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Published: 21st Oct 2014, 5:42 PM


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woohooligan 21st Oct 2014, 5:42 PM
woohooligan Happy Halloween! Since this is comic #200, I wanted to do something special this week and I decided to pause the cameo appearances. There are still 4 more cameos coming up over the next few comics. :D Also I think this is still keeping with the Halloween theme. I'd had this idea for a while, but it wasn't until I sat down to draw it that I decided to make the monster Cthulhu, but now that I've done it, I realize how appropriate this is, given that the sleeping Cthulhu is supposed to influence the dreams of men. :D

There's more Cthulhu and there are boobs in this weeks bonus panel. I say this just in case you work in a place where boobs aren't work-safe. ;P

All the alt endings and bonus panels will be made available after we finish the Kickstarter rewards and launch our Patreon page!

But since this is comic 200, I also drew up this handy little flow-chart for you to enjoy! :D

Also, although the comics will always be free, I'd like to remind you hooligans that donations are always appreciated! However if you don't have any extra to spare, you can always help out by sharing a few of the comics with your friends on Twitter or Facebook or even in person, say, down at the pub or, I dunno... the next time you and your friends rob a grave. ;P

Stay awesome, hooligans!
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Tony McGurk 23rd Oct 2014, 12:30 PM
Tony McGurk I had a similar comic idea the other day with a shark fishing for a man & using a burger as bait.
Take the balloon kid take the balloon. Maybe he should use popcorn as berley
woohooligan 23rd Oct 2014, 9:43 PM
woohooligan Thanks, Tony!

Yeah, that's a good question... what would he chum with? Candy corn maybe. :D

I think I might have seen a newspaper comic featuring some sea-creature fishing for people... I don't think I've ever seen Cthulhu at the other end of the line, but y'know, I often come across others' works that are similar to themes in mine.
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