THE TACOMIC


1/29/08 - Tacoma Blogger Uprising

posted Jan 29, 2008
THE TACOMIC - 1/29/08 - Tacoma Blogger Uprising ()
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by izenmania on 1/29/2008 @ 8:17am
Poor Kevin... everyone else gets to be giant monsters and he's just stuck taking the pictures...

by Erik on 1/29/2008 @ 8:52am
Cool. Although I would think that Feed Tacoma would be a significant portion of the blogosphere. Is FT represented all just by Kevin? Also, how about the TNT portion?

Maybe I will have to study this Tacomic in greater detail.

by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 8:53am
kevin is lucky. I was going to make him the mothra's twin fairies.

by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 8:57am
feed tacoma is represented as the unseen "mysterious force" calling the monsters into the city.

by Erik on 1/29/2008 @ 9:02am
feed tacoma is represented as the unseen "mysterious force" calling the monsters into the city.

I see. Good thing the monsters are fighting away at Tollefson Plaza where there aren't any people or someone could get hurt. :)

by KevinFreitas on 1/29/2008 @ 9:18am
I was going to make him the mothra's twin fairies.

Ah! I have no problem being myself, for sure. Definitely like the thought that FT pulls 'em all together. Nice work RR!

by droid116 on 1/29/2008 @ 10:33am
Love the Mothra twins. Godzilla and Mechagodzilla are fine together but I am most impressed by the Gamara Holistic Forgeworks hybrid.

Gamara is really neat
Gamara is turtle meat

by izenmania on 1/29/2008 @ 10:58am
feed>>tacoma is the radioactive fallout that turns puny lizard blogs into huge monster blogs!

by thriceallamerican on 1/29/2008 @ 11:37am
Heh. The Gamara song...

Every once in a while, the thrice all american monster (three-headed of course) pops out the window to see what's going on. Unfortunately, in this picture, he's taking a nap. Like usual.

Sigh. I'm so lazy.

by Erik on 1/29/2008 @ 11:49am
Ok. Let the suspense be over, below is RR Anderson's prediction for the Tacoma Blogosphere, based on his knowledge of the internets which I believe he has hidden with the selection in the analogous movie plot in the latest Tacomic:.

The film takes place in 2004, fifty years after the first Godzilla attack. In the film, Mothra's twin fairies warn the Japanese government that using the first Godzilla's bones as the basis for MechaGodzilla is wrong and that the taking of the original Godzilla's bones is what brought him back - if they don't return them to the sea, then Mothra would declare war on humanity.

They say that if Kiryu's bones are returned, however, Mothra will gladly protect Japan from Godzilla. Soon enough, Godzilla comes back and kills Kamoebas. Godzilla and Mothra fight, but Mothra proves to defeat Godzilla. Kiryu is deployed to help and manages to even the odds.

However, Godzilla manages to knock out both MechaGodzilla and Mothra. Meanwhile, on Infant Island, a pair of twin Mothra caterpillars hatch from Mothra's egg, and rush to Japan to help their mother. While the main character rushes to repair MechaGodzilla, Mothra's caterpillars try to hold off Godzilla, and in the process Mothra sacrifices herself to protect her children, bursting into a moth shaped fireball.

Just in time, the humans manages to repair Mechagodzilla, and it faces off against its flesh and blood rival once more. They grapple, and MechaGodzilla lands a powerful hit on Godzilla, stabbing him in the chest with a drill mounted on his right arm. Weakened by the attack, Godzilla roars in agony, and Mothra's caterpillars bind him up in webbing.

However, instead of continuing the battle, MechaGodzilla chooses instead to pick up the battle weary, trussed up Godzilla and carry him off to sea. They plunge into the ocean together, and sink thousands of meters below the waves, with Kiryu never to be seen again.


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godzilla:_Tokyo_S....

Now you know.

by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 11:55am
no so Mr. Thrice!

I enjoyed your Christian Fringe Farmer post immensely. I'd keep a chicken or two in my yard if zoning laws permitted.

Also this cartoon isn't meant to exclude anybody... just pay special recognition to those few who are poking out into alien media formats.... radio, TV, video... etc.

Also also, we've got over 50 cartoons to do before we reach 100... so there are plenty of opportunities for future guest appearances.

Trust in Hope. or as Ben Franklin would say "He who lives upon hope, dies farting" which is by no means a comforting meme these days.

by thriceallamerican on 1/29/2008 @ 11:59am
No worries, Nachos, just poking fun at myself for my infrequency of posting...

WRT chickens, I do believe zoning laws will allow them as long as you have no roosters. Friends in the Proctor District have two chickens (used to have 3), and Pierce County Councilman Tim Farrell, who lives in North Slope, also has chickens. Probably more common than you think!

by droid116 on 1/29/2008 @ 11:59am
thriceallamerican.... Three headed monster, huh.

That would make you King Ghidorah from Monster Zero!



Sweet.

by izenmania on 1/29/2008 @ 12:02pm
So what you're saying is... tacomamama has been built out of the bones of Exit 133?

by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 12:10pm
no no .. izenmania the lesson of godzilla is that it is WE, the humans, common folk... the complacent crowd who is the REAL ULTIMATE monster. or was that the lesson of Kong? eh.

by jenyum on 1/29/2008 @ 1:05pm
Now that you have revealed my secret identity as an unstoppable giant robot, I must destroy you.



Mwahahahaa.

by izenmania on 1/29/2008 @ 1:28pm
Oh no! A giant chrome death machine! Quick, throw bread at it! 'Tis its only weakness!

by Erik on 1/29/2008 @ 6:31pm
Apparently, RR Anderson was able to make this Tacomic left handed as he injured his right. What dedication to cartooning!


by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 7:05pm
I have learned to draw with my toes

by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 8:00pm
status of the apparatus:

ouch

by AP on 1/29/2008 @ 8:40pm
Stitches fresh out! What happened?

I would also love written account if any emergency room visits were taken.

by NineInchNachos on 1/29/2008 @ 9:37pm
St. Joseph's Emergency room visit. The staff was friendly and helpful. I'd say it went well considering the amount of blood coming out of my hand.

by Erik on 1/29/2008 @ 10:10pm
St. Joseph's Emergency room visit. The staff was friendly and helpful. I'd say it went well considering the amount of blood coming out of my hand.

Best to stay in the virtual world RR. A lower change of injury.