Thursday, April 30, 2009
But seriously folks... based on his performance in the fight, I'm guessing they ran his name through the computer and found out that he's actually Glass Joe, the famous boxer from Paris, France who faced Little Mac in the minor circuit! With a record of 1-99, he's famously quoted, "Watch the jaw, don't hit the jaw!"
Sorry Glass Joe: you can run, but you can't hide.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
I do like Margo attempting to gain control of the situation though. Point that finger, girl.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Anyway, we can all have a good laught at Bucket Head... everyone but Tommie, that is. She's still bummed about the state of her love triangle.
Is it just me, or do Taser Lady and Bucket Head make a handsome couple?
Monday, April 27, 2009
Hahaha! Ha... ahh. I'm starting to kind of feel bad for Joe. It's all fun and games when you're being whacked with an umbrella, but those heavy-duty cleaning agents will probably impair his vision for life. Even Margo is sort of like, "Whoa, Ruby..."
Of course, I only feel bad for him because this is Apartment 3-G, and I knew he was never really going to hurt Tommie. Way too dark. Joe probably wouldn't know what to do if he hadn't been attacked on all sides. This is Apartment 3-G, not Funky Winkerbean.
Actually, I like this interpretation from Dean's Comic Booth better than my own... the quacking is what really gets me.
Friday, April 24, 2009
Well of course it was going to be the Bar Spray, it's the only thing in the cabinet that's properly labeled. And it has the power to turn aggressive coworkers into ghosts! .....nnnnnnnot really sure how that will help Tommie, but it sure is cool.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Between the world-weary expression and the period punctuating "scrubbin'", I get the feeling Ruby has seen more than I ever will. If I'm lucky. Oh Ruby! Why are you so sad about your door?
Unless... unless "My door could use a good scrubbin'" is some kind of slang?
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
As Joe turns more and more comically evil, Tommie looks more disappointed than anything else. Even with the kids and the harpy ex-wife, Joe would've made an exciting alternative to, uh... what's his face, Gary? Yeah, Gary. Now she's gonna have to stick with that creepy nerd. Ohhh well.
Friday, April 17, 2009
Hoo boy. When I originally thought about making this blog, I thought it would all be dope addictions and artistic ghosts. I didn’t know I’d step into a drama rife with finger pointing and fist shaking. To be fair, I could’ve never anticipated how long Tommie would maintain her own storyline.
I do like that Apartment 3-G takes almost extreme measures to make sure you remember everyone’s name. “Hi Joe. Your children, Kenley and Tyler, are with their mother.” “Are you referring to Vicki? Are you, Tommie??” “Don’t you shake your fist at me, Joe!” Heh. Like Tommie would ever say that.
The picture frame mysteriously floats around the room… and I bet Margo decided on that black accent wall.