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Happy Halloween!

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2002 5:07 pm
by Kellogg
Inspired by some odd discussions here, I just finished a little extra bit for Halloween tomorrow. :D

Happy Halloween, Folks! Enjoy the monster movies! 8)

And remember, if you want a really good laugh out of the Godzilla movies, keep the closed captioning on. :D

Scott

Have a Safe Halloween

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2002 7:08 pm
by ZOMBIE USER 7666
My Halloween will be spent visiting my mother-in-law in South Carolina for a whole week--now that's frightening.

I'll be offline (Nov 1 - 7, 2002). Behave yourselves... :D

Re: Have a Safe Halloween

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2002 8:14 pm
by Kellogg
whitepony wrote:My Halloween will be spent visiting my mother-in-law in South Carolina for a whole week--now that's frightening.


Oh dear... is she...

a nightmare...?

:wink:

Scott

Re: Have a Safe Halloween

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2002 10:29 pm
by Mako
whitepony wrote:My Halloween will be spent visiting my mother-in-law in South Carolina for a whole week--now that's frightening.

I'll be offline (Nov 1 - 7, 2002). Behave yourselves... :D


Hopefully you'll be around for tomarrow, Scott's cooked up something eveeel that I think your gonna get a gas out of :)

CYa!
Mako

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2002 10:39 pm
by Batty den
I'll be spending my Hallowe'en wondering where it came from. We didn't do Hallowe'en here until after ET showed. I was always puzzled by the Charlie Brown special when I was young. I had no idea what it was all about. :o

batty

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2002 11:07 pm
by Mako
batty den wrote:I'll be spending my Hallowe'en wondering where it came from. We didn't do Hallowe'en here until after ET showed. I was always puzzled by the Charlie Brown special when I was young. I had no idea what it was all about. :o

batty


You mean the Speilberg movie ET kick started Halloween in OZ???

Stunning what you learn in the forums :)

CYa!
Mako

PS: Whatever you do, don't <a href="http://www.caspeed.com/macrofox/">Click Here</a> :D

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2002 1:21 am
by Batty den
Mako wrote:
You mean the Speilberg movie ET kick started Halloween in OZ???



Pretty much, yeah. It was practically non-existant and almost unheard of until then. My minimal exposure was through the occasional special on telly and vague rumours from people who visited the US. Then, after ET, everyone sort of got it and over the next few years we started seeing a hallowe'en tradition. (For very small values of tradition.)

Stunning what you learn in the forums :)


It is, innit! :)

den

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2002 5:38 am
by Kellogg
For some reason, my brouser choked on the PNG file,
so I switched a GIF in it's place. Not sure why.
Probably just Photoshop and Internet Explorer arguing.

Interesting! So Spielberg was successful in exporting
Halloween! Neat! :D

The world could use a bit of celebration of fantasy and
monster movies and costumes and chocolate candy
for kids. 8)

Scott

Happy Howl-oween

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2002 10:34 am
by Legene
Neat pic! I was wondering where all those second-hand interociters had gotten to. :wink:

Very Interesting Assistant

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2002 2:15 am
by ZOMBIE USER 7666
Thank you Scott...that was just to funny. :D

And now I see that Jack has asked for a Red Rubber Ball to chew on?

ROTFLOL! "I love it!"

PS: I'll be back in a week's time. :)

Re: Very Interesting Assistant

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2002 2:31 am
by Icefox
whitepony wrote:And now I see that Jack has asked for a Red Rubber Ball to chew on?


Oh, it's better than you think. Read the alt tag and you'll discover that Scott has managed to work, not one, but <a href="http://www.mzzkiti.com/tech04.htm">TWO</a> obscure inside-jokes into one comic strip! :wink:

...now if only you could have worked in a pun or Monty Python gag also, I think you would have been elegable for the Web Cartoonist Hall of Fame. :D

Re: Very Interesting Assistant

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2002 8:39 am
by Legene
Icefox wrote:
whitepony wrote:And now I see that Jack has asked for a Red Rubber Ball to chew on?


Oh, it's better than you think. Read the alt tag and you'll discover that Scott has managed to work, not one, but <a href="http://www.mzzkiti.com/tech04.htm">TWO</a> obscure inside-jokes into one comic strip! :wink:

...now if only you could have worked in a pun or Monty Python gag also, I think you would have been elegable for the Web Cartoonist Hall of Fame. :D


Does anyone worry that webcomics may be part of a clandestine attempt by unicorn protection devices (the red rubber ball, shown on the cover of the Gneech's Never Never collection "Childproof the Unicorns," and oft-discussed in Freefall forums) bent on world domination?

Well you should! I've finally found the secret memos and e-mails they've been exchanging. Tell everyone before it's too late! We must.... aaaarrrrgh.

Our.. er, my apologies, that was all a typo. All is well. Please continue, citizens.

Re: Very Interesting Assistant

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2002 1:02 pm
by Kellogg
Icefox wrote:...now if only you could have worked in a pun or Monty Python gag also, I think you would have been elegable for the Web Cartoonist Hall of Fame. :D


Well she is seated in a very comfy chair... :wink:

Scott

PostPosted: Fri Nov 01, 2002 10:48 pm
by ZOMBIE USER 8834
batty den wrote:I'll be spending my Hallowe'en wondering where it came from.

I put some history on Halloween here...
http://forums.keenspot.com/viewtopic.php?t=46262

-=TK