Brew-Ha ads

"We're gonna party like it's 1999."
Some may think, "Oh my god!  That's horrible! Condoning date rape.
Nothing could be further from the truth.  The rules on chasing women state that a successfully removed label from a beer bottle with no rips or tears or missing chunks is a legally redeemable ticket for pussy. Everyone knows this.  Especially my first wife, who told me the rule.  And she would know, having honored many a label.

Label sez:
"Brewed from an assortment of good shit like barely and water and other essential brew making ingredients. Drink a lot!"
Chicks that breastfeed will get their baby drunk.

Musicians hate unwanted noise.  We must have a clean signal.
Or play loud.
Or drunk.

Fred Sans Peckerhead

Hooray!  More strippers!  I was starting to get worried that we wouldn't see anymore.  Whew.
$20!  Back in the day that was the running price.  13 beers, that's a buck and half for a brew.  Maybe a slight exaggeration.
Creepily, this babe looks like that dancer at The Emerald Club in Knoxville who I felt sorry for and loaned $45, twice.  I need to get back up there and collect on my interest.  Creepy because this was done in 1999, and that trip was in 2006.

I don't know what is more demanding of suspension of disbelief: Someone passing out during a table dance, or a stripper continuing to dance for a guy that has passed out?

Well, that's the world of Fred and Peckerhead for ya.

Renegotiate Their Bitchin' Contracts

This is one of my favorites because I'm in it.  I don't get to be in my 'toons very often, so it's always a treat.  This harkens back to an old idea that what happened in the 'toons was a bit of fiction inside the fiction and that Fred and Peckerhead were actors of a sort.  One of the lost 'toons was that they were late to the set and shooting.  The lawn chairs were empty and a boom mike was showing, and there was a fat man in a headset with a clipboard angry and shouting because they were late.  Very odd thing to do in a cartoon.   Escher did the same kind of stuff in his fucked up art.

Yes.  That is what I looked pretty much looked like in 1999.  Ron Moore stole my look.  It's a good look.  we both wear it well.

The dudes were a little upset with the way the 'toon was going, and I couldn't help but to agree.  Something had to be done to liven things up a bit.

Well, technically you had a tat in 91, so shut up.

Great self reference back to older 'toons.  In case you were scrolling through just for the fuck of it, the 'toons in question are a few pages up.  Some people have a strange aversion to starting at the top and flip (or scroll) through to the middle.  If you are one of these people, I hate you.

Yes.  Bigger tits. Sure does reflect this time and age of breast implants, which I think look horrible and malformed.  Breast implants and collagen lips say one thing, "I have no self-esteem."  It's a great way to attract men that will treat you like shit, thus ensuring the continuation of the vicious circle.

The "HERE!" at the bottom was to replace the misspelling in the last panel, through the magic of digit editing.

And for some reason this page is landscape. *shrug*
I'm laying down the law on the itty bitty titty committee.  But honestly, Fred and Peckerhead are members of the Cartoon Character's Union that is constantly busting my ass over every little infraction.  So in the end, they usually win all negotiations.
So I said, "Fuck 'em" and didn't ink the last three panels.
That'll teach 'em. 


I decided to go for a new look, little more simplified and realistic faces.  I thought about incorporating new characters that represented the nu-metal crowd, glad I didn't because where is Limp Biscuit and Coal Chamber now? (those are the only bands that come to mind.)
Yeah, who?
This 'toon is a commentary on the changing times.

"Dudes, Hotties!"

I don't think so.

Gee, how the tide turns.  "Headbangers' Ball" returned to MTV2.  I don't watch it though.  Like I'll tell my son one day, "It's not your father's metal."

I don't know where all these strippers come from.

"Phat".  Haven't heard that one in a long while.