Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Episode 605

Read the comic here.

For those of you who haven't been exposed to the concept of door-to-door religion previously: Jehovah's Witnesses on Wiki

9 comments:

Geoffrey said...

Why do I get the feeling getting the message across to Fox is going to take several week's worth of strips? I can imagine the lines Chris can pull off. :D

Ian said...

There's so much comic gold to be mined here Chris could just plug in new dialogue to the same set of photos over and over again. :)

Peppermint said...

Hmm... Adventures of S Team had a very similar "gag" a week or so back...

Christopher Doyle said...

@Peppermint:

Really? I don't recall Ian using this particular gag. Not that it's particularly original or anything.

Cat said...

I had relatives over from Italy who are Jehovah's Witnesses...so glad they didn't try their stuff on me!

Anyway I have a funny feeling I know where this plotline is going.

www.freewebs.com/pokank said...

hi it's me again and i just wonder.... what is the s-team???
i need help with all this stuff.
could someone just tell me???
please?
also...one time i was visited by Jehovah's Witnesses it was a disturbing moment.

Great escaper said...

The S-Team is Ian Haley's lego webcomic strip, this comic and that frequently refrence each other or have cross overs.

Peppermint said...

Am I disturbing?
I'm beginning to wonder if I should be insulted...

Anywho, yes. S-Team used a very similar gag on the 9th of december.

I read 5 Lego webcomics =D

Christopher Doyle said...

@Peppermint:

By Golly, you're certainly right. That strip has completely slipped my mind - although now I wonder if I wasn't subconsciously ripping Ian off. (Sorry, Ian!)

At least the spin was a little different between the two strips.

In case anyone wants to check out the inadvertent source material, here's a link to it.