by hoboken411 · Thursday, November 13, 2008
By T.G. Heins:
Tags: Cartoon SeriesHobokenHoboken411HobotownNovember 13 2008T G Heins
6 Comments on "Hobotown – 11/13/2008"
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[quote comment=”118478″]This is just virtual hamster cage liner.[/quote]
My virtual hamster died because I did not blog about him enough.
Listen, the few actual drawings you put up from this guy (I think they were both of 8th and Garden, or 8/Park) were actually really good. He has the talent as an artist (present comic not withstanding). I have NO problem with a weekly or periodic comic strip, but really, it SHOULD be about Hoboken somewhat, and have a semi-decent storyline.
T.G: Take a lesson from Gary Larson. One picture, clearly drawn, self-explained, and witty. This is just virtual hamster cage liner.
Regardless if you like the toons or not – you gotta hand it to Tim – he puts his stuff out there consistently to a critical crowd – and keeps on plugging away. Of all the contributors that have volunteered in one fashion or another (such as the beagle, healthy hoboken, etc.) – he’s been the most reliable.
I have a lot of respect for people who do what they want in life – regardless of how lucrative it is or not. You can’t knock him for trying.
Is it so bad that your eyeballs bleed? Of course not… Laugh it off and move to the next item up for bids is what I say…
411 – It’s great that you showcase a local artist on your site, but come on now! Maybe 10%-20% of the work you post by this artist is passable as ‘good’. 8thstguy is right, this one in particular is just nonsense.
“You’re punished”? Is this a teaser for an incestuous S&M-themed porno? Hobotown has less to do with Hoboken these days than with providing unwanted insight into Mr Heins’ disturbing worldview. 😈
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