Tag Archives: Chris Claremont

I am in Ottawa Bun Toon…

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….And cannot come to the web.

Last weekend I was in Regina, Saskatchewan, and this weekend I’m in Ottawa, Ontario/Quebec for another convention.  Canada  has conventions TOO!

Here’s what happened to me the LAST time I went up to Ottawa for the weekend.


That last part is a fib.  I did, in fact, yell a warning at Chris Claremont about the bus.  I felt it was my civic duty.  It’s not my fault he ignored me.

Ty the Guy OUT!

Next week, after two conventions in a row absent from this desk, I will return to the Bun Toon LIVE show, with new adventures, fun stories, recipes, puzzles for the kids and advice for the lovelorn.

I give and I give.  And what do I get for it?

Fame and fortune, I suppose.

Bun Toon #3 for 2013! YAY!

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We’re into the medal rounds now, former babies!  Bronze for EVERYONE!

Towards the middle of the summer, there was a bit of a kerfuffle about whether or not DC Comics wanted to let Batwoman get married.  The writers wanted her to, the editors didn’t…and when you add to the mix that Batmwoman was all lady-gay, and planning to marry a lady-gay Gotham City Cop, the story got all controversial-like.

Since DC Comics didn’t plan to publish the wedding issue… I had to step in.


Apparently, there was some kerfuffle about Ben Affleck as well.  Who can keep track of the internet’s Bat-Kerfuffles?  At least I’m here to solve everyone’s problems, and that’s what magical bunnies are for.


Our third LEAST popular Bun Toon was one I ran just a couple of weeks ago.  Ignore it again, I dare you!

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If you’re keeping score, that’s the SECOND time a holiday themed Bun Toon has spiked the big enchilada in the last twelve months. (Easter didn’t work either.)  Failure used to be restricted to the continuing story of The Contessa Von Shoenfeld, or True Dentistry Stories, but this year, I couldn’t scare up an audience on the vacation days.    Perhaps family truly IS more important than snarky interenet rabbits.


Since this finishing-nearly-last X-Mas Bun Toon was a re-run from JUST last week for Buddha’s sake, I’m re-running my personal favorite BUN TOON from the Summer, simply because it’s my fave, and it  didn’t make the top five (just barely).  So I get to do it again in this year end retrospective because…well.



Mike emailed me a couple of days after this ran to thank me for “saving his life”, even if it ruined his big finish.

See you tomorrow for the ALMOST most popular Bun Toon and the REALLY NOT VERY popular Bun Toons at….NUMBER TWO!!

Ty the Guy OUT! 


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.


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.


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