For various stupid reasons, I wrote the Wednesday and Friday strips for my brother Bobby's poker comic +EV. That's why they're extra crazy, and one involves the Wii and Ben Affleck. If you wanna check 'em out, go for it!
(I also write and draw a comic called SUPEROSITY, if you wanna check that out. I don't mention that too often here, so you might not have heard of it. There are 2,825 strips for you to read. No better way to spend the day after Thanksgiving! And possibly many days or weeks or months after that, depending on how fast you can read.)
November 21, 2006
Cosmo Kramer tries his hand at stand-up comedy
Posted By Chris Crosby at 6:39 PM
I bet Kenny Kramer is feeling pretty depressed right now. He must be real sick of reality.
November 20, 2006
It's smart to advertise a product that won't be available for 78 years.
Posted By Chris Crosby at 3:23 AM
I always enjoyed (and was a bit creeped out by) this commercial from the future for the PS9 system that Sony used to promote the PS2 in 2000. It takes guts to spend millions advertising a console that does not exist and that the player has to snort up his nose like it's cocaine or something. Much better than the PS3 commercial where the toy baby comes to life and starts crying. My favorite part of the PS9: TELEPATHIC PERSONAL MUSIC.
Somebody didn't get the "indian mangoes" line in Friday's strip. This video kinda explains it. Kinda.
Speaking of live-action Mike Judge films, what the heck is up with IDIOCRACY (starring SORE THUMBS guest star Luke Wilson)? It had its (limited) theatrical release MONTHS ago, and there's still no TRAILER online! I can't even find a SECOND of footage from the film online. Is it just me? Has everyone who has been shown the film thus far EXPLODED TO DEATH? That's the only explanation I can think of for why there isn't video available online from this movie by now.
November 11, 2006
1998: The Motion Picture
Posted By Chris Crosby at 7:32 PM
November 10, 2006
President Bush eats lunch with an Important.
Posted By Chris Crosby at 5:54 AM
November 8, 2006
And the Dems take the Senate!
Posted By Chris Crosby at 6:44 PM
We are through the looking glass, people. Red is blue, and blue is red!
And now we do the dance of joy!
Posted By Chris Crosby at 1:33 AM
This should be the theme song of the Democratic Party.
November 5, 2006
Who knew Hugh Laurie was such a brilliant songsmith?