The Comeback Kid, also known as Homestar Runner, has a new update for the 3rd April Fool's Day in a row!
What's that? You say you missed out on Record Store Day 2015? No prob, Bob: Homestar Runner has you covered. [YT] And if you missed the Brothers Chaps' April 1st 2015 shindig, they've gotcha covered there, too [YT].
Announced today by Strong Bad Actual, there's a new Homestar Runner cartoon. (As was foretold earlier this year!) You have a choice of watching it on their site or on YouTube. [more inside]
Homestar Runner is back. The Brothers Chaps have added new content to homestarrunner.com for the first time since 2010.
Al Gore invented the Internet, so that one day we could have the glory that is the mashup of Daft Punk's Random Access Memories and Strongbad's Fhqwhgads. via A.V. Club (SLYT)
This year marks a decade of Strong Bad Emails, sent from Strong Bad's desk. Next to his computer sits a box of floppy discs, often displaying game titles. If you missed those titles, the detail-oriented Homestar Runner wiki (previously) provides game titles, summaries, and links. Many of the games are old computer games like Rise of the Dragon or Miner 2049er, and some titles are linked to Lord_Pall's revived Home of the Underdogs abandonware game archive. Other games have links to the Videlectrix catalog, where you can see box art and play some demos. Or you can go back to the Homestar Runner wiki, and go to the list of playable Videlectrix titles, like 50k Racewalker (play online) Polulation: Tire (play online) or Peasant's Quest (play online) (More previous stuff: Peasant's Quest and Where's An Egg?).
Happy Bicentenemail. Strongbad answers his 200th email in this installment of the long-running Homestarrunner.com web site. Featuring a musical intro by They Might Be Giants.
Homestar Runner is 10 years old. (flash)
Homestar Runner is a funny ass web cartoon. Strong Bad Sings is just a taste of the weirdness within.