Don't we all.
'Petit' being a reference to Le Petit Prince, which I only thought about halfway through the sketch
Hello, island
There's a river flowing through the ocean
Blown into prime factors
It's commonly known that too much perspective can be a downer.
I don't remember her name at all, but she fell asleep on the floor in front of me.
They are six-legged spiders
Mal, Simon, Wash, Zoe, River, Kaylee, Jayne, Inara, Book.
My most famous drawing, and one of the first I did for the site
Poisson distributions have no value over negative numbers
They're standing at the lip of the canyon, which isn't clear at all.
After reading Slashdot and BoingBoing, sometimes I have to go outside.
Just thought you should know
I went to a dinner where there was a full 10 minutes of Holy Grail quotes exchanged, with no context, in lieu of conversation.  It depressed me badly.
I once made an anniversary card for my then-girlfriend with this layout.
Sn = tin
I still wish it were true.
My brother had a ferret he loved which died since I drew this strip.  RIP.
Science joke.  You should probably just move along.
A whirlpool!
It's depressing how many of these are real shirts
I love the idea here, though of course it's not a great-quality drawing or scan.
That cat has some serious periodic components
Hell if I know
So he's saying that God thought Hitler's art was so bad that the Holocaust was an acceptable alternative.  It's no secret that the hat guy is closely based on Aram, from Men in Hats.
Some people haven't heard of the Donner Party.  They were pioneers who got stranded and likely resorted to cannibalism.
Too good not to happen.
A comic by my brother Doug, redrawn and rewritten by me
I think about self-reference a lot.  Example: this comment.
This is actually pencil on paper, just inverted and colored
I think it's the sheep zapping the cactus and not vice-versa
A leading expert characterized the situation as 'retarded'
I do this constantly
There used to be these ads, see . . .
For the moment it's a standoff
Like a beacon
I don't want to talk about it
David did this
This was actually drawn years before Red Spiders
This one makes me wince every time I think about it
There was no alt-text until you moused over
I'm a big fan of Kurt Halsey
I hope we can stop them
No more, no less
Well, she's pretty hot.
Of course, Penny Arcade has already mocked themselves for this.  They don't care.
The malaria party was David's idea
No two adjacent circles are the same color.
The only one of these games I really played was Area 51
Bonus points if you can identify the science in question
Even the identity matrix doesn't work normally
My first try at drawing a real face in years
Opening dialogue by Scott
Opening dialogue by Scott
Opening dialogue by Scott
The Super Bowl is actually an elaborate ruse, concocted by a shadowy group in the mid sixties for this purpose.  The 'watch it for the ads' addition was a master stroke.
I bet she gets you to mow the lawn, doesn't she?
Love and circuit analysis, hand in hand at last.
Just pretend you're kidding.
It hurts to be hit there, you know
This was an actual mock conversation between me and a friend at TGiF.  The waitress walked up around panel 5 and was somewhat put off.
Medium: Pencil on paper
Nothing personal, high schoolers.
The 8th panel is my favorite
Maybe I should've tried Wexler?
And then do it again in a moment now that they're out of Star Power
It was tricky.
A term coined by my friend Beth
A tribute to Buttercup Festival
This one is from the Red Belt collection, of 'medium' difficulty.
I find so much fun in language.