The original sketch that inspired the well-liked Pumpkin Head guy first appearing in this strip.
Posts Tagged ‘halloween’
Too many trees overhang my morning walk. Every morning I hear the shuffling and rustling of branches above my head. Leaves fall around me. Soon, a squirrel will land on my head. I know it.
But I haven’t accepted it yet. So, I thought about wearing a football helmet. But then, what if the squirrel lands on the face mask, and bounces into my face, thereby trapped between my face and the mask? Okay, no football helmet. How about an umbrella? Then, the umbrella’s height might be high enough to hit the branches, knocking squirrels from the branches that otherwise wouldn’t have fallen. Is there any solution, other than me walking around in one of those ultra-padded police dog training sumo outfits? If there is, I hope they sell it for cheap at Wal-Mart sometime soon, because I would thoroughly enjoy peace of mind at low, low prices.
I want to thank all of you who have voted for me in the following categories for the WCRC Awards, and a great thanks to my fellow webcomickers who nominated me to begin with. Here are the categories Edmund Finney falls into:
Best New Comic (nominated by Paul of Woody After Hours)
Best Protagonist (nominated by Novil of Sandra and Woo)
Best Writing (nominated by Bearman of Beartoons)
Also, if you’re not a Facebook Fan and you’re on Facebook, why not become one? You can click the magic link over to your left, above the calendar. You get friendly banter and comic previews and probably more stuff when I flesh it out more (it’s pretty new).
Also, I like waffles cold, with butter on them, sometimes.
Boo, so Halloween is over. And Christmas is next week, according to retail stores. So, Happy Holidays!
In other news, if you haven’t voted for your favorite webcomics in the categories you see fit, go to WebcomicPlanet.com and vote! I’m not sure when voting ends but it does end, as do all things. Well, not all things. Apparently a circle goes on forever, since you can keep looping and it never ends. But, in my opinion, no closed shape ends. What’s wrong with a corner? A square goes on forever, too, as long as you just switch directions when you hit the corner. Is that so hard? Why does symbolism hate right angles? This is the kind of racism that I’m trying to end with my book “Different Shapes and Why You’re a Jerk.” Hopefully available on Amazon soon.