About This Comic: Challenged
I was nominated on Facebook to partake in the webcomics version of this fad by the tireless Chris Flick of capesnbabes.com. I tried to play dumb: “what is this? I’ve never heard of…”. Roy should probably say “dang” hearing, except I’m not into cuss word substitution. I’ll use the real deal, because I can.
A few factoids about this phenomenon in case you were uninformed - like I pretended to be - presented in bullet list form, because that’s how you must write on the web for readers to scan. You’re welcome.
- the bucket challenge brings awareness to a highly regenerative effect on Time Lords called MLB
- the most famous victim is Yankee legend Thurman Munson
- since I don’t have three friends actively making webcomics, the fad ends here. Like a chain letter that isn’t forwarded I have put an end to bringing awareness of this horrible disease via the online comics medium all over the planet, and probably brought myself bad luck in the process. Although I’m not sure how I’ll know the difference re: more bad luck.
The #webcomics community’s favorite MD/other tireless creator, Caz of callouscomics.com has been passionately vocal on Facebook about his feelings about this fad from his perspective and the resulting backlash. His Facebook posts are a little edgier (and rant-ier) than usual for him, and I have to say (all kidding aside) I’m in his “camp” on the matter.
The challenge for me now is whether this comic will make any sense in five years.
On the matter of Facebook, please give my design services a “Like”. I promise I won’t spam you and will return the favor if you have a business page you are trying to grow.
Have a great weekend. It is not the end of summer!
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