Monday, October 11, 2010

Posts Cards from me and the midget-Out with the old in with the new.



A friend of mine said I needed to add more sex appeal to Me and the Midget. So Ive made a new header with sexy dames and plenty of em.
However I couldn't let this header go by without an appropriate Farewell. I think its some of the best art in my archives. The background was created by a friend of mine. Kayle Piercy created this image with spray paint. And I digitally removed the color.

But with this new header comes new opportunities. I want to work the 'dwarf tossing' theme into a running gag. Leave some suggestions under the comments. Let me know what you think wound be a funny setting for The Midget to be flying eagerly towards.

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  2. sex appel, you, midget.

    sounds sexy to me

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  3. zombies or maybe a wall like kool aid man

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  4. Those are both really good ideas. Thanks!

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  5. interesting, I didn't know that...

    GTL4life!

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  6. this is relevant to just what I was thinking about

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  7. I like your post and I would really like to see more of them

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  8. cool, can't wait for your next post with possible sex appeal :)

    I have a new post on GTL Everyday :)

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  9. i likey the sexy ladies...

    btw, check out my new post on Enhanced by MS Paint :)

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  10. This is a very nice comic! Keep it up!

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  11. that is one awesome header, definite sex appeal

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  12. just switched out my header too! it feels nice to personalize it a little more

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  13. There is no such thing as too many header-babes.

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