Totally, just like Promethus took me seriously when he died (infinity times) to give me fire.
Graveyard Shift (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2013.
One of my earliest childhood memories is from a DZ Discovery Zone
fuck thoes places, have you seen whats at the bottom of thoes ball pits? Who the fuck is cleaning all that shit.
OH MY GOD THIS WAS MY LIFE
Oh fuck yeah I lost a tooth here
I cried once when I thought I got lost in the play place here. The most traumatic experience of my life.
Muzski’s reinterpretation of Hergé’s famous comic series feature Tintin, Captain Haddock, Snowy and all your beloved characters in an exciting new light as they unwittingly stumble upon soul-shattering vistas from Beyond.
Watch our brave adventurers flee from shoggoths, Deep Ones, fish folk, ghouls, Formless Spawn, Mi-Go, Elder Things, nightgaunts, Old Ones, Outer Gods and foreigners (i.e. non-Anglo-Saxons) as they face many an existential crisis pertaining their insignificance on a cosmic scale!
What eldritch horrors await our companions as they unearth the secrets from untold aeons in the dark corners of the earth? Shall they heroically flee from these abominations from the stars, or will they choose for the merciful oblivion that is death by throwing themselves on squalid pavements or shooting themselves in the head? And what trick does Nyarlathotep have up ‘His’ sleeve this time?
Find out in The Weird Adventures of Tintin, by H. P. Lovecraft!
Learn it, dweebs.
Oh yeah. There’s a new sinfest comic.
Yep. Pretty much. Pretty much a new sinfest comic.
Whenever I go to the sinfest site, I see that “notes from the resistance,” the name of his pointless little blog space. I remember that’s what it’s always been called, going years back.
I think I understand why he turned radfem. For years and years, he’s been desperate to be a culture warrior in some great resistance, fighting a pervasive wrong; perhaps one that no one was aware of, if he really jumped face first into that stupid matrix shit. Maybe he always wanted to be a member of the matrix resistance, and never grew out of it like the rest of you proles did.
I think this is how a lot of people grow up now. They imagine themselves as revolutionaries, it has that sexy outlaw glamor. Imagine being the key word. They go to protests and speak truth to power, fighting the power, power to the people, always with the power, power power power, they secretly want the power to themselves instead of everyone else. But they also want to start a revolution, march the streets, taking down the system.
But then they ignore the only real important revolutions going on in the world. They only want to involve themselves in the west world, the first world, the USA, they don’t want to go far to any place legitimately dangerous, they want the safe comfort of home where they can still play at being the illusion of being mental outlaws, breaking the rules of YOUR SICK SOCIETY MMMMMMMAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHNNNNNNNN
So while these guys “fight the power” by making dumb little comics about the existence of men being attracted to female nudity, and how that is inherently oppressive to women, you can go look at the middle east, where the real revolutionaries are making people’s lives better directly, in the intensely unsexy and square world of the United States military. Brazil and great chunks of South America have been fucking over their own people for a long time, they’re all resource rich and prosperous, they could exist as another group of first world nations, but their governments are so deeply corrupt and drug rich that they don’t want their people to live better lives, just in case you people thought the US was corrupt, you can still have poor people getting fat in this country. All of these places need a new way, and people willing to help them. LE YAWN BORING, give us trike riding and speaking truth to power, down with bush, cheesy matrix analogies. The simple revolution, the one that changes nothing, because if something changed we’d have to stop complaining and being victims.