No color for right now, I’ll fix that soon, just wanted to get something up while it was still Tuesday. [[EDIT]] Now in Color! And Other Stuff! Yaaaay!
Next week is a fourth of July comic, followed by a comic for Spider-Man: Homecoming, so that should be fun. I’ll get those in on time I promise. In the meantime, please vote to show your support for Kong Tower, using the button below. Or give me money with the tip jar link in the menu. These are your two options.
I give Strong Lass all the best lines.
I’m hoping to have a comic up on Friday for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (which looks frickin’ sweet), but given I have a cold, and I’m writing this on Monday night, I’m being realistic in saying it might be late.
Please to be making with the voting. I needs the votes. Thanks you.
Well, I’m 36 hours late, but at least it’s up. Happy International Women’s day everyone. Here’s the woman I give all my best quips to.
Vote to see Kong Tower #47: A Case of the Living Dead IV, or: More Zombie-Sci Exposition!
This one was a lot of work but I really like who it came out. Look at all that action. All those muscles. All those Nazis gettin’ punched in various parts.
It’s late when I’m putting this up. Vote for me. You’ll see… something.
Happy New Year! Thought I’d start out 2017 the way we should all aspire to spend it: taking action against the actual goddamn Nazis threatening our society. Give to good causes, walk in marches, make your voice heard to your local representatives, but please, don’t jump off any buildings (unless you’re REALLY sure it’ll help).
Voting for Kong Tower on Top Web Comics will NOT help others in any way, but I encourage you to do it anyway as an alternative to leaping off buildings. You’ll get to see Kong Tower #39: Merry Christmas from the Mental Ward (I know, should’ve been last week) in full color!
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.
So yeah, those are the two main different types of superpowers in this world. Basically it’s the difference between Mutants and Mutates as described here, except the Mutants always have powers that don’t break the laws of physics in really obvious ways. That’s enough text-heavy world-building for now.
Vote to see Kong Tower #30: An Ode to Punching Bad-Guys colorized! (That guy isn’t a Curio or an Aberrant. He’s just absurdly badass.) (This is actually up now. Sorry for the delay, I just liked looking at that one from last week. All shiny.)
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 Deadpool comic.
Been a while since we’ve seen Gene, aka the Super-Douche. He’s fun. In a sadistic writer kind of way.
Vote on TWC to see Kong Tower #21: I’ve Run Out of Spider-Man Lines to Parody in full color this week only! Well, until I pass comic 30 on that and put the past ten all up on my various social media. Like I’ll be doing today with the last 10. But please vote anyway by clicking the button below!
As I mentioned in lieu of a comic on Tuesday, the computer on which I do all my photoshopping has crapped out, leaving me without a readily available way to shade, color, or even scan a comic. But I couldn’t pass up the chance to make a Deadpool comic, so you get one with just lines, no value, hand-written text, which I essentially just photographed with my hand-me-down phone and messed with the color on, but which has far above my usual level of gratuitous violence to make up for that.
Yes, my Deadpool Ersatz is a heavy-set young woman. But anyone who knows about Deadpool will tell you this is hardly a stretch as far as alternate versions of Deadpool go. I didn’t really conceive of her character as a version of Deadpool, but as I was reviewing my roster of planned characters, I realized she was close enough to work for this. She’s snarky, and has an impressive healing factor (which actually stems from her ability to convert one type of bodily cell into another, allowing her to turn her plentiful body fat into super-dense muscle), and she’s one of the wackier characters I’ve come up with.
Everybody enjoy Deadpool this weekend. Me, I’ll be seeing it on Sunday because I’m a pathetic loser who can’t get a date and this movie and the free admit slip I got from when I saw a fire-alarm interrupted Jurassic World is my consolation prize from the Universe.
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