Posts Tagged ‘Back of the Envelope’

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #43 – Straight to the Easiest Joke

October 19, 2011

I am jealous of all my sister’s talk of book clubs, so I decided to make one for myself.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #42 – Coccoon

October 12, 2011

This joke cost me an arm and an arm and an arm and a leg.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #41 – How Should I Mark This One?

September 28, 2011

It also be one of the those brackets that indicates all of a section. This one: {. Which I used to call the Hitchcock symbol.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #40 – …And They’re Running Out of You!

September 21, 2011

Food is sometimes funny. Like a pie to the face.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #40 – Kung Fu Grip

August 22, 2011

Drew this on a whiteboard. I am so bored.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #39 – How’d That Happen?

June 13, 2011

Little do you all know all those plotholes and leaps of logic are part of my master plot and plan. It’ll all make sense when the strip ends. Maybe.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #38 – Something’s Knocking

June 6, 2011

Seriously, I need a job.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #37 – Batman Planned for the Slow Dance

May 30, 2011

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne would have loved to have seen Batman in his prom dress, but, you know, they were dead and all.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #36 – Sanest Man in the County

May 23, 2011

Dancing has been used to solve all the great conflicts in our history: World War II, The 100 Year War, whatever needed to be Stepped Up to.

Comic: Back of the Envelope – #35 – Can’t Be a Redneck Without a Defined Neck

May 16, 2011

I actually find the homespun, country musings of Mr. Jeffrey Foxworthy funny sometimes.