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You're Welcome, Internet | January 2-6, 2012

Drawing sex pictures for the masses.

Hello again, Internet. It has certainly been a while, hasn’t it? Whelp, your favourite thread of yiffs, gifs, and jpegs has returned to lovingly caress your areas. Forgive us, we might be a little rusty. Do you like that? Does that feel okay? Regardless…

You’re Welcome, Internet

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Great, now I have TWO theme songs stuck in my head.
By Megan Ferguson! Click for webination.

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Future Ted disagrees.

(Originally a photoset here)

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Fuck you, Raphael.

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You're welcome, sexual awakening.

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Only the New York Times cares enough.
Click for the story behind this.

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SCHATZ: Well, it’s definitely been a month since one of these went up – and dammit, I missed doing this. But we’ve regrouped for the new year, and we’re ready to rock your damn faces off with some content.

The biggest change in the new year has to be the start of our new podcast, which many of you were kind enough to tolerate on Wednesday. For more than a few months, people we knew kept telling us we need to start a podcast, and we figured, why not record the sometimes hour long conversations we usually have after the comic shop closes on Wednesdays? So get ready to hear streams of the worst things – which is only different than the rest of our site, because you can hear it.

Anyway, that’s what I have for this week. What about you, fair James?

LEASK: Not much! Besides the fact that the first episode of Podcast! The Comics has had a surprisingly strong performance on the “charts” as Ryan Seacrest calls them, by which I mean people that aren’t you, me and your girlfriend have listened to it, it was a pretty interesting week.  First, I received a surprisingly cutting spam comment about getting more website traffic on the article about The Legend of Zelda that I wrote that is literally the least-viewed article in Comics! The Blog‘s history.  Not long later, I wrote an article that got retweeted by Neil “Welsh” Gaiman and resulted in the site’s highest daily traffic ever.  Also, I wrote an article about being sad about my grandparents dying.

It has been weird.

Also, I accidentally trolled Steven Sanders today, so all in all I am pleased with myself.

You have been reading Comics! The Blog. This concludes our broadcast week.

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