Well, that didn’t take long. Just added to my comics page, and now good-bye.
Adding this to my reading list. Looks like this is going to get good.
The previous comic was #246 on the Perry Bible Fellowship web site, and this one is #97, so I guess they’re being chosen in random order.This one has profanity, but I’m assuming that the ones with nudity or sexual references will be left out.e.g. “Cupid Mistake”, “The Agronox”, “Caring for Your Turtle”, “Love Wizard”, or “Zarflax”.
Astronaut ice cream!!!
I’m sorry, I just have to…
DON’T LET GO, GEORGE CLOONEY!!!
very thought provoking but so dark..
I guess the awards weren’t for being funny or clever. Maybe the coloring style?
Strange but mediocre!
I think I’m going to like this one.
I can’t believe GoComics let this one fly (S-bomb)!
Snowflakes are people! (Apologies to soylent green)
Damn this strip is dark! I like it!
Since when does a “Bible Fellowship” (of whatever name) use language like this?! I’m not coming back!
Hahahahaha — ah, the unintended humor of the unsuspecting is as funny as the PBF itself.
The astronaut would not actually fall directly like that. If he let go of whatever he was holding on to, he would continue in orbit along with the spacecraft due to Newton’ first law (inertia). Things in orbit eventually do fall to earth and burn up due to friction with the atmosphere, but this would take a long time, especially considering the high altitude portrayed in the comic. It could be a female astronaut, in which case change the he to she. And yeah, I know, I must be a real doofus/nerd/dweeb to point out physics inconsistensies in the funnies. It’s my service to mankind.
Um… Penny, this strip isn’t by Max… Sunny Street is.
No one cares. : )
Gee – some readers are leaving. Now the rest of us feel really bad … hahahahaha.
I dunno. Were you censored when you said it?
Wow; talk about product placement. Not intentional, I know, but being right next to Pearls Before Swine: that’s how I found this.Reminds me of the 60s band “The Beau Brummels”; they chose that name in part because it put them next to “The Beatles” in the record racks.
Ash does not taste like snow…
First panel also describes this strip . . .
Two strips in the last month. Given the fact that all of these are already out on PBF’s own website, it’s hard to understand why they’re being deployed so slowly here…
Great comic today, except for one word. I would have shared this one everywhere, except for one word. Ruined it. Grow up already.
OK, so this is apparently NOT a christian comic strip. Was the name just to troll people? If so, well-done. :-/