If you ordered the SORE THUMBS VOL. 1 book and it was damaged by the bonus one-inch pin set that was sent with it, we will gladly send you an undamaged replacement copy. Just ask and we'll send it on over. I've only heard from one person with this problem so far, but I thought I'd put it out there just in case.
Bonus pins are still available, and we're making sure now that they're packaged in a way that doesn't damage the book, so you might think about ordering. Every itty bitty Coleman pin deserves a loving home!
March 18, 2007
Posted By Chris Crosby at 2:21 AM
March 16, 2007
Because I mentioned STUDIO 60 in today's comic, I must give equal time to 30 ROCK (the best comedy on TV)...
Posted By Chris Crosby at 7:26 AM
After watching the clip, CLICK HERE to see what Tracy Jordan did on Conan last time! (It's hilarious.)
March 13, 2007
R.I.P. Richard Jeni
Posted By Chris Crosby at 10:38 PM
March 9, 2007
Click that PayPal button like you are in an old west showdown!
Posted By Chris Crosby at 4:48 AM
BUY THE BOOK! (Please.) The first hundred or so people that order will also receive a LIMITED-EDITION BUTTON SET. Cool little one-inch buttons of Fairbanks and Coleman that you can pin through your shirt, or through your skin if it suits you. These babies are ready to ship NOW, no waiting. CLICKY CLICKY!
New shirt later on, still tweaking design a bit.
March 8, 2007
HAPPY 3RD ANNIVERSARY OF SORE THUMBS!
Posted By Chris Crosby at 4:31 AM
It's been three years of this nutty little thing we call SORE THUMBS. Can you believe it? Here's to ANOTHER three years! That would put us at March 2010, a time when President Hillary Obama has made the world a virtual Autopia, and SORE THUMBS is both the #1 holographic comic strip, #1 holographic television show, and #1 holographic candy bar in the nation.
That wonderful future may be a long three years away... but you can at least be here TOMORROW, when the first SORE THUMBS book and an all-new SORE THUMBS T-Shirt goes on sale! As Malcolm Jamal Warner used to say, "BE HERE!" SORE THUMBS 4ever, peace out.
March 4, 2007
30 Minutes of '80s Cartoon Theme Songs
Posted By Chris Crosby at 12:15 AM
The Professor couldn't build a boat, but he COULD build a SPACESHIP? Wow.