This comic by Grant Snider of Incidental Comics amused me so I’m sharing it…
Via Laughing Squid
Here are the details:
This is a brand new stainless steel flask, excellent for gifts (weddings, birthdays, anniversaries), holidays, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, sporting events, bachelor parties and etc.
– Screw Cap with holder
– Made from Stainless Steel
– Lightweight and fit in your pocket
– Waterproof vinyl skin with UV resistance
This flask holds a full 6 oz and is perfect for you and your friends’ night on the town! Instead of buying several shots take our hip flasks along and the money you save after just 1 use will be more than enough to pay for your drinking flask!
Artwork is printed on a durable vinyl material and covered with multiple layers of crystal clear, does not easily tear, waterproof
I imagine this short strip by Ray Bruwelheide as Pokémon meets Bladerunner, I’d love to see someone do that…
I want to try the spiral cut pizza…
I’m not sure I like the whole fake geek girl thing? Just because you aren’t an obsessive geek doesn’t mean you can’t like the odd fandom, or even wear a Superman or Wonder Woman T-Shirt/Belt/whatever because you like the design.
Why are people threatened by people encroaching on their territory? It doesn’t make any sense. Or at least it didn’t before I read this.
Beware Fake Geek Girls…
Also this image from Oxboxer:
This tickled my fancy, I saw a rant the other day about the number of people proclaiming they “Fucking Love Science” when what they really like is catchy quoted by Neil Degrasse Tyson, and atheist views. That isn’t science, science is working hard to gather data to prove something.
This comic by Ida from Potluck Comics sums up why being a cat would be awesome and also why I’m glad that cats aren’t humans…
When I was a kid He-Man was my one dimensional hero of choice until I discovered Transformers, I devoured the books and TV show. It looks like they are going to be add a little bit more depth to the series though, the plot synopsis actually looks interesting:
In the new series, Robinson reintroduces the Masters of the Universe® to comic readers with Skeletor having won a major victory and rewriting the world of Eternia where he now rules from Castle Grayskull and the Masters have no memory of their former glory. Adam is a simple woodsman haunted by dreams of a heroic warrior, wielding a powerful sword in battle. He is found by a mysterious sorceress who tells him his dreams are of the way the world should be, that he is Eternia’s champion He-Man. Adam sets off on a quest to regain his power and reawaken the Masters of the Universe.
Here’s hoping… I might actually make a trip to my local comic shop and pick this one up.
Via Geek Native