The halfcat, attracting newly revived interest on Twitter thanks to this blog post, appears to have first been spotted in this blog post in August 2009. But there are no attributions. The latest reports pin it to Street View - not mentioned in the original posting - and it certainly appears to be Street View image, but, lacking coordinates, the halfcat seems destined to be a mystery forever, one of any number of mythical beings, lost in the Clouds.
More interesting than the halfcat’s strangeness, perhaps, is its unknowability. Someone saw the halfcat, snapped it, but the route back is lost. The databases contain such multitudes of new myths.
Man, I haven’t had a project go over this well in a long time! People are really loving this first issue! Scoop one up before it’s super popular and played-out and you’re just some weak-ass Johnny-come-lately!
Reblogging to remind myself to buy this when I get paid.
Hey Ramsey’s in there!
I am in there! I got my hands on real copies of this last weekend. It’s really great the whole way through.
Definitely recommended! I’m only selling copies in person, but soon I’ll get some more copies and put them in my shop! For now, buy it online from the folks who organized it. Definitely a fun read, and I can’t wait to draw my comic for the next issue.
BEST FWENDS - The awesome band who makes the music of Bravest Warriors,Our New Electrical Morals & SuperF***ers
Best Fwends is just two words, but a lifetime of pleasure and sound. Anthony “Toine” (pronounced “Twan”) Davis and Dustin “Dustin Paul” Paul Pilkington have been making that good sound sound good since day one. The band have spent the past several years composing for film and cartoon, putting music on TV, and playing bad boy rock music internationally. Best Fwends is first, and foremost, a creative team and we are always looking for new people to collaborate with. They have just released a brand new EP on their bandcamp
We projected a couple of episodes of SuperF*ckers at the party at Radio Bean. It really sounded incredible over the PA. I rock my cartoons LOUD, man.
And people laughed a lot! I think the show works a lot better in front of a live audience. It’s just funnier than it is when you’re sitting in front of your computer by yourself. The moral of the story is, watch SuperF*ckers at parties!