Comic 62 - Creationism

15th Nov 2010, 1:59 PM
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15th Nov 2010, 1:59 PM
This is actually one of the two ideas that inspired this comic to come into existence. The other one, I will do eventually, but it requires quite a few things I do not have. I try to keep the Photoshop work to a minimum(believe it or not).

I apologize that the image quality isn't up to my usual high standards. I had to choose between either having a 3Mb PNG file, or a 900Kb JPG. In an effort to NOT alienate all my readers still using dial-up, I went for the smaller choice.

Seriously guys, get DSL or something.

Stock photography credits go to:





15th Nov 2010, 3:53 PM
Now see - you made more work for yourself trying to be nice to dial-uppers... dialer-uppers? ...dialer-ups? ...them people!
The concept was epic enough to split up into multi-parts over days and keep it .png by splitting to smaller individual DLs.

But i'm glad we got it all at once and now you have to work on more for us instead!
15th Nov 2010, 4:34 PM
This really is a very liberating way to look at the world. It justifies any and all seemingly irrational behavior. As I said up there, I can literally reinvent who I am every single second, without any kind of logical problem. When I was a young man, I explicitly chose to be social and relaxed around other people. It helped me win some friends, and now I back off being a social butterfly on the grounds that I am not going to become a crazy cat-lady(erm, cat-guy).


At some point in the near future I may replace it with the large png, or split it up in the archive.
I was advised by a reviewer that the multi-page comics make it look like I'm just trying to spread out my ideas due to laziness. I'm honestly not sure whether or not I like the big multipanel comics over the single panel ones. I'm not a lazy man, mind you, but spreading this out over 3-5 days worth of comics would have lightened the work-load, and allowed me to make the file higher quality.

So, bigger comics, good idea? Bad idea? Should only do it when I have the time? Note that this comic took about 10 hours to put together, not counting actually writing it. So massive 10 panel sagas are not really going to become a daily part of the comic unless I managed to find a job that pays better and doesn't require me to work so many hours.

Additionally, the serial killer panel is my new favorite thing I have ever made in photoshop.
16th Nov 2010, 10:34 AM
This is very inspiring -- It made me think about so much after reading it!
16th Nov 2010, 2:52 PM
you suck stop doing what youre doing
16th Nov 2010, 3:01 PM
I loved the time line! It was hilarious!!

@Guest If you don't like it don't read it. You don't need to leave negative comments.
16th Nov 2010, 3:08 PM
Dear anyone who happens to read this,

Has my comic been featured somewhere? I have received more non-ad inspired views in the past hour than I normally get in a week. I'm trying to figure out where they're coming from, and google analytics isn't going to update for a few more hours. I'm immensely curious.

Very glad you liked it.
16th Nov 2010, 8:11 PM
I think I'm in love with your comics. I just stumbled on your page (from smackjeeves.) and read all of them... that's not weird of me.

Either way, I really like how you put personality into all your pages. It's nice to be able to read something, laugh at it, yet relate to it seriously. I can't wait to see more.

Totally going to be your new fan/ stalker ...person? ... Once again, that's not weird of me.

17th Nov 2010, 10:46 AM
These are awesome.
This site is now in my favorites.
That is all.
17th Nov 2010, 2:48 PM
As long as I doing catch you outside my bedroom window watching me sleep, that's not weird in the slightest. I'm very pleased that you enjoy the comic. A big reason I wanted to put this comic together was to come out and express these moments that we all share with one another, but no one really talks about. That dirty feeling of trying to hold it until we get home because we dislike using public bathrooms. Essentially I will answer with a resounding 'yes' when someone asks the questions of, "is this normal for me to be thinking about?"

Thank you...Mr. Freeman(Hehe, I got to say that).
18th Nov 2010, 11:21 AM
...yes. my real name is freeman. And i have already promised to name my first born son gordon xD
18th Nov 2010, 11:47 AM
That's simply awesome.
18th Nov 2010, 6:45 PM
Coincidently that is exactly what i was about to post about your page on facebook. Clearly you read minds. Therefore i must go and find my heavy duty tin foil and fashion a helm so mighty that an ion cannon could be reflected of its glossy metallic surface.
19th Nov 2010, 2:17 PM
Don't worry, I promise not to do that. I'm weird, but I swear... I have weird limits. And if it makes you feel better, I'll put my binoculars away, haha.

And those reasons are exactly why I love your comic.

Also, you wouldn't happen to have a Deviant Art would you? If so, we clearly need to be friends. :)
21st Nov 2010, 11:54 AM
Mr Lostman
Oh, postmodernism~
23rd Nov 2010, 3:13 PM
10th Feb 2011, 11:12 PM
I love this one.
6th Mar 2011, 10:04 AM
Jang Saverem
That was a very interesting comic. Good show sir. Good show