Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Going Rogue

So "Going Rogue" came out today. Basically Sarah Palin is going to make millions off of a book she wrote in like, half a year.
I've read a few excerpts and have investigated the table of contents and the index, which actually told me a lot about the book.  The quoted passage is actually from the book.  You might think the ellipses are to edit out the good parts and make her look bad, but in reality, the whole thing is bad. I merely edited out the part that wasn't as hilariously awful.
And yes, Sarah is dressed as Morrigan. I personally don't really care who thinks she's attractive or not; the point is that she's a succubus sent from hell to annihilate the English language (amongst other things).

Friday, November 13, 2009

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Let the Centipede-Apocalypse Begin

Breaking News! The centipede chronicles, titled "In Our Darkest Nightmares," will be produced in full color!

Online Release Date for the first strip: Friday, November 13.
Print Release Date: Monday, November 16.

Aren't you glad you read online?

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

83. The Consequences Are Dire

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Ka Leo News: The Return of the Sh@t

Any of you who have been familiar with Ka Leo over the past two semesters will remember the work of Toby Idian.  Dirty, simple, devious and hilarious, his little "cyanide and happiness" reminiscent stick figure buffoons make a comeback this Thursday in the Comics section.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Holy, sweet, golly moses! It's hyphens, Batman!

If you like centipedes or centipede-related shenanigans, or great discounts on centipedal toys, hats, shirts and negative-polarity, graviton death-rays, or just some good old-fashioned centipede in the face and / or brain-stem, November will be a great month for you.


You'll love it. Read everyday. Even when the blog isn't updated. You read that shit again and again until it is. 

Thursday, November 5, 2009

81. The Homecoming Strip

80. Dividing By Not Zero

Spoof on fellow Ka Leo comicker Justin Koelkebeck's strip called "Dividing By Zero" in which numerous rational impossibilities take place.  Obviously, Roman's can't divide by zero as they have no numerical representation of the concept of nothing i.e. there is no zero in roman numerals :D