You Wanted Proof

August 9, 2011

And you got it!

Behold, The Greatest Tuna Melt In The World. (TGTMITW)


And that’s not a glass of water next to TGTMITW, in fact, it is a glass of my own tears that were shed as this splendorous creation blessed me with it’s presence.

Would you like the ingredients list?

  • 1 can of tuna
  • 2 dollops of Miracle Whip (not mayonnaise)
  • Bread, 2 slices (White or wheat, but preferably wheat)
  • Butter, spread on the two sides to be beautified with caramel color
  • Time, Love, and Magic

Are you jealous?

Of course you are. That is still no reason for you to riot in the streets. (I’m looking at you Great Britain)

I also would like to point out your attention to the current economic concerns surrounding the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Yesterday, it dropped over 600 points. Last night, after meeting with the Fed, I decided to do my part to help the country bounce back from over two weeks of terrible numbers in the stock market.

After that meeting, I brought another TGTMITW into the world.

Today the market jumped over 400 points.

You’re welcome you rich hooligans…but I’m not making any promises.



Ghandi was once quoted for saying, “Action is no less necessary than thought to the instinctive tendencies of the human frame.”

That’s right. Ghandi said “the”. I figured you should see something of value before you read this comic.

Now, prepare your brain cells to be destroyed. For it is COMIC TIIIIMMMMEEEEE! 

:::Imagine some epic reverb going on right now:::

It’s called “Straight to the Moon.”

Why are you so bow-legged?

I'll show you

Now, keep in mind, the man with the question mark above his head is NOT Jim Carrey portraying the Riddler from Batman Forever. (Even though there is a striking resemblance). This man has a question mark above his head because he is so perplexed at the situation.

If you really can’t tell, this fella on the left is inserting a randomly appearing arrow into his legs, which are, obviously, a bow.


Clearly, the man on the left launched himself into space using some sort of black magic or broken physics. Let’s call it Fhysics, because it’s Fun and Hysterical Physics.

(I know what you’re thinking, “how long did it take for you to draw this man’s hair?”. Well let me just say it took me a very, very, very long time. I lost a little piece of myself in making it. So please, enjoy this one.)

Don’t forget, you can read all my previous comics here.

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