Sorry about last week. Midterms.
But hey, 100 comics, baby! Big day for all of us. Mainly me though.
In retrospect I kinda wish the head looked more like it was moving towards the characters, but oh well. Ink is ink.
Celebrate this momentous occasion by voting with the button below! It’s free and you’ll get to see colorized version of Kong Tower #48: A Case of the Living Dead V. Almost done with those, not sure what I’m gonna put up there after.
Pre-colored version up now so I can say I updated on schedule, the fully-finished one and the voting incentive should be up later today. So if you don’t like beige just come back later. Even this I polished off late Monday night, so I’m gonna need to go to bed now. Vote, Bye.
[UPDATE]: Hey, colors! Also Comic #46: A Case of the Living Dead III is now up as a voting incentive through the button below, and I’m pretty happy with it, so… if you don’t mind? Oh, and I should have a comic up some time Friday for Logan, if you have ideas for a joke I could do on it, please don’t hesitate to contact me on my Twitter or other social media.
Sorry about the lateness. Classes have started and all. But hey, at least it’s a decent page, I like the depth I got with the shading.
And hey! you can Vote to see Kong Tower #44, not only actually scanned this time, but fully colored! It’s a pretty effing significant change given the original post was literally a poorly-taker photograph. So vote please!
These people are exceedingly casual about the whole Secret Identity thing. Then again, there is a wizard somewhere in the same room who wipes memories for a living.
Sorry I was late today, everyone, I am on break but things are busy and I am a master procrastinator.
Vote, vote, votey votey vote! You’ll get to see comic 40 in complete color!
Also remember you can see all the previous colorized comic incentives on Here on a MWF schedule.
You probably saw this coming from the last comic. I think that Bishie Sparkle panel came out really well, probably my best Aya drawing yet.
Oh by the way, I’m putting up all the old colorized voting incentives on a Tumblr, on a Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule, so if you missed any, or you just felt like reliving the Kong Tower experience on the schedule of webcomic with a competent artist, you can just follow that!
Oh, and Happy Holidays!
Speaking of colorized comics, Vote for Kong Tower to see comic #37: A Death in the Insults in full color!
He was very disappointed when he actually got to Earth and discovered that people were drawn in a completely different style. Also they usually wore clothes and generally objected to having them ripped off.
This may be the most juvenile joke I’ve done so far. And my third comic was a boob joke. You can probably guess where I’m going with this.
If I haven’t screwed up again, Kong Tower #36: What’s That in the Sky?! COLORIZED should be up as an incentive now. Please vote even if you don’t feel like seeing it particularly.
Hey, look it’s those guys from the Banner! They were supposed to have some sort of role in this comic, weren’t they?
Happy, Thanksgiving, everyone! I’m thankful for all you loyal readers. The fact that I could probably fit all of you at a dinner table is inconsequential. Have a great holidays!
Kong Tower #33: Super Spooky in full color is gonna be up as a voting incentive a little late today, don’t let that discourage you from voting!
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.
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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 fluid designed to crystalize in a hexagonal pattern, much like water, but to expand when frozen at a much more dramatic rate, which has a melting point of about 8 degrees celsius, thus coating its target in low-density “ice” when its spray intersects with the freeze-ray that’s also mounted on the firearm. The ice-goo squirter is really what distinguishes it from just being a laser that gives you hypothermia.
Vote for Kong Tower! Comic #17: Hero from the G(Olden) Age (which I’m really glad is the last comic that I didn’t already draw a cell-shading sheet for) is now up in FULL COLOR as an incentive! Click the banner to vote and see!
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 how that flaming car came out and you can’t see it because of the characters. Stupid characters! Why can’t you be as awesome as a flaming car falling from the sky?! (flaming car art inspired by this page of The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, in which the characters are as awesome as a flaming car falling from the sky)
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