to create a moment of shame and remorse at my interview panel, Claremont and Grell have teamed up one other time.

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If I didn’t think it would ruin someone else’s special moment, I’d go pick this issue up!

Oh, and now that I know that my fellow Quantum and Woody artist, Tom Fowler, reads this webcomic, I`m going to drop his name, just to tickle his ego.

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For last week's unusual Bun Toon, click on the Rabbit Eared Neil Gaiman above

For last week’s unusual Bun Toon, click on the Rabbit Eared Neil Gaiman above

For the Bun Toon Archive, which almost never mentions Neil Gaiman, click the correct logo above

For the Bun Toon Archive, which almost never mentions Neil Gaiman, click the correct logo above

7 responses to “Living On The Edge Bun Toons! YAY!

  1. When you told this story in class the other night, my brain stalled at the idea that Mike Grell is 65. Once you said it, I realized that I first encountered him buying Legion of Super-Heroes comics when I was a kid and that was, uh, a long time ago. It’s weird how one’s internal sense of how old one’s heroes are is so very out of synch with reality.

    • I’m happy for how many of the comic book creators of my youth are still with us. We’ve lost so many lately, that it’s nice to remember that Grell, and Claremont and Adams and O’Neil and Stan Lee and Roy Thomas and Steve Ditko are still kicking around.

  2. Dang, kept your perfect record intact of no blood or guts so far one any of your “On the Couch” interviews. Tis a shame…

    Cheers!

    Steven Willis
    XOWComics.com

  3. This is pretty good, but it was better live.

    • This is one of those rare times that I can shout “Can I get a witness?”, and be provided with one.

  4. Paul the Curmudgeon

    Well, Geez, he coulda given you a quiet heads-up that he was going to do that. What did he think you were going to do, stand by and watch him break his neck?

  5. ego tickled.

    (jerk).

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