#606 – a bohemian kinkade painting

June 7th, 2013

#606 – a bohemian kinkade painting

You guys I’m back in New York, finally! And I will be at the Grand Comics Festival in Brooklyn, NY this weekend:
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It’s a FREE event and the exhibitor line-up looks rad as hell. Since it’s a local show, I will be bringing a small number of rare, out-of-print Octopus Pie books. Come snap those up if you are the collecting type, or if you’ve been longing for a (someday soon) reprint of volume 1. I’ll have a OP few minis and Marceline issues as well. COME BY!


Discussion (20)¬

  1. LukeXanten says:

    Is that restaurant thing actually something that's happening? If so, that is all sorts of ridiculous.

    • heywhosyourdaddy says:

      It does, even in Geneva! http://www.justcookit.ch/

      Also it's not more expensive than a restaurant meal, it is more expensive than a regular home meal…

    • HateMachine says:

      Unfortunately, it's exactly the sort of thing an MBA would dream up, and even more unfortunately, it's exactly the sort of thing that enough people will buy.

      • mosquito says:

        It definitely is…but I think we can rest easy that it isn't happening, if only because that would mean they'd be giving their recipes out to anyone who ordered, and a competitor could recreate their whole menu.

    • heywhosyourdaddy says:

      It does exist in Geneva… it's called Just Cook It.

  2. Jon says:

    That is the best Existential Grief Face I've seen today!

  3. Vabolo says:

    And in that very moment, Jane realized that what she thought was just lunching with her pals and having a good time was all an elaborate, socially-induced illusion to get her to buy ridiculous items off of restaurant menus.

    That moment was when she decided to take the stairwell, and see just how deep the rabbit hole goes.

  4. Jim North says:

    Looking at that Existential Grief Face is like looking into a mirror.

    That is looking into another mirror.

    That is looking into itself.


  5. Bok says:

    I love where this storyline is going already!

  6. Jess Z. says:

    Maybe she's thinking like Spike from Portlandia. Going in is over!

  7. notmarkflynn says:

    noooooo leave my hangout-times alone i neeeeeeed thiiiiissss

  8. Yammy says:

    Hee hee! "bohemian kinkade painting". Hee hee hee hee ahahaha

    That guy was an asshole and now he's dead

  9. wykstrad says:

    Oh no, it's becoming *gasp* MAINSTREAM! NOOOO

  10. Jillian says:

    Will has also honed the art of the existential grief face: http://www.octopuspie.com/2010-09-20/398-administ

  11. Jimmy says:

    Is this a New York thing? Down here in Austin the bars are as packed as ever.

  12. bhlaab says:

    I'd say its more like a norman rockwell painting

  13. nalem says:

    Haha a nature show about the Brooklyn hipster. See the hipster in its natural environment

  14. MerchManDan says:

    Marigold, I love you. But getting excited about doing something that's much more expensive than the exact same thing you're already doing….

  15. Dell says:

    Oh, I am quite certain, given the current circumstances, she could make that existential grief face aaallllll dayyy.

    I know I could.