Karen’s a nurse, she provides part-time care for some of the building’s elderly and disabled tenants, among them our faithful dispenser of Exposition up there. And yes, she’s the Karen who set up the betting pool April and Tim were talking about. Also that was her in the poorly produced Continue reading Kong Tower #73: Super-Douche vs… Fat Shaming!
The friend I went to see Suicide Squad with summed it up pretty well: It’s a perfectly good FX movie. It’s the kind of film you wouldn’t at all mind putting on if it happened to be on TV. It was a good film, in my opinion, I’m glad I Continue reading Suicide Squad: Good, But Could be Better
Had to get that Bruce Timm-style hourglass figure for my Harley Quinn Expy. (10 internet points to anyone who can figure out where I got the inspiration for her hat and the symbol on her shirt) I realize this argument probably doesn’t work for the actual characters in Suicide Squad, Continue reading Kong Tower #72: Task Force WhY
And that’s more or less the whole of Tim’s origin story. Uncle died, got powers, tried heroing, got horrifically injured because that’s what happens when a teenager who can bend a spoon interrupts a drug deal expecting Superman. Hey look, now you can follow Kong Tower on Comic Rocket! And, in Continue reading Kong Tower #71: Kid Hero, Grown-Up Villains
I am a young man. Young enough that, when I was in my infancy, and for some time after, my parents were fans of The X-Files. In fact, when I was a baby, they would put me in one of those bouncy seat things in the living room with them so Continue reading Kong Tower #70: The Truth is In Here…Somewhere…II
The works of J.R.R. Tolkien have codified the nature of high fantasy ever since their inception. So iconic is the world on Middle Earth that fantasy authors often have to make a point of altering Tolkien’s mold. And in no aspect of the Tolkienian mythos is this fact more prominent, than Continue reading The Problem With Dwarves
Mad Science gets a bad rap, if you ask me. It could solve so many of the world’s problems. To be technical, the weapon that policeman is using isn’t simply a freeze-ray, which could itself be extremely lethal. Rather it’s more of a high-powered squirt gun, filled with a dense inorganic Continue reading Kong Tower #69: Not Mad, Just Disappointed Science
I missed Necroma. She’s fun to draw and has a nice coat. #16: Clark-Kenting to the Max in full color is gonna be up a bit late, but it should be up as the incentive later today. I don’t really have an excuse, I’m just lazy. Vote Anyway!
Steve kindly agreed to stand just out of frame in this comic so I wouldn’t have to draw another full figure. I think that second panel is my most successful attempt yet at making Aya look ‘Anime’. Might be the hair. Those are one of the 140 foot Nazi-Mecha’s feet Continue reading Kong Tower #67: Power Envy
I considered having Aya do that stupid Anime faceplant thing in the last panel, but 1) it might look weird, like Tim and April knocked her over or something, and 2) she’s wearing a skirt and I don’t do cheesecake in this comic. Here’s the comic without the foreground, because I like Continue reading Kong Tower #66: All Bets are Off