That armor won’t protect your insides from getting mashed around when you get hit by a Hulk, man. You should be dead. Several times over.
And seriously, in the versions where Peter Parker produces the webs biologically, are his forearms just pressurized to 800psi? In either case, how the hell does something as thin and light as spiderwebbing work as a projectile over more than like, 10 feet? Have you ever used a can of silly string?
Nonetheless, I hope everyone enjoys Spider-Man: Homecoming, because it looks AWESOME.
Also, please vote for Kong Tower on TWC.
Something quick and easy since it’s V-day. Which I will probably spend going to see the Lego Batman Movie alone because my life is equal parts nerdy and sad.
Drawing was done for a Top Web Comics contest, you can support my dear comic by liking it on Facebook here.
Unfortuneately, I can’t put us a colorized Kong Tower #45: A Case of the Living Dead II right now, because a bunch of my files got f**king corrupted somehow. So it’s still #44 up there. Vote anyway please.
Had you there for a second, didn’t I? Big Thanks to the people who participated in This Poll on My Twitter. I don’t know why I expected anything but this to win, honestly.
One of these days I’ll start a Patreon or something and I’ll put a high-res version of that image up.
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My God could it be?! A comic with only minimal copy-pasting!! Call the presses!
So this has been a pretty shitty week, huh? Convenient that I had a whole comic about retaining the hope to fight against impressive (and oppressive) forces already scripted. I hope you all make it through the difficult times to come, and want you to know that I will stand with you in whatever way I can. We may not have superpowers, but that doesn’t mean we have to succumb to the malevolent Nazis in real life. (MAN I wish that were a euphemism)
The barrel-of-monkeys-Rang thrown by MM smacked the Nazi super-gun out of his hand while cutting his palm, in case that’s not clear. I couldn’t get a speed effect to look quite right.
Vote for Kong Tower to see comic #32: Do Me a Favor: Tell the Audience About Me colorized.
This one was goddamn complicated.
Kong Tower #9: Unfortunate Power Combinations, a personal favorite, is up as a voting incentive in FULL COLOR! Click the box below to vote!
Oh my god I have been doing this for a whole year now. A year.
Three panels, and more characters drawn than any previous comic. Ugh.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT!: Bronze Guy. Brown Recluse. Battle Engine. Arachne. The Prophecy. Yellow…Leopard I guess. Uh (looks up characters from M*A*S*H) Hot Lips, wait shit seriously, no, uh Sharp…Eagle. Bald Eagle (they did not coordinate).
Tiny Man Quark. The Cold Warrior. Purple…Sorceress, sure why not. And Sergeant States!
Hope everyone enjoys Captain America out today! Hear it’s pretty good!
This is your final reminder that the colorized Kong Tower #7: Introducing, Super Douche! is up as a voting incentive!
This comic goes out to anyone and everyone who actually understood the art references in it. Also anyone who got the sci-fi reference in the last panel.
I don’t even have an excuse for skipping last week. I procrastinated, mostly by reading stupid horror stories on the internet. But hey, my first comic of the New Year! Yaaaaaaaay!
If you’ve payed any attention to this comic you should’ve figured that that guy would have shown up right after a comment like “He While E. Coyote’d me!”
Speaking of comments, feel free to leave one!
It’ll be a nice treat for me to have something other than spambot comments to delete. I’d appreciate your input!
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This comic was delayed for a number of very legitimate reasons, including, but not limited to: the Holiday season, starting a new job, back pain, and Girls With Slingshots.
I’ve simplified how I draw Arachne/Nancy’s hair in several of these panels (not that you can really tell with how dark it is). I originally intended her dreads to look spidery and it did not occur to me how freaking hard it would be to draw that every single time.
Cityscape in trick mural unabashedly (and badly) traced from this page of Strong Female Protagonist, otherwise known as the Tuesday-Friday Superhero webcomic much much much better than mine.
Vote for Kong Tower so I can continue to rip off far superior artists. (please no one sue me. I have NO moneys)
I swear to Gods this is supposed to be a Tuesday-updating comic. And it will be, at least for the next couple months since I’m off on winter break and can build up a buffer.
If you’ve ever met an artist who claims to have never swung around a T square as though it were a weapon, you have met a dirty goddamn liar. This guy’s physically based on a friend of mine, who will likely be able to identify himself, assuming he actually reads this. If so, Hey, been a while, hope you’re OK with it.
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Yeah, her power is that badass. Been looking forward to this strip for a while. Took more layers than usual but I like how it turned out.
And for those skeptics out there, yes that giant goddamn bird actually existed! And you should all thank your respective deities that that’s in the past tense.
We’re gonna get into a couple actual plot points shortly after this ([EDIT]: but not Tuesday 11/8, sorry, schoolwork. Check again Friday). I just like introducing lots and lots of awesome characters.
Oh look, it’s the first of the month! That means my Top Web Comics standing has just reset and you, my loyal fans, have the opportunity to vote me to the top (well, the lower middle)! Please, Vote for Kong Tower! You can do it every day, and that way it may get to the point that I’m not lying when I say I have fans!