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Sunday, July 03, 2005

On Channel 3, there's SPORT!



The Illustration Friday word of the week is SPORT.

Here we go again! As before, my entry can be found at my web-comic here. This time, be a SPORT (ha ha, get it?) & click on #12. Thank you oh so much!
Warning: this comic was written by a well adjusted adult, with no issues or bitterness about his childhood whatsoever. The artist also does NOT have a sick and twisted sense of humor. Would I lie to you?

TTFN
-Tony

12 comments:

JacqueLynn said...

Hi Tony, SOOO glad you posted to your comics. I have no clue how I had missed them until now, but I read them all and I think they are great! and Fun, and you have that whole liposuction thing down absolutely correct, being inside out seems like a true American Dream. I also happen to love that you love Tom Baker. I use to stay up late on Sunday night watching him on PBS before cable - yes I'm that old. Anyway, Love your post, your comics and your whole web site. Very very cool. Best Regards, Jacque

isay (Marissa) said...

was his being lard-ass a temporary thing? i like both illustrations anyway....

steve said...

Good thing webby wasn't born a cow, because cattle have 4 stomachs. That's a lotta icky balls to play with...wait, that came out wrong...
Poor webby !
:-D

Anonymous said...

Hheheheee, you're on a roll Tony :) "Roll him over here Anon", Seeya Tony ....

PS Your former post inspired my athlete's cozzie :) I'm really enjoying reading your Webby episodes also.

Anonymous said...

awwww...kids can be cruel!
cheers,
kerry

Tony LaRocca said...

Thank you Jacquelynn, you're too kind & made my day.

Isay- it was temporary until he turned himself inside out w/ a vacuum cleaner, & had his stomach ripped off. Actually- there's more to the story, but I was too lazy to draw it: Webby then went home, where Satan appeared to him in the guise of Leonard Nimoy (patron saint of all geeks & misfits) to tell him that turning his life over to Satan was the logical thing to do. Webby did, and enslaved the Gym teacher & kids souls. The last frame would have had him playing with them on his denomic X-box for his own "sport." Maybe next time :)

Tony LaRocca said...

Thanks Anon- of course I had to look up "cozzie" on the web. (And your pic's model looks like he's wearing a very cozy cozzie indeed!)

Steve- I'll save that idea for when the next Illus Fri. word is Bocce. (And lets not even get into what to use for the pallino...)

Kerry- I agree, but like I said, I'm not bitter... ;)

Dummiest popcorn girl in the world said...

wAHAHA, LoL, maybe im a little cruel but i like both illos and laughed a lot xD lalalala

http://larvayyo.blogspot.com

french toast girl said...

Dear 'Toine,

You are messed.

I wouldn't have you any other way.

love, me

ps ~ Leonard Nimoy has been showing up on my radar screen with increasing irregularity lately... it's starting to freak me out.

Ian T. said...

You don't need to be a lard-ass to be last-picked for sport, and mercilessly picked on whenever those fascist sports teachers (and the throng) got their way. Horrible! Your spin on it was fun, but close to the bone. Maybe we all got our revenge in art-class - none of those sporty kids could draw!

Aravis said...

Nope, nothing twisted about this at all! *G* What people won't do to fit in. I think I'll give vacuuming myself a pass, though. Great comic!

Tony LaRocca said...

Ian- I was having a conversation about this with my wife the other day. So often people have said "I wish I could draw like you" or "I wish I could sing like you." But it's totally incomprehensible to many who ARE coordinated that some people AREN'T- the way some people have no artistic abilities whatsoever. Sadly, athletic ability is what separates the geeks from the popular kids at an early age. It's cruel- but it's just life.