MythTickle by Justin Thompson

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  1. chairump

    chairump GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    Dems didn’t want to be called “reds” …

  2. SCAATY_423

    SCAATY_423 said, over 5 years ago

    Before Dziva was wearing her cool skull headdress?

  3. mntim

    mntim GoComics PRO Member said, over 5 years ago

    You don’t want to feed ducks Wonder Bread, or any white bread. It mashes down in the crop and just sits there. It’s called crop compaction. Ducky can die.

  4. prrdh

    prrdh said, over 5 years ago

    mntim, if they had just listened to Rambam they wouldn’t cause this kind of trouble.

  5. MisngNOLA

    MisngNOLA said, over 5 years ago

    I was in downtown Boise Idaho and I saw a duck. I knew the duck was lost, because ducks aren’t supposed to be downtown. There’s nothing for ‘em there. So I went to a Subway sandwich shop. I said, “Let me have a bun.” She wouldn’t sell me just the bun, she said it had to have something on it. She said it’s against Subway regulations to sell just the bun. I guess the two halves aren’t supposed to touch. So, I said, “All right, put some lettuce on it.” “That’ll be $1.75!” I said, “It’s for a duck!” “Oh, then it’s free.” I did not know that. Ducks eat for free at Subway! Had I known that, I would have ordered a much larger sandwich. “Let me have the steak fajita sub, and don’t bother ringing it up - it’s for a duck! There are six ducks out there, and they all want Sun Chips!”

    Mitch Hedberg, RIP.

  6. MisngNOLA

    MisngNOLA said, over 5 years ago

    Mitch again with more about ducks and bread.

    I find that a duck’s opinion of me is influenced by whether or not I have bread. A duck loves bread, but he does not have the capability to buy a loaf. That’s the biggest joke on the duck ever. If I worked at a convenience store, and a duck came in and stole a loaf of bread, I would let him go. I’d say, “Come back tomorrow, bring your friends!” When I think of a duck’s friends, I think of other ducks. But he could have, say, a beaver in tow.

  7. whitecarabao

    whitecarabao said, over 5 years ago

    Chikuku, yes, the late, great master, Vaughn Bode, is clearly a strong influence on Jason’s style, and Jason is a worthy student. Jason has taken the lessons of Vaughn Bode and molded his own, unique creations.

    Jason, perhaps you would like to “illuminate” us on the influences in your art (and ART it is!)

    This has triggered thoughts about my favorite past masters: Hal Foster, Carl Barks (who was inspired by Hal Foster), Milton Caniff, Vaughn Bode…and the list goes on. Carl Barks, by the way gets crediting for influencing at least one person in an entirely different field – Archaeologist Robert Carr told me that the Donald Duck adventures by Carl Barks were one of the things that got him interested in archaeology.

  8. bmonk

    bmonk said, over 5 years ago

    MisngNOLA, if a duck stole a loaf of bread, you could always put it on his bill…

  9. runar

    runar said, over 5 years ago

    I lived at an apartment complex that had a vampire duck. People would wake up and find that their loaf of bread had been drained of its insides during the night, leaving a hollow crust.

    We all feared the nocturnal visits of Count Quackula.

  10. mythtickle

    mythtickle said, over 5 years ago

    As I’ve said many times, Vaughn Bode’ is my favorite and most influential cartoonist of all of ‘em. His work made me want to be a cartoonist from the first time I saw it, when I was about 9 years old.

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