22 3 / 2012

lefthandedtoons:

The Time Traveler | Left-Handed Toons 
Written by Henry, drawn by me
Comic URL: http://www.lefthandedtoons.com/1203/

I tried to cram this “time traveler explaining butt dialing” joke into a tweet and it wasn’t working. I’m glad I shared the idea with Drew and he offered to draw it, because his time traveler guy’s arms are hilariously expressive, and the polite clapping pilgrims are adorable.
I can’t imagine a third panel that delivers that line better. He looks SO concerned about sneaky butts using telephones.

lefthandedtoons:

The Time Traveler | Left-Handed Toons

Written by Henry, drawn by me

I tried to cram this “time traveler explaining butt dialing” joke into a tweet and it wasn’t working. I’m glad I shared the idea with Drew and he offered to draw it, because his time traveler guy’s arms are hilariously expressive, and the polite clapping pilgrims are adorable.

I can’t imagine a third panel that delivers that line better. He looks SO concerned about sneaky butts using telephones.

18 6 / 2009

@drewmo wrote a comic based on how my friend Brian and I used to give our friend Bora crap about his egg allergy and his Turkish heritage.  In our defense, Bora is a talented and wonderful person and we’re just smartasses with only our wit to keep us warm at night.
From an email Drew sent me:

"It was too boring to depict as an email conversation, so I used golf bears."

The comic’s a little inaccurate because we didn’t meet Bora until college (over the Internet, no less. I am awesome.).
Also, how the hell could we hide eggs in his lunch if we were in high school?  High school kids are malicious, but not that calculated.  In college we just took eggs from our dorm’s salad bar, hid them on Bora’s dinner tray when he wasn’t looking, then shouted “BORA LOOK OUT!” like the egg was a hand grenade and he was in immediate danger.

@drewmo wrote a comic based on how my friend Brian and I used to give our friend Bora crap about his egg allergy and his Turkish heritage.  In our defense, Bora is a talented and wonderful person and we’re just smartasses with only our wit to keep us warm at night.

From an email Drew sent me:

"It was too boring to depict as an email conversation, so I used golf bears."

The comic’s a little inaccurate because we didn’t meet Bora until college (over the Internet, no less. I am awesome.).

Also, how the hell could we hide eggs in his lunch if we were in high school?  High school kids are malicious, but not that calculated.  In college we just took eggs from our dorm’s salad bar, hid them on Bora’s dinner tray when he wasn’t looking, then shouted “BORA LOOK OUT!” like the egg was a hand grenade and he was in immediate danger.

16 6 / 2009

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