In a special GIANT SIZE episode of the podcast, a true rarity occurs: the Gentlemen actually discuss the comic! Join us as we take a look back and share our thoughts on our favorite comics and also discuss the future of the comic (spoiler alert: the comic ends on Thursday). So laugh and cry with us as we head towards Thursday’s grand finale!
Darrel Troxel is a bastard that I met on the Twitter. At first I knew him as a funny man that entertained me with random tweets about dongs and the such. Later I found that this man wasn’t just a Twitter slut but he was also a talented podcaster (the now defunct the Art of Zen) as well as having a web comic called That Comic Thing. The guy has a website showcasing the many things he chooses to do. Go forth and look at what this funny man offers. Also he’s right. I am too metal for this shit.
Today’s farewell art comes to us from The Code Crimson! In case you aren’t familiar with their comic, it’s an ongoing sci-fi story filled with plenty of intrigue and action. And if you enjoy your sci-fi action with a side of espionage, then this is a comic for you. They have been great supporters of our work over the last few years, and it’s an honor to present this work to you!
A ravenous horde of obscure gentlezombies are on the attack! Look out!
It was super fun working on this. Glad I was able to participate in your last hurrah. I am so grateful for all the support and kindness and just pure awesome you have bestowed upon Lisa and me. We appreciate everything, and we’ll miss your comic so much! I’m especially gonna miss your hilarious podcasts, or are you keeping those going? Because you should! Hope you’ll be sticking around the interwebs, and if you ever want to work on something together, I’d love to get involved.
Thanks again, Elizabeth!
Travis “The Pinch Hitter” Kennedy
Today, we have a special farewell from Roland Perez the artist, creator, writer, and lord of Metal Jaw Comics Z & G. I’ve been reading his comic for awhile and I love this bastard. I feel honored to have someone like Roland treat our farewell with such dignity and it makes me feel good to have belonged to a community such as this. I also look forward to having my own statue one day.