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Date Written: June 26, 2005Comments:
Author: Mr. Pony
Average Vote: 4.5
06/28/2005 Will Disney (4.5): nice detail on the last frame there, pony.
06/28/2005 Ferucio P. Chhretan (4.5): This would have been far better if you had actually used paint, you cheap fuck.
06/28/2005 Kenji X (5): Lerpa carries pliers and has a thick package.
06/28/2005 TheBuyer: Lerpa.
06/28/2005 Klause Muppet (5): Well done.
06/28/2005 Will Disney: Thank you, thank you.
06/28/2005 Streifenbeuteldachs (5): Is there a McDonald's on Golgotha?
06/28/2005 TheBuyer: Streifenbeuteldachs, did I ever tell you how McDonald thought up Big Macs? Funny story.
06/28/2005 Jon Matza (5): Good thing they brought the cross along for the ride...
06/28/2005 TheBuyer: I'm holding for the comm'comment, is it going to be worth it?
06/28/2005 qualcomm: i just don't know about this. i don't think the jokes are particularly funny. i mean, what do we got here? a couple of anachronism gags, some petty blasphemy, an overall desiccated sensibility. on the other hand, it looks nice. on the other hand, so does television.
06/28/2005 Bufu: Bufu
06/28/2005 Mr. Joshua: Better give it a five, then, qc. That's what I do when I'm uncertain. Particularly if the author is known to possess exemplary character.
06/28/2005 Mr. Joshua (5):
06/29/2005 Poop (5): Poop!
06/29/2005 Mr. Pony: Well, what's it gonna be, qualcomm? Are you going with your original impression, or are you gonna do what your big brother tells you to do?
06/29/2005 Jon Matza: Gagwise, I thought Jesus dangling his holey hand from behind the windscreen to feel the breeze was fairly Goretex.
06/29/2005 Jon Matza: Did any other readers experience similar feelings of merriment whilst happening upon this iconographic dido, I wonder?
06/29/2005 Bufu (3):
06/29/2005 qualcomm: oops
06/29/2005 TheBuyer (4.5): enjoy/dig.
06/29/2005 TheBuyer: Yes dig, but sitting here trying to translate this short into text in my head doesn't help it out any. I think the action only works because the drawings are so interesting but qualcomm is at least part right, the actual gags are kind of 3ish.
06/29/2005 Mr. Pony: I agree with much of what has been said, but I really never thought of this short as a list of gags. Haven't either of you ever been rescued?
06/29/2005 scoop: Only emotionally.
06/29/2005 scoop: But qualcomm, the fact that my television looks so much better than your television can't color my judgement on this work. I can't let it can I? What sort of man would I be?
06/29/2005 scoop: Nevertheless, the mighty Bufu has a point with that vote. Despite the superiority of my televeision, this "beautiful" piece of art, when analyzed at some lenght, is a triumph of technicality, an example of mastery in a narrow defined skill, namely "art making," and nothing more. I don;t go around giveing five stars to a plumber because he competently fixed teh pipes, do I? The answer is no, but perhaps the problem lies with the question...
06/29/2005 TheBuyer: Maybe 'gags' is a less than perfect word here but I don't know what other box to throw the car, fries, and the standard eight inch bent nose pliers (a more robust tool is clearly called for in this case), and the cross in the trunk into besides the one marked 'gags'. dude, it's a big, huge fucking box.
06/29/2005 Mr. Pony: Well, I sincerely hope that one day when you are snatched from the icy jaws of Death, you are able to focus on more than your savior's "I'm #1" cap!!
06/29/2005 TheBuyer: If he's a Lerpa I promise, I'll hardly notice.
06/29/2005 Mr. Joshua: So Scoop, are you saying Joe Satriani is NOT a five-star guitarist?
06/29/2005 Jon Matza: ...or just that he's no Malmsteen?
07/1/2005 scoop (2.5): Visually stunning, even moving. Its a hazy dreamscape that can tickle a part of my subconsious usually impregnable in a waking state. On top of being artistically engaging, the jarring shift from 3 to 4 illustrates a comedians command of the deterioration of matter known as timing. Nevertheless, it is my right to hate something beautiful and I'm going to exercise that right with a poor person's unidimensional disregard for the sensitivities of the complex artist. A 2.5 dude! 2.5! WTF?
07/1/2005 Mr. Pony: This is my proudest moment.
08/11/2005 The Rid: Hey, when this got published, no one knew whether I would live or die!
08/11/2005 TheBuyer: So did you die?
08/11/2005 The Rid: Lived, I'm afraid.
06/13/2007 Dylan Danko (5): Sorry for not voting on this one. I must have disliked you at the time.