Page six, NSFW obviously. Robin handcuffed to a headboard and getting fucked. I think I’ve waited my whole life to draw this page.
Page five, and now we’re at the point of well past NSFW. There are things going on in the dialog that aren’t apparent from the action, but I think as far as the general thrust (ha, thrust) of what’s going on on this page, I don’t have to explain too much, do I? If you’re confused about what’s happening here without me explaining it, go to your local library and look into what happens when two men love each other very much.
For the fifth panel, the script said a close-up of Robin’s dick, so I decided hey, close-up it is! And I made the largest panel on the page a huge dick shot. In the other panels, I tried to frame things to show the action best, not just to show off their dicks best, but Robin got that one panel of Mr. DeMille giving him what he asked for.
Anyway, I think there’s plenty of dick on the page. In the third panel, you can distinctly see the moment where the Dark Knight Rises. …Dark Knight Rises, get it? See what I did there? Oh, you saw, it just wasn’t clever? Well, whatever, fuck you all.
Step one: acquire plastic bags filled with air.
Step two: Cosplay Rob Liefeld’s Captain America.
Morbid Obsession- Part 10
And we’re finally back to actual comics!
You can find the start of the current storyline that this follows up on here.
This picks up the story of my frustration with/obsession with time, and takes it to jobs I’ve had in adulthood to make ends meet while I’m trying to be an artist. The time and money connection is going to be where Capitalist Pig comes back into the story, as the rabbit tries to think of new ways to monetize his creations.
Simultaneously, Rickets and Prester are going to run out of money, and Prester’s cocaine habit is going to lead them to some desperate measures. For long time readers of my comics, you’ll remember that a while ago Rickets and Prester cracked open Capitalist Pig, who’s a piggy bank, with a baseball bat, and they’ve been living off the money that poured out of him since, but it’s gonna run out eventually. Capitalist Pig, meanwhile, after being beaten with a baseball bat and robbed, has been plotting his way to get even.
As these comics often do, the storyline about the rabbit needing to learn to monetize his comics is turning out to be eerily reflective of my own life, because I really need to get money together for a new laptop. To that end, I’m going to start organizing some of the art that I’ve created, and some time this weekend I’m going to start making a listing for comics of which I’ll be selling the original art, so if you’re interested in that check back. I think I’m also going to put together some kind of offer to do original sketches of the characters for people who would like to donate to the Get Rick a New Computer fund and help these comics continue to come out in a timely fashion. So, if you’re interested in original pieces, check back, and if there are particular comics that you’d like the original art for, ask me and I’ll see if I have the art still!
I thought I should maybe blog about the progress of the next EP, to keep anyone who’s interested up to date and open the floor to any contributions people would like to put forward.
I’d really love this to be hugely collaborative. If there are any writers, musicians, artists or anyone who wants…
Comic book artist and all round nice bunny rabbit Rick Worley (who I am a HUGE fan of and whose work you should check out HERE: www.rickworley.com) DREW A PICTURE OF ME! HOW FUCKING EXCITING IS THAT?! If anyone would like to help me thank Rick, please send a picture of yourself to him in your underwear, bound and gagged, or dressed like a rabbit. He likes these things, and if you love me, you’ll be a good friend and do it.