In further tribute to the number 4, here's the trailer for 1994's never-released FANTASTIC FOUR movie...
Posted By Chris Crosby at 2:26 AM
April 27, 2007
How is anyone taking this guy seriously?
Posted By Chris Crosby at 1:45 AM
This dress-wearing, Trump-fondled lunatic is the only person who can protect us from the terrorists.
April 25, 2007
Someone I know getting fired from THE APPRENTICE in the stupidest way possible.
Posted By Chris Crosby at 5:20 AM
Derek worked as a clerk at my parents' video store in the early '90s and would entertain my brother and I with his many celebrity impressions. Seeing him getting fired by Trump, especially for such a stupid thing, was pretty nutso. Trump sure has lost it this season.
April 20, 2007
Our sincere apologies to anyone who was offended by our apology
Posted By Chris Crosby at 8:28 PM
If you were one of the many offended by our apology regarding today's comic, please accept our sincerest apology. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.
Our sincere apologies to anyone who was offended by today's comic
Posted By Chris Crosby at 6:00 AM
For those who didn't get the "joke" (such as it was) of today's comic, we do not feel that Sanjaya's elimination from AMERICAN IDOL should in any way be compared to the horror of the Virginia Tech tragedy. That's exactly why we did so, because we were attempting to be very, very, very stupid. Mission accomplished, right? (We also referenced IDOL because judge Simon Cowell was accused of rolling his eyes in response to Chris Richardson's comment on the Virginia Tech tragedy.)
Whatever the case, it was a bad idea, and we apologize. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by the Virginia Tech tragedy.
April 18, 2007
MUPPETS TAKE MANHATTAN was the best one. Don't deny it. But in the interest of equal time...
My first attempt at Flash animation, from the bygone era of 1999.
Posted By Chris Crosby at 5:38 PM
This idiotic mish-mash of SOUTH PARK and POKEMON was my first attempt at Flash animating, and it was (almost) inexplicably viewed by more than a million people. I apologize that the bulk of the cartoon is a spookily-silent credits sequence.
I had a sequel in mind, featuring a Team Rocket-ized Kenny, but never got around to producing it. Maybe for the 10th anniversary in 2009...