May 20, 2005

Page 1

Posted by rocr at 03:03 PM

June 07, 2005

Page 2.

Page 2, in which X!Gloop is informed of his mission

This could well be the longest footnote in any comic.

Posted by rocr at 04:02 PM

June 11, 2005

Page 3

Page 3, which wins the nonsense contest

This page shows the hand of Emiel Hoving. I'm not sure after 16 years how much of the work was his, but probably quite a lot. You can tell because the original words fit the original balloons, and the translated words still fit the balloons without any need to redraw.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

June 12, 2005

Page 4

More grop

This page also had some of Emiel's work in it, though most of the art and writing were clearly mine.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

June 18, 2005

Page 5

Grismoon Diminution
I have no idea what I was thinking with that intertwined panel border stuff.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

June 19, 2005

Page 6

The plight of a disgraced Grismoon rider

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

June 25, 2005

Page 7

Community consternation

I still enjoy the threading of panels in this page.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

June 26, 2005

Page 8

Meanwhile, unaware of all this, stuff happens.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 02, 2005

Page 9

Why Man Has Two Eyes

So much to like about this page. I love the title, which has nothing whatsoever to do with the events. I love the self-portrait on the top. I love the girl's old-fashioned phone (showing that this has dated like all SF eventually does). And I love the mention of anvils in this translated version. I like anvils. Anvils make a comic 51% funnier. I have proven it with science.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 03, 2005

Page 10.

Something like a monument

The steam organ was probably drawn by Emiel.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 09, 2005

Page 11

Pointlessness

And thus ends Exp!Zworp's attempt at derailing the plot. The pointlessness here was deliberate.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 10, 2005

Page 12

Bonsai guards!

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 16, 2005

Page 13

Some tourists admire the architecture. Not X!Gloop

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 17, 2005

Page 14

Hell and Damnation, only in French

What happened to X!Gloop's headphones? Who cares? I fart in the general direction of continuity!

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 23, 2005

Page 15

Meanwhile and unbeknownst

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 24, 2005

Page 16

A sentence, and Grismoons in flight

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 30, 2005

Page 17

A ghastly execution through Mechanical Resonance

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

July 31, 2005

Page 18

A tribunal of naked, hairy people

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

August 06, 2005

Page 19

Eternal Damnation is a bit of a dump

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

August 07, 2005

Page 20

Our hero is assaulted by ugly souls

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

August 13, 2005

Page 21

The Devil explains what's what.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

August 14, 2005

Page 22

Meanwhile on Axolot

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

August 20, 2005

Page 23.

The Grismoon riders are diminished

The book Lord Dwarps was reading in the original was "My Life" by Myrna Goossens. Of course, no one even in the fairly limited section of the world population who knew Myrna Goossens then remembers her now (in fact, the absurdity of a celebrity autobiography by a nobody like that was what made it work as a joke) so I updated it to refer to Davina McCall instead.

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM

August 21, 2005

Page 24

In the lecture room

Posted by rocr at 06:00 AM