Time to get out and walk.
Don’t think Ben will wait much longer, I wouldn’t 🙂
Glad you like it.
I like the “poot, poot, poot” in the second panel. 🙂
Actually it’s ‘doot doot doot’ – at least… that was my impression what sound it would make if you punched something in on a touch screen.
Oh, hah. I thought it was the car’s sound since I also read it as poot and imagined it to be the sound a puny engine makes.
I snickered at Mojo looking down at the pedals. 😀
Good job getting over the writer’s block, and I hope the smoking arc won’t be left hanging for too long.
Hahaha. That’s also a way to read it. I see how you read it 🙂
I don’t know if I will be revisiting the smoking-arc soon, for me the guys where now done with smoking and I need to get forward with the comic 🙂
i like the joke! It made me laugh. Sorry you got all blocked up writing it. That happens to me sometimes. I hate it.
Well… after HOURS of thinking, I’m rather surprised I got this as my end result. Really love the joke myself too. And having that writersblock is the most frustrating part of creation. Really annoying!
It is very satisfying to come up with that good idea after struggling with the writers block, though!
It feels awesome! And this comic being the result is really wonderful.
clutch? what’s a clutch? :0P
also, even if my electronics don’t make sounds, I’ll gladly make the “doot doot” sound effect FOR them. In fact, I’ll say “doot” to myself as I click “post comment”
P.S. glad the Alliance and myself could be of help!! I love all those little writer’s block tricks like I laid out in the article :0)
Hahaha… I often make sound effects. I don’t even notice making them. Other people do though 😛
And the article on the Webcomic Alliance really helped me. It gave me some other options to get that writers block out of the way 🙂
This is going to be a very interesting drive!
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