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28 Dec 2007   10:56:01 pm
Happy Polly-Days!
The march of the holidays continues!

We'll be getting back to our normal posting schedule after this little festive walk is done.

In the meantime, we have a special holiday posting for you!



Season's greeting to everyone from the DI crew!

We hope you all have a grand blast!
(In the most non-explosive way possible!)

[B.A.]
Category : Comic Posted By : B.A.
16 Dec 2007   09:45:41 pm
New Doctor Insano Comic: Dorm Daze: Virtue Bracelet
The good doctor loves his kids as much as any other parent. Like many other parents, he’s taken steps that will hopefully keep the halos of his little angels shining brightly forevermore. Well, as brightly as anyone’s halo can be after that mad hormone filled rush through puberty and adolescence we all go through. And while he’s too busy to stalk them, or monitor all the places they go, or even snoop through their cell phone calls, that doesn’t mean won’t conjure up an aid or two to help maintain their virtue. And what sort of item could a scientist that keeps a five story robot and a mini-mech in his basement enlist? One can only wonder… Or they could just look at this strip here!

Watch those thoughts!

[B.A.]
Category : Comic Posted By : B.A.
10 Dec 2007   07:20:48 pm
New Doctor Insano Comic: Dorm Daze: Idiot Missile!
New Comic Here!

Here's an example of why some good ideas are not such good ideas. Well, at least those good ideas you get when you are having a fit of rage. We all know everything, don't we? And doesn't that knowledge get us into trouble at times? Too bad it's so difficult to share your wisdom with someone else who insists on being right! Road rules. Read the comic. If you’ve ever been behind the wheel, you’ll understand!

Enjoy!

[B.A].
Category : Comic Posted By : B.A.
03 Dec 2007   09:11:59 pm
New Doctor Insano Comic: Dorm Daze: Moving Day!
New Comic HERE

Hey everyone! We have a new Doctor Insano comic for you! Look on as the Doctor's son helps prepare the Captain's son to get ready for that most wonderful and anxious moment of life: moving out of your parents place, and going off to college! Good thing John already has a year on him!

Hang around, more to come shortly!

We promise!

Sorta...

[B.A.]
Category : Comic Posted By : B.A.
18 Nov 2007   06:05:12 pm
NEW NPT COMIC AND BLOG: The Tale of The Cereal Killer
NEW NPT COMIC: Full sized comic here.

Forum here.

The Tale of The Cereal Killer

Chaucer it is not.

Seems almost like a Beowulf spoof, but it’s not that either. Or mebbe it is.

Take it how you may
And however you like
All it really is
Is just a day in life.




Tale of The Cereal Killer

One morning, I was yanked out of the dreamscape of my slumber by the ringing of my apartment doorbell. As the morning fog lifted from my eyes, and gears once again began to click and clank in grey of my brain, I tried to speculate who would dare wake me at the ungodly hour of eleven A.M.

I assumed initially that it would be the Post. I was expecting a package, and occasionally, though rarely, a postal employee would actually make an attempt to deliver a package to my homestead, instead of just leaving me a pink note telling me to go fetch something at the post office myself. I scrambled for a shirt, tried but failed to find my hat, and hurried to my apartment entrance. As I reached down to turn the knob to open the door, it dawned on me that the day was Sunday… and that the Post didn’t run on Sundays.

Looking forward out through the empty door frame, my eyes only met empty space. Glancing downwards, they were met by three other pairs of eyes, attached to young tikes from a few doors down; two young girls and a boy, all with inquisitive looks upon their faces. The tallest girl, which I assumed to be the eldest, then put forth one of the most bizarre questions I had ever had someone seriously direct towards me.

“Excuse me sir”, she began. “We’re looking for crime. Do you know any serial killers?”

Now, as I mentioned previously, it was still a bit early in the day for me. The gears of my brain were still running a few clicks and clanks behind, and my thoughts were still trying to sync up with my mental reasoning centers. My first thought was: Did I forget to hide the bodies? Then another gear turned and I realized I hadn’t killed anyone, ever. No bodies to hide then. Then I recalled a memory from my childhood about a joke from a children’s joke book whose punch line was a pun about people who ate cereal being serial killers.

“Ah!” I thought next they are going to ask me if my refrigerator is running or something like that.

So, being clever, I smugly looked down at the tallest girl and replied “You don’t mean people who eat cereal, do you?”

She and her friends shook their heads “no” in unison, with a slight look of puzzlement crossing their collective faces, as if they didn’t get the joke. I began to wonder if they really were serious!

The eldest girl again addressed me with another question.

“Sir, do you have any newspaper?”

I told her honestly “no”. My employer had recently started getting the paper at the office and I no longer bought it myself. No longer did I have stacks of paper that kept missing their dates with the recycling tubs, and ended up getting hitched with the trash bin.

Then she asked “Do you any other kind of paper?”

“Printer paper. Would that be ok?” I offered, which was odd for me to do because I generally didn’t offer anything to random groups of people or kids asking me for stuff at my door. I didn’t even give it much though, just did it. Like I said, it was early.

She looked at her fellow investigators, they nodded, and she told me that would be ok.

So I shut my door, walked over to the laser printer in my home office, grabbed a few sheets of paper from the tray, and walked back to the door. I handed the paper to the children who eagerly accepted it, offered thanks, and then scurried away.

And that was it. Well almost.

Later that day as I was walking to my car, I ran across the two girls again. They were still holding the sheets of printer paper I given them, but they had since drawn on them. As I passed the eldest child I stopped briefly and asked:

“Did you find your serial killer?”

She looked at me with a slightly puzzled expression and shook her head no.

I then asked again, “You’re not looking for someone who eats cereal, right?”

They both said “No”, and then ran off again with their paper.

Very odd, very odd indeed.

And no, for the record, I know no serial killers. At least, I hope I don’t, haven’t, and that I will never have that future pleasure. If they had wanted a cereal killer though, in me, one they would have found. Of that I keep plenty, even though I only get a chance to down it on the weekend.

That’s right. No bodies to bury, but I do have several stale cereal boxes that need to be put in the ground, and be properly buried!

Wonder just how long these Mini-Wheats really stay fresh?...

[B.A.]
Category : Comic Posted By : B.A.
 
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