The first part of this comic, the science part, is based on real life. The rest of it isn't, and I don't know how upset I really need to be about that.

I don't want you to be worried that we're trying to corner the market on" science + sex = funny" comics; we're not. But sometimes the funny is stored in your brain like veins of gold, and they run through the same cortices as one another. Or something. It's a theory I'm working on.

Speaking of neurology (I was, right?) there's a fascinating article on the other side of this link about people who can't see faces. They literally don't recognize them as things.

This isn't about science of any kind, but it is funny and humbly offers some perspective. The comments are still turned on, but I don't know how long before the Internet actually collapses under the weight of Star Wars nerds and people who think it's stupid and can't wait to tell all of us.


Sometimes we make a comic and I find it funny. Sometimes, not so much. And then sometimes, we're right in that middle area where I can see why it's funny, but for some reason I'm not getting there. It's usually about that time that I realize we're not the only people capable of writing jokes.

Which brings us to another, "Hey, brosef. See if you can out-joke us. Here's some art. Maybe use that, ok, brosef?" or HBSIYCO-JUHSAMUTOB.

I'll get us started.

Here's your template, funny guy.

Email 'em to me and I'll put 'em up.