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How can one man draw so many comics and still make amazing punchlines at the end of every panel, in every single comic?
He's a genius. That's how.
Oh, this was just absurdly great.
Why, oh why, must Everywhere Man wear a banana hammock as part of his costume?
It's not rude to clip your nail in front of company, it's impolite. It's rude to clip your tonails in front of company...
No point arresting him, he's already in jail!
Why is Omnipresent Man trying to avoid arrest? Isn't he already in prison? And if he was arrested, wouldn't he still be outside of prison regardless?
If he clips his toenails, do they only come off in one place, or does the whole world suddenly get a light dusting of toenail clippings?
Great comic, as always.
Hrm. How long ago did you add a red background to the logo? Is that recent or am I blind?
Ugh. Nail clippings in the entree.
I see trouble coming between Omnipresent Man and Mr. Everywhere. I wonder if Mr. Everywhere is using Apple Maps vs. Omnipresent's Google Maps?
@ Joker wrote:"Why, oh why, must Everywhere Man wear a banana hammock as part of his costume?"
`Cuz a codpiece would be even worse...
It's rude to *bite* your toenails in front of company.
It looks like OP man is doing a strange pelvic thrust in the last panel. I'm not complaining
I salute panels one and four; crotch-centered ventriloquism (scrotiloquism?) is an idea whose time has definitely arrived.
I'll am one of them grammarish peoples, because words meaning and syntax has values to it.
The title technically means:"How to Make a Story Where It Appears (that)The Hero Turns Bad, but [the hero] Has Not [turned bad]"
As opposed to:"How to Make a Story WhereIt Appears (that) the Hero Turns Bad,But [in reality, he] Has Not"
Ergo, the appearance of these instructions is one in which:- the hero turns bad, and- the hero has not turned bad.
Which seems like a contradiction, but keep in mind this is Omnipresent Man we're talking about. For him, both can easily be true--and, in this story, they are.
Oh no! A light dusting of toenail clippings!I'm assuming Omnipresent Man can only *see* one thing at a time, or he could solve every murder AND remind you where you left your keys.
I've always wondered about Omnipresent Man... Is there an actual single version that's him living his daily life? I have sadly spent MULTIPLE hours in the past on this while I should be working...
I'd like to point out, that's not just any ordinary pelvic-thrust. That's an Epic Pelvis Thrust of Triumph!
"I'll am one of them grammarish peoples, because words meaning and syntax has values to it."
@Chris T - selective pedantry?
@Alan: I've checked the various mapping sources,and determined that Mr. Everywhere most likely uses...MapQuest.
Out of curiosity, would OmnipresentWOMAN be able to do more than one thing at a time, or is it a built-in clause to the whole superhero code of ethics?
The police officer is Dwight Schrute. Cannot unsee.
Is it just me, or does the police officer look exceedingly Schrute-like?
@Yamcha: Omnipresent man is clearly trying to protect his good name.
And now I expose my innernetular ignorance. What's the symbol on Mr. Everywhere's uniform from?
How come GoComics today shows a 2011 BI rerun?
Note from Scott: Human error. In this case I am the human
You've hit it on the head, sir. I never miss an opportunity to show off my fancy eddamuhcayshun. Four whole years in elementary school didn't teach me nothing!
(For one thing, it taught me double negatives. Then it taught me double positives, so I wouldn't be sad because of all the negativity.)
NEW BAND NAME:
Light Dusting of Toenail Clippings