Pull on your black armbands, lower your veils, don your mourning wizards robes, for this episode we say goodbye to Max. Is he a failed stage magician, a trusted confidant, or a restauranteur of questionable skill? Was he the only being capable of keeping the forces of evil at bay? Is that his…
i’m trying to do some sketchbooks sketches again. i’ve been really bad at keeping up with it for years now. this is based on a vivian maier photo.
For this episode, the Aluminum Four are pleased to be joined by a special guest, cartoonist and podcaster Alex Robinson, for a discussion of the creepiest SbtB episode yet, in which Zack literally brainwashes people into liking him.
Hearts are traded like cards, Screech dresses like a woman…
The world goes topsy-turvy as Kelly falls for >gasp< Screech! But more importantly, it’s the first appearance of Kevin, Screech’s sentient robot, because he can apparently build those. Plus, spit takes and elaborately shitty teaching models!
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Zack wants a dirt bike, Screech wrestles Needik’s nipples, and Slater >gasp< takes up cooking in episode nine. Download it here.
Also, a quick housekeeping note: we know the sound quality on these early episodes has been variable at best, shitastic at worst. We are working to improve it…
Portrait tribute to Maxine Greene. Greatest mentor to my greatest mentors. A brilliant mind, a long, accomplished life.
This week, we’re excited to be joined by comedian Amy Miller, for the episode in which Zack dresses up in drag to get a science project from Screech, Slater really seems to like it, and we have a downright epic conversation about Mr. Belding’s bathroom habits.
So excited to have a back-up story in Shutter #1, which is shipping tomorrow from Image comics! Shutter is Joe Keatinge’s new series, so it’s pretty much guaranteed to be amazing!
I originally wrote and drew this 4-page back-up story for Hell Yeah! but that book has had some delays so Joe was kind enough to run it in the first issue of his new series instead. He told me that I could do anything I wanted as long as it was self-contained so I cooked up a little humor story about giant monsters.
The coloring is by my great friend Catherine Peach, who is an amazing comics artist in addition to being a fantastic colorist.