It's important to use every part of the bacon. I think this candle was actually the prototype for a later one? John, Conrad? Confirm or deny ... !
We're getting our taxes ready today! It's the worst! So Yuko did this quick comic, here you go, no explanations you just gotta believe.
As mentioned on Tuesday, the Cat-mera charms are up for sale in the store! And they are disappearing quickly, you guys surprised us. Take a look:
This comic is sooo gross, I can't even look at it. Clean yourself up, cat.
Hope you guys liked Pony Cop! If you didn't, no need to worry - we've got no plans to revisit it. Some of you mentioned continuity problems - I was surprised! I thought expectations of a buddy cop film featuring a talking pony would be appropriately low.
We had a good time in Wisconsin - thank you to the con director Rez and all of the lovely staff for making our stay a good one. Next show: MoCCA!
It's a good thing those two worked out their differences. With explosions. Which is how men have communicated with one another since time immemorial. Now that they've bonded, they can get on with their mission, which was ... what was it? Does it matter? Time to punch some crooks. With bullets.
I hope you guys are reading the alt text on these comics. Yuko worked really hard on them.
Pony Cop originally appeared alongside comics from Svetlana Chmakova, TK Labus, and Leisl Adams in a pony-themed collection called Pony Rock. I think we agreed and forgot to ask what the theme was - when I found out I wasn't sure what to do. I don't actually know a lot about ponies or pony nostalgia or pony culture. But I know buddy cop films! It's been about a year and all the copies are long since sold, so we figured we'd share it with you guys.