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Nobody Scores! A little comic about inevitable disaster - comics - comics

what else is there?

Published: Mon, 23 Jan 2012 22:26:19 GMT


#396 on the wild frontier

Mon, 02 Jan 2012 05:09:09 GMT



Hold on, more coming, including a fairly big supplementary comic. Working!

#395 fight scene

Tue, 20 Dec 2011 08:33:30 GMT



Yeah the reason I didn’t want to shout to the heavens that I am back with cartoons (besides the ongoing grudge between me and the heavens, don’t get me started) is that I had no idea how hard it would be for me to get into a cartoon-drawing head-mode. Apparently it is pretty hard!

Anyway since I am drawing pictures of people inside a series of rectangles, it follows that I have to give them ridiculous powers and make them fight. Thus, Fight Scene! If there’s anything else to it, hundreds of people in thousands of publications have tricked me! That’s probably true actually.

And, since I guess this is who I am now, I may as well spit out these two things. I guess they’re “fan art”, but in my defense can I say that I read like five books of the one years ago, and my only exposure to the second is via incidental twerp contact and scathing movie reviews? And also other fan art? But anyway I have never seen these two jokes in the giant swamp of ancillary superhero art, and they’re the most obvious jokes in the world, I have to share them: has seriously no one else thought of this shit?


Roundup of other 2k11 media coming with next comic. Holidays are obtrusive!

#394 black friday special extra

Tue, 06 Dec 2011 05:24:49 GMT



…hey, wait, I have a website?

Yeah, this is a comic about my new most favorite holiday. No, I’m no back just because Achewood is, I’m an independent human (debatably human) being with my own circumstances and motivations, I’m doing this because I guess I still have some more of these to do.

I’m not totally sure I want to be doing this again, yet, but this time I’m dipping my toe in a bit more carefully. Comments and RSS are dead at least for a while. Comments because people are pack animals, probably like yaks, and I don’t need to deal with alpha-yak psychological bullshit on top of everything else, RSS because I wanna keep shit quiet for the moment, until I know I’m gonna keep it up for a bit, and let’s be real: this thing totally looks like ass in an RSS feed. Don’t lie, you know it’s true.

If I could come up with a way for the RSS to just read ding, here is comic, link, that’d be the coolest.

In a little while I’ll amend this post with some of the stuff I’ve been consuming the past year. It’ll be real short, I’m basically a monk now. An alpha-yak monk. I guess you can make me into like a D&D character if you want. Let me know if I get killed by a poison needle.


Woops, I did not kill the RSS. Did I this time? Yargh!

I wanted to turn it on again at some point and have you all discover maybe ten comics, instead of one, so maybe if you close your eyes and wait until there are ten comics, and then open them, that would work? Except in the way that it would never work, because comics communicate by sight! This is one of a variety of ways in which comics remain stupid. Oh well, I can probably hire bike messengers to contact my existing readers, it’s probably within my budget.


Factual information inserted at reader behest! I’m a little wary at setting a precedent here, as I am still too young to draw “Pluggers”, so: any reader-behested additions to comics will be relegated solely to “Professor Raoul’s Fact Corner” and probably credited to Ryan Gosling. So thank you, Jake Wasserman, I mean Ryan Gosling! You’re great on the internet as a feminist and or particle physicist! Let me know if you don’t want employers tracking you back to this website!

Also there’s a little extra I meant to put in there. The machine is slow to start up again, folks.

#393 help yourselves [14]

Wed, 06 Oct 2010 08:06:45 GMT




Looks like I am still doing cartoons!

When I put the last cartoon up, I was hit with such a colossal wave of disgust at the thought of jumping through more hoops for internet people that I completely forgot to provide any context for what I was doing. But this time there was virtually no disgust! There will never be no disgust at all, mind you: each Nobody Scores! cartoon from the very beginning has been seasoned with a minimum of 10% of your yearly recommended authorial contempt for the reader, and there’ll be no changing that now. What do you want me to do, show up in car commercials?

Anyway, this is sort of going back to roots for me: not only are some of the very first Nobody Scores! cartoons one-panels, but the first comics I ever did for people, in high school and college, were one-panels. No I am not showing you them, go away before I get redisgusted. I have a number of them written up, and was going to do them in rapid succession, but disgust + flu + short trip (after this cartoon goes up) has screwed that idea. Will hew to it as close as possible though.


Here is an entertaining comics-video-essay on a worthwhile subject.

On the other hand, the using comics because that way you can talk to people loudly and slowly, as if they’re stupid? Tell me if you look at that video and don’t see that going on, a little, like, WATCH THE PICTURES THEY ARE SHINY – and that’s useful, no doubt, for getting through to people, but is that the only thing to do with cartoons? Like, have this going on with a Spalding Gray monologue and have the art just go in a completely different direction? But no, that would be weird.

#392 whatever with wheels [18]

Sat, 02 Oct 2010 04:53:15 GMT




On the one hand, I have a number of one-panel cartoons written up. Don’t believe me? Understandable. Here’s proof:


On the other hand, I had this one drawn up for about a week and a half before the desire kicked in to color it and post it. This is because comics are boring and stupid and I don’t really read them anymore. Essentially it seems to be the art of telling people things they already know* very loudly and slowly, as if they are dumb, and the more loudly and slowly you tell them, the happier they are with it. Does the world need that?

*all art is like that

On the third hand, residual habit, and spite. Hmmm.