Cause and Effect

So I'm not sure if this one turned out like I hoped. I'm a little worried too many people are gonna get hung up on the Twinkie and think, "what's the Twinkie got to do with it." The intention of the comic was for Kevin to be eating something that shouldn't be able to expire and then imply that he had died, when in actuality it was Rusty's pet goldfish. Geeze, do I have to explain everything to you?

6 thoughts on “Cause and Effect

  1. I like the idea. I got it right away. The only downside is that Kevin is easily noticed in the last panel before having time to absorb the text.

  2. Yeah I thought that too. :\ It would’ve helped to have waist up views, but that would’ve been difficult thanks to the fact that the grave had to be visible. Perhaps tonight (for future readers) I will place him on the other side of the grave and see if that helps.

  3. you did a good job n this one man. I was wondering are you going to do any more on your other site?

  4. If you are referring to There and In Between, then yes indeed I am! I’ve been meaning to update it more regularly. I even have a couple ideas sitting on my desk ready to be made. I’ll try to get those posted this week!

  5. I thought it was funny! My friend is hyper sensitive about expiration dates and such and I am the one going “Eh it’ll be okay” so this one reminded me of a lot of those conversations 🙂

  6. Wes, I can relate to your friend. I’m usually okay but milk and eggs I won’t touch if they’ve hit the expiration date. Sometimes even if it was the day before.

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