Happy Valentine’s Day from Grinsane. Or should I say Valloween? Since a bit of horror makes this day so much more interesting. There have been some rumblings on the internet lately suggesting that we should do away with Valentine’s Day entirely and replace it with Halloween II, but I take issue with this. I live in a snowy climate and I don’t want to see Trick-or-Treaters frozen on my doorstep, and that’s not all —
Yeah, the pumpkins in my neighborhood are a bit premature. So let’s just stick with Valloween while keeping in mind that love can be truly spooky. And monsters have feelings, too. And witches seduce some of their best kills by using sex potions. And — well, the possibilities are endless.
As you might have guessed, Halloween is Grinsane’s favorite holiday (beats the others even on a weekday), which is why there have been four Halloween comics this month. If you haven’t seen them, your click finger has been summoned:
November comes rolling into town tomorrow like an overladen UPS truck, crushing the remains of smashed pumpkins in the street, bringing with it two months of nonstop Christmas music. Eeeek! Truly the sound of Jingle Cats is a horror worse than anything Halloween can conjure. Rest assured, Grinsane will do its best to help you through this difficult time with regular horror comedy cartoon updates.
The second one this year, and the Grinsane Guarantee™ says there will be a new Friday the 13th cartoon posted whenever there is a Friday the 13th on the calendar or terrible things will occur (not just to me, but to all of us). Hint: tentacles, rust, creeping flesh, Katy Perry.
It’s a very EC Comics scenario in which the only way to stave off The Curse is to keep cartooning. So don’t say I never contributed to the welfare of my fellow man. Until we figure this thing out, these cartoons are the only thing standing between society and oblivion.
You can help, of course, by viewing, liking, and sharing the cartoons. That keeps me happy and less likely to release the Katy Kraken (ooops, TMI). Click the hockey mask for the latest appearance by Jason, or see all the Friday the 13th comics in the archives. Have a lucky one!
And I’m going downhill skiing. Great idea, eh, on the day known for bad luck? I’m also posting a new cartoon starring Friday the 13th’s most popular character, the Knights Templar. Remember, it was the Templars who infused this simple calendar date with such ominous overtones (they were arrested on Friday the 13th, 1307 for kicking too much ass).
Actually, I’m posting a Jason comic. Friday the 13th belongs to hockey boy now even though there’s nothing in common between Jason and the Templars other than hacking down the wicked. And mastery of weapons. And cool headgear. Okay, quite a bit in common. Speaking of cool headgear, click the hockey mask to view the new toon.
Is it true there is someone for everyone? Sure enough, in the world of pets. Just ask Buffalo Bill about his precious pooch or Paris Hilton about the barking burrito in her purse. Pets are willing to forgive most of our flaws, assuming we keep the food bowl full and the lotion in the basket. And apparently they now have their own holiday to honor them. After all, there is still plenty of room on the internet for photos of cats riding turtles.
Our beloved pets come in many shapes and sizes, and not all of them are furry. Daenerys has her scaly dragons, Jack Sparrow his parrot, and Pinhead his…
Enjoy these cartoons about pets from Grinsane. And remember to feed your familiars – if you don’t, well, they just might eat you!