Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Wednesday February 25th

The comic:



I loves me some RhinoMan, but damn, did not need this image.

At any time, in any frame of mind.

Why is shoeless, when we've seen female Pluggers in blobby tennis shoes all the damn time? Why not draw his feet, eh?

And that is one rotten drawing - if the drawstrings couldn't be drawn because he's too fat (because he's a Plugger, duh!), there wouldn't be so much left over!

His drawstrings may not be drawn, but his expression certainly his. (Drawn is another way of saying depressed, right?) He's gonna feel the economic problems ahead of his Plugger brethren, I mean, this year. He looks beyond tired. Don't drink the rat poison!

6 comments:

xy said...

why does he have fire in a cup?

Marion Delgado said...

I think Rhinoman better drink the rat poison. You gotta be cruel to be kind here.

Oh, wait, Rhinoman. Why not cast one last, despairing look at the corner of your one-room apartment where you USED to have that 11-inch black and white portable TV to watch the game on.

I think anyone as fat as you is going to have a hard time finding a packing crate to live in after the sherrif comes today, Rhinoman old buddy.

You know, rats don't squeak all THAT much after they eat the D-con. Not all that much.

Kaitlyn's not really your friend, Rhinoman. I'm your friend. I'll tell it to you straight. That little pain in your side? Cancer.

Marion Delgado said...

PS I like your various (evil mis)uses of the word drawn. I wonder if that's subconscious stuff on Brooking's part?

K.T. said...

Looks like a tree is growing out of his mug. Which is actually kind of cool-sounding... and zen... I guess. No, never mind.

I made a comic-making-fun-of blog. I'm so ashamed.

http://highonlois.wordpress.com

My second-least favorite comic.

If you could add me to your blogroll, Kaitlyn, I'd be ever so grateful... (puppy-doggy-ness)

Kaitlyn said...

KT - consider yourself added.

Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Pluggers hate it when they run out of toilet paper.

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The comic is reproduced here for purposes of review only, and all rights remain with the creator, Gary Brookins.