Robert Burns wrote the most Scottish things ever. These poems sound like Middle English but were written in 1786. Also, another reminder: Phoenix Comicon. May 23 to 26. Table 1739. BE THERE. Author: Robert Burns / Date of Publication: 1786 / Source: Wikipedia
Seriously, Jack killed a LOT of giants. It was kinda his thing. Author: Anonymous / Date of Publication: 1711 / Source: Wikipedia
Because I can’t draw fight scenes. Next week, we start something completely different. Author: Some Dude In Ancient Mesopotamia / Date of Publication: c. 1900 BC / Source: Wikipedia
I suppose you could question the logic of Esteban even being in ancient Mesopotamia, but… yeah. Author: Some Dude In Ancient Mesopotamia / Date of Publication: c. 1900 BC / Source: Wikipedia
And so we return to Gilgamesh. I trust you’re happy. Now, as you may have noticed, I’m “following my muse” as well. Realizing that the foundation had already been laid in the Christmas strips, Sporkman and Lit Brick are now merging into a single strange abomination of nature, at least for the next few weeks. [...]
The internet did, indeed, say such things. A comment on Sunday brought my attention to a considerably more erotic version of Hot Cockles, and I would’ve been remiss if I didn’t mention it in-comic. It’s officially become my new favorite holiday tradition… ladies.
Snap-Dragon seriously sounds like the stupidest game you could possibly play. Granted, I’m sure I’m missing something about the fire in question. I mean, I know that brandy is used in a lot of gourmet cooking, so presumably you can set it on fire without endangering your loved ones, but still. I’m not sure the [...]
So, this strip has nothing to do with literature. Zero. It’s all character-based humor, and I loved it, so *thppbt*. The comic will be properly relevant again next week.
Oh, we’ll be having fun this season. Yes we will. Author: Thomas Middleton / Date of Publication: 1604 / Source: Google Books
I’m never drawing Myles Standish with a shirt on again. Author: Thomas Morton / Date of Publication: 1637 / Source: Wikipedia