Just some bros out enjoying the night.
And if you’re wondering where the Bride of Frankenstein is, this is boys’ night. Also, the Phantom of the Opera wasn’t invited because he made out with Dracula’s girlfriend even though they weren’t dating at the time, but still, that’s just not cool, man.
“Yo, Vinny, you heard about these two bad dudes who just moved into town? They’s out cleanin’ up the streets, already paid a visit to Charlie’s Place, shut down the whole operation. Threw Petey into a mirror. They’re not takin’ no guff from nobody! I heard the tall green one once tossed a chick into a lake for lookin at him the wrong way. And the pale guy, he trains wolves or something and does acrobatics. I’m a little scared of these guys, Vinny. You think they might come pay us a visit?”
And thus ends my month of Halloween-related posts. Hope there was something here that either tickled your funny bone or ripped out your laughter tube. Won’t be doing another month-long posting cycle in a while, but I’ve got some more fun stuff planned for Thanksgiving and Christmas, including possible further holiday shenanigans for Betsy & Waffles. Hope everyone has a safe and scary Halloween!
Betty, did you hear about that Wolfman fellow? Oh, I’ve heard he’s with a different girl every night. Hmph. What a cad he is, thinking he can just waltz in here and try to date every girl. Did you know he tried out for the basketball team, too? My Dennis is the team captain, and he says he thinks this Wolfman fellow is gunning for his position. And he was chatting up all the cheerleaders! I can’t believe him! Hush, here he comes now! Oh, Hi, Wolfman. How are you? Good, good. Gosh, I really don’t like him! I can’t believe you think he’s cute, Betty!
What a jerk the Creature is, amiright guys? He’s always taking our balls whenever we hit them too close to his lagoon. I mean, stop being such an ass-face, man! Just give us our ball. We’re practicing to be in the major leagues! Didn’t you hear about those open try-outs? I guess not, since you’re always in your lagoon! Pfft, whatever, man. I’m out of here.
After yesterday’s intense Betsy & Waffles comic, I thought it’d be nice to take a break and close out the month with something simple. And now, a question: How does that mummy talk through those bandages? I bet no one can understand him. He probably has a devil of a time ordering a pizza over the phone.
The day has finally come. The Betsy & Waffles Halloween comic that Nick Adams and I have been slaving over for about a month is finally ready for your consumption. We’re extremely proud of ourselves and we feel like we’ve stepped it up a notch creatively. We have plans for several other “plus-sized” comics in the very near future. To read it in its entirety, please click here. We hope you enjoy.
(Also, interestingly enough, this is the first time I’ve ever failed to post a blog entry on time. A few minutes before this was set to go live, my internet connection decided to be a bastard and punch me in the balls. My balls are aching, but at least it’s here now!)
Have you ever seen a film so terrifying bad that you clawed your own eyes out so you wouldn’t have to watch it anymore? If you haven’t, you’ve never seen “Asylum of Terror.” This film is so terrible you won’t believe your eyes or ears. The image quality is one step up from 1980s security camera footage. The audio–my heavens, the audio!–sounds like it was recorded when all of the cast was secluded in a submarine, but the microphone was placed outside the room, maybe at the other end of the submarine, or underwater. When you can hear the dialogue, it’s mainly gibberish and looped screaming. The premise is simple enough: a group of people wander through the world’s lamest haunted house attraction and get slaughtered by a madman who’s lose inside, wearing the makes of several other famous horror icons–and the wrestler Sting, for some reason. Where a good movie might make you try to care for the characters before they start getting killed off, this movie is not a good movie so none of that happens. In fact, the characters are so annoying, you’re actually rooting for their deaths–and this includes two little kids. I would say watch this movie if you want your mouth to hang open for 75 long minutes, but really, it’s not worth it. In fact, just read this Something Awful review of the film here. It’s one-hundred times more enjoyable than the actual movie.
But for those who are wondering… yes, I do kind of enjoy this movie.