The godlings’ hunt for a backup dad begins!
Tags: Bert - ewok - Frankenstein - gremlin - Loki - minotaur - mythology - Norse - Parenting for Dummies - ThorThis entry was posted on Wednesday, November 26th, 2008 at 3:31 am and is filed under Backup Dad, Brat-halla.
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Hmm, dad the destroyer-any relation to dad the impaler?
I’m gonna get shot for that comment, I know it…
Great comic, as always!
lol, you guys did a major comic strip recycle/flashback. I knew it was similar to something, so I looked back and found episode 65 http://brat-halla.com/2005/03/01/65-career-daze-pt-9/ . It is exactly the same except for a bit of dialogue adjustment and of course, the art. The goblin seems to be the same one, just somewhat older and slightly less hyperactive.
I would have thought that you guys would do something totally new and not a recycle, although honestly I like the art on this particular version better.
@smjjames – Doesn’t it stand to reason that the same people/creatures looking for work during the Career Daze storyline would still be unemployed. Besides, more page views for the advertisers.
I thought I was geetting another one of those freaky Deju Vu moments.
Heh heh. Jokes are always funnier the second time around.
Still, I think the Ewok on the previous one looked more like an Ewok. An emaciated Ewok for sure, but had the right look.
I still think the artwork is better on this one though
Gotta love the irony. Bet Eyeball sues for royalties.
Oh, right, Ewok. I thought it was a Hoka at first, that’s what I get for thinking in terms of books, not movies. Love the strip, by the way, all of it.
The recycle is excellent, thanks for posting the link to it.
Oh yeah – callbacks rock. But I have to echo @smjjames a bit.. The older strip was more “Saturday morning cartoon” art style, and as such, captured the essence of the Bugs Bunny-esque rapid-scene change technique. The newer art style, while definitely more “in” for today’s manga-inspired art culture, loses that Saturday-morning artistic style I came to enjoy in the early art.
I still enjoy the stories, and am passing it out to everyone.
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