May 10th, 2011

Mountain Time 265

UPDATE:

In keeping with what seems to be the theme for the month of May, Thursday’s comic is running behind schedule.

In case you missed it last week, I wrote about the then-yet-to-occur Kentucky Derby, which went ahead and occurred Saturday. So read it now if you like being all timey wimey:

This is not a review of the 1972 film Night of the Lepus. Sorry.

Plus, the menu to the right now has a link to the new Reviews page, which will hopefully start getting longer soon.

Oh, and if you missed it several times over the past few months, there are T-shirts:

Shirts suitable for everyone with a torso.

^ 6 Comments...

  1. minorstepstairs

    THERE ARE T-SHIRTS?!?!?!

  2. Dav

    the dimetrodon is certain a surprise, if not supplies

  3. ColdFusion

    Whoa, that last panel.. I love it.. I’ll ponder it a while.
    When I was a dumb little kid it seemed like spinosaurs were just standing-up dimetrodons but theyre really not.

  4. Golden Joe

    Man, you’d think that John Lithgow would have a say in being the eyes of an unholy monster.
    The Great One said it, not me.

  5. isto

    Minorsteps: CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!?!

    Dav: Bacon is always supplies.

    Cold: The fancy goose in the last panel is more closely related to a spinosaur than the dimetrodon is! I think…

    Joe: What makes you think that wasn’t John Lithgow’s idea?

  6. The Soul of a Very Confused and Sligtly Mad Ocelot

    Reinforcing interior walls is very important for keeping zombies out of *any* building!
    Exterior walls are extremely overrated.

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