October 2, 2010 6:17 AM   Subscribe

Love this one. The second to last frame undid my Catholic upbringing.
posted by dosterm at 6:37 AM on October 2, 2010

Yeah, weatherbot is my favorite one so far. It literally made me LOL.
posted by MaryDellamorte at 6:40 AM on October 2, 2010

Although I have trouble explaining to people exactly why, Gunshow has become far and away my favorite webcomic. Brilliant stuff.
posted by Thomas Tallis is my Homeboy at 7:03 AM on October 2, 2010

You know, K.C. Green is a complete dynamo, and I almost feel like he would be better served with a more detailed post. Guy has produced so much awesome stuff and he's only like 23.

His autobiographical series Horribleville
His reader-submitted Custom Comics
posted by overeducated_alligator at 7:04 AM on October 2, 2010

[tig], thanks!
posted by sciurus at 7:08 AM on October 2, 2010

I've been a KC green fan since forever, happy to see this on the Blue.
posted by The Whelk at 7:16 AM on October 2, 2010

posted by sciurus at 7:19 AM on October 2, 2010 [1 favorite]

I can't believe KC Green has never been posted before. He's bff's with Metafilter BFF Kate Beaton.

posted by Potomac Avenue at 7:20 AM on October 2, 2010

Okay, I just read way too many of those, and I'm not even a webcomic fan, generally. Thanks for posting!
posted by hippybear at 7:23 AM on October 2, 2010

LOVE this comic. The Anime Club chronicles are the best ever.
posted by buriednexttoyou at 7:35 AM on October 2, 2010

Can't think of the last time I burst out laughing at a web comic! This guy is going to get even better as he gets older.
posted by Faze at 7:38 AM on October 2, 2010

This would appear to be another one of those web comics that cannot be understood or appreciated without some sort of prior knowledge or brain wiring I don't have. Like Achewood. Oh well.
posted by Decani at 7:55 AM on October 2, 2010

Don't do this to dogs
posted by drdanger at 8:26 AM on October 2, 2010 [1 favorite]

These did nothing for me. I must be out of his demographic. Oh well.
posted by yiftach at 8:56 AM on October 2, 2010

posted by nola at 9:02 AM on October 2, 2010

KC Green is a webcomics superman. I am consistently amazed by his ability to put out such a huge volume of high-quality work.
posted by Nedroid at 9:03 AM on October 2, 2010

I thought heh. They were all pretty funny, though.
posted by delmoi at 10:00 AM on October 2, 2010

I wasn't enjoying the Gunshow strip, thinking it was the style or as others have said, not my demographic or whatever. Then I read some of the Anime Club long pieces, enjoyed them, but tried the very same Anime Club short strips and didn't enjoy them.

Conclusion: it's short comic strips I don't like.
posted by acheekymonkey at 10:28 AM on October 2, 2010

Don't do this to dogs
posted by drdanger

Ha ha. That one hit my funnybone just right.
posted by marxchivist at 10:39 AM on October 2, 2010

I stumbled across this a while ago and have been checking back regularly ever since. For some reason I never thought to post it here. Damn, too late...
posted by caution live frogs at 11:26 AM on October 2, 2010

The Anime Club bits remind me very strongly of Evan Dorkin's "Eltingville Comic-Book, Science-Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and Role-Playing Club" comics, which were also made into a pilot for Cartoon Network.
posted by webmutant at 12:01 PM on October 2, 2010

Bought a gunshow book at SPX the other week, I like it more every time I read it. Also K.C. Green drew a monkey in it for me. Class act all around.
posted by Nomiconic at 1:10 PM on October 2, 2010

I really enjoyed the Demi Dog comics.
posted by Grimgrin at 1:21 PM on October 2, 2010

this is exactly my kind of thing, thanks!
posted by Kwine at 7:57 PM on October 2, 2010

Just chiming in to say that Gunshow is one of my fave comics too—the short ones more than the long ones. If it takes having loose bits in my brain to enjoy them, I'm down with that.

I'm fond of Mark Twin: The Dude.
posted by roboppy at 7:58 PM on October 2, 2010

Er, Mark Twain. Damn you, loose brain bits!
posted by roboppy at 7:59 PM on October 2, 2010

No discussion of Gunshow can be complete without mentioning Ghost Ship. It's his oddness applied to a story that's serious and touching. Wonderful.
posted by spinn at 8:07 AM on October 3, 2010

I've loved KC since the Horribleville days, but Gunshow is really spectacular. The long strips he's been putting out more and more recently are always a treat.
posted by Klieserber at 8:19 PM on October 3, 2010

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