119 – Immortal Jellyfish

It’s true. There is actually an Immortal Jellyfish. What a Jellyfish does with all that extra time on his hands, I have no idea.

Had a heck of a lot of fun drawing today’s strip. The hardest thing to do was trying to “disguise” the suprise in the third panel. I didn’t want the joke to be spoiled by wandering eyes before you finished reading the first two panels, so I tried a camera change in panel two. Not sure if it works, but it was worth a shot!

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Discussion (13) ¬

  1. Yeti says:

    How’s that novel you’ve been workin on.???

  2. Ok – now THIS one is my favorite! Love it!! I think I want me some immortal jellyfish in a tank. Something that could be like a living heirloom to pass down through the generations! “I was alive when your great-great-great-great grandfather…” and stuff.

  3. Mimere says:

    Easy come … easy go.

  4. AlphaCroc says:

    hahah great stuff kinda knew somin bad waas goin to happen wen he said immortal, this worked out nicely :D

  5. MikeM says:

    Bleah . . . since Miriam Webster defines “immortal” as “exempt from death” that jellyfish is in for a nasty ride and some bad memories . . .

  6. David says:

    Spielberg would’ve been proud.

  7. Javier says:

    It’s funny because I read about those immortal jellyfish on Facebook. The page read that I to like the page in order to see the most “badass” animal out there. When I read more about it on wiki, it said that it reverts itself into a baby form to grow back again into adulthood. So the jellyifsh on this strip would have trouble finishing his novel, he’d just keep writing till the end of time!

  8. Brian C. says:

    Ha! The joke worked perfectly for me because I was reading it on an iPhone and zoomed in to each individual panel. No wandering eyes here and then BOOM! Payoff. Keep up the good work.

  9. Russ says:

    All I got is time. . . Nice shark, btw.