Ah, the joy of fatherhood, of seeing the devilish fruit of one’s loins grin insanely from the baby cart. Unfortunately, most newborns look about the same which is why they so often get mixed up or swapped out in the hospital with the error discovered only years later. Although the maternity ward generally does their best to keep babies organized in plastic bins, errors do sometimes occur. Generally it’s a good idea for parents to check their newborns for satanic birthmarks, especially during planetary alignments or the presence of evil nuns or rottweilers in hospital hallways. Having your child evaluated for demonic energy by a priest is always a good idea too. Trust me, going home with a devil baby, much less the Antichrist himself (no matter how cute the grinning bugger may be), is bound to produce problems down the road!
This witch broom is powered on pure evil, none of that unleaded or ethanol diluted malevolence. And no gasoline, either! The reason for that should be obvious (brooms are made of straw and wood, gasoline is flammable, witches have a bad history with fire… enough said).
There is rumor in the witch world that innovative German witches are currently developing a broom powered by lunar powered batteries, but no such broom has been seen in the skies yet. In the meantime, witches will continue to fill up their dutiful transportation sticks with the good stuff, I mean the bad stuff, provided at secret filling stations across the globe.
By the way, have you ever seen a witch do a flip on a broom?
Even carnivorous plants have fallen victim to the rising trend of corporate food and instant gratification – and who can blame them? Let’s face it, fried ants taste better!
This image was inspired by living in Florida, which has many horrors lurking in the swamps, and not just reptilian ones like alligators and pythons. The plant kingdom has its own vegetable basket of nasty, deadly things – just read about the Manchineel tree sometime if you don’t believe me.
Plant horror is an underrated sector of the horror genre – prepare to see more creeping, snapping green things on the pages of Grinsane!
Once again, let it be known that werewolves along with all other canines are not allowed on the grass during the reseeding effort. The lawn is still absolutely tanked after the massive LARP war that took place outside of the Grinsane studio several months ago. The owner is a real stickler about this. Please follow the rules, lycanthropes, and do your killing in the forest or the dog park. This is your last warning before we break out the hose!
Even undead moms are still full of advice! Its good advice, too, if you are a young vampire child who wants nothing more than to run outside at high noon and rock on the teeter totter with the other children. Sorry, Vlady, it don’t work that way! Listen to your vampire mom, she’s been around the castle a few times.
Welcome to Grinsane! And since you’ve always wondered, this is how a witch does a flip on a broom.
I’m flipping out too over this new website — lots of working parts… goblins on hamster wheels, potions to be drunk, and sacrifices to be made. It always seems easier at the outset, but now it’s clunking along and I’m happy to share with you a new horror comedy cartoon every day this week.
What can you expect to find on Grinsane in addition to gag panels about witches? Well, first there are cartoons about classic horrors like werewolves, zombies, and ghosts. Then there are comix about movie villains like Jason, Mike, and Fred. Add to that, panels with killer blobs, malicious puppets, evil plants, cosmic horrors, and maniacal clowns… you get the picture.
If you stick around long enough you might even get to meet Devil Baby Grinsane himself.
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