I think the phoenix describes him better.
"When else am I gonna kick him?'...Great!
2010? I thought we had gotten over this, Scott.
"And you don't understand how human hearing works" --> Awesome punchline!
The hearing range jokes are quite funny. They are a new spice that works well with your comic-gourmet.
This doesn't just describe man-friendships! This describes any friendships I have with my 'emo' friends :D (and i'm a girl!) Brilliant post today, keep it up!
Oh this is like a snapshot into my man-friendship with a certain grimmonkey.
Is it opossum or possum or... Dangit, Mister Meyer, you've gone and altered my perceptions again. I am confused.
you've taken "supportive" to a whole new level.
To think I've been doing it wrong all this time. Thank you basic instructions, I have been learnt!
Love the comic!
Great! New feature - Out of panel comments!
Absolute classic from start to finish. Kudos!
I love the word bubbles from the characters off scene in panels two and four... cracked me up!
honestly one of you best one so far. I actually laughed out loud after the second panel.
Brilliant. Thanks for the pointers, Scott.
Good work as usual. Love panel 3, hehe, possum.
Full of WIN!
Pure win for sure! I love this one!
Panel 2 and 3 shine out amongst the gems in this strip! I loved it.
*now enter the over analyzing, ignoring sterotype zone that is not be regarded as negative towards the comic*Possums are not that helpless or timid. A few dared to cross into our yard and our warrior princess of a samoyden/husky mix made them pay with their lives. The teeth on those things are not to be taken lightly.
3rd and 4th panel... "hearing range"
Pure Gold! Made me laught out loud!
Oh man! This is gold! I wish we could meet the real Rick. He must be some kind of guy to tolerate all the encouragement you give.
The guy's always down! When else am I gonna kick him?
Neat innovation with the dialogue balloon pointing out of the frame. It sets up an odd tension, because the previous panel is in the space that is apparently being pointed to. So suddenly each panel has its own layer. But then the very last dialogue balloon goes outside its panel, not staying in its layer. A topologically challenging cartoon.
I have a test today in a class about Friendship. These were just the insights I needed to push my grade to the next level!
The blank stare in the last panel is amazing. 'I dont want to be a Brine Shrimp :('
The off-camera character, I like it.
I like how your instructions are actually good advice.Keep 'em rollin'!!
And back to 2010 again. It's like Scott has his own personal time machine.
This is officially one of my all-time favorites, especially the off screen hearing comments.I believe the biblical name for this was "Job's comforters".
Love panel 3.
One of the best yet. This one is going up on the wall.
Panel number two – voice bubble from another panel. INGENIOUS!
I thought I liked the opossum analogy best until I read the brine shrimp one, and now I'm torn.
Loved it, as always.