A Homeopathy Miracle! With Special Guest Bearman!on May 19, 2014 at 12:01 am
Hey everybody! As you can see, Bearman is a special guest in today’s comic. If you’re not familiar with Bearman, check him out here! Every year the creator of Bearman holds the Bearman Cartoons Charity Challenge. If you are a cartoonist and put him in your comic, he will make a charitable donation! So here he is! Thanks Bearman!
On another note, I mentioned recently that I was planning to take a break from GITM after this storyline ends. Well, it’s still going, and I have no idea how it will end. So, I guess there will be no break soon. And I certainly won’t be ending GITM completely. I enjoy it too much even though I don’t spend any time perfecting my drawings. I guess that’s just the way it is! Long live GITM!
Now the reason for my possible break from the comic is that I need to put more time into my ‘contemporary art’ and that I’d show you guys a bit of my work. Well, here is a drawing for y’all. It’s called Talia and Leviculus in the Garden of Inconcinum or How Shitty Relationships Start. Not sure I can ever show this anywhere, but I like it!
Just like my doctor when I was a kid. As soon as I got into his office, my illnesses dissipated.
Must’ve had some of this stuff in the room with him! 🙂
The potency is probably what turned Bearman’s hair green. Chuckles just won’t be the same mammal without his blowhole.
I know, he’ll almost be HUMAN now!
Looks like Talia and Leviculus have found true love
For the millisecond before the shit hits the – um – heads…
Hey, excellent drawing Chris!
I started laughing when the comic was loading and the first thing I saw was green hair. Well done! 😀
Bearman speaks! I love it! 🙂
I thought it was time! 🙂
That has to be a pretty valuable invention. Go Bearman!
Yes, I need to quickly patent it!
Awesome. Thanks so much. I like to think that I am some kind of believable expert in something hahah
You’re welcome, Bearman! And thank you!
That’s some potent potion! I knew Bearman was mixed up in all this!
Funny painting, Chris! The man is looking up Cupid’s a**!
Thanks, Joseph! 🙂
Without that hole, he’s whole again!
Cupid has done that to me more than a few times! This should be hanging next to Pietro Perugino’s St. Sebastian at the Louvre.
Yes, I agree! There needs to be more pencil crayon drawings at the world’s major museums! Thanks Mark! 🙂
It works before you take it?!?!? Then I’ll almost take two!
I Od’d on them today. No blowholes on my back! 🙂