Thursday — February 10th, 2011
Well, this is it! The final strip! Hard to believe this is the last time I’ll be spending my Tuesday nights trying to craft a new adventure for these little guys, but it looks like they don’t need me anymore anyways.
I do sincerely appreciate the time you’ve chosen to spend here. If you don’t want the magic to end, then please consider following my work at Cowboy Jedi and Eye-Level Entertainment.
And remember moving on isn’t always a bad thing. (Language warning on that link there.)
February 8th, 2011
Ok, it is time to wrap up this six-part series examining some of my favorite Rat Tangent strips!
Rat Tangent’s Top Ten… #2:
December 9th, 2009 – “A Bad Year For Swine”
I’ll be the first to admit, I don’t have the skill sets necessary to be a successful comic strip creator. However, if I could pull a strip off like this every day, then that would be another story. If my number one strip wasn’t so epic, then this would be a serious contender for the best one. As I stated yesterday, when Rat Tangent was successful, it was equal parts funny, poignant, and well-drawn. I humbly submit this as a classic.
Rat Tangent’s Top Ten… #1:
September 15th, 2010 – “We Are All Conserved”
Even at the beginning of the Lab Rats, I had this strip in mind. In fact, Feynman was introduced so that I could get to a place where this strip made sense. When I made the decision to wrap up Rat Tangent, getting this strip in was priority #1. The law of conservation of mass has always been one of my favorite laws of nature. I think it is downright mind-blowing when you think about it. Hopefully, I did it a little justice here.
Well, that’s it! Thank you for taking a look at this retrospective of my top ten strips. Enjoy the last strip tomorrow. Thanks for sharing some of your time with the rats and me.