Due to copyright stuff and size restraints, some of the coolest images can’t be uploaded to Tapastic. However, the site’s format makes reading through the comics a lot faster. I’ve uploaded about 30% of all the pictures there so far, and will upload the rest over the next few days.
A conclusion to yesterday’s post! Don’t mess with Pirate’s friends. If this seems less happy or funny than usual…ravenous monsters that try to eat people aren’t very funny. Since they’re also hard to draw, they’ll be a rarer occurrence.
Mutton yesterday, mutton today…mutton actually tastes really good if it’s done right. But it seems a bit cruel to use a sheep as your bed, let it carry you around and then eat it as thanks. Still, I suppose it could be worse. They could be eating dogs, or cats, or babies. (Stick people don’t eat babies.)
Huzzah for marriages! Today’s a very important day for many people living in the United States. For stick people, marriage is no issue because they fully support marriages of any kind. At least, I hope they do. Congratulations to everyone who’s been waiting and get ready to attend a lot of weddings!
4th wall? I see no 4th wall, do you? Anyways, I had a thought today: where does the line between reality and fiction stand with Pirate and Knight? Are they cartoons on a blog or are they real? Is there a comic within a comic? Deep thoughts. I should probably sleep now.
There are advantages to having someone bigger to look out for you. Pirate can reach high places, pull heavy objects, and smash any frogs that threaten innocent stick people. That’s what I call real friendship.
Frog, frog go away, or you’ll get squashed one day.
Today’s something different! I went to a cartoon-making session today, and this is the result of 1-hour of quick drawing. I don’t like drawing with pencil and ink — just not my style, but hopefully it still captures the quintessential Pirate! (The original cartoon layouts to make a physical book are included below as well.)
It’s time to lay one of the greatest debates in history to rest. Is the pen mightier than the sword? We tested it out with several willing* volunteers. Our analysis shows that while the pen is useful for activities such as writing, reaching that spot between your shoulders that itches and as a paperweight, it is not superior to the sword. This is mainly because the sword stabs things and the pen only pokes them. Pen < Sword. You heard it here first.