With only two horses, I know. This is a cartoon I would probably re-do if I had enough time, and put them all on steeds, and maybe robe them all similarly, too. Not sure the baker’s hat is quite working for Famine, either, although I think having a missing lower jaw is appropriate. War and Death appear in fine form. Hey, doing my best to keep rolling here during troubling times! The situation is grim despite being able to get your hair dyed purple in Georgia again. I’m trying to find a bit of humor in during this dark time and the toilet paper jokes are getting old.
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Apparently the band Anthrax got their name when one of the members pulled it from a biology text book thinking it sounded “sufficiently evil”, so no doubt there are young metal bands looking to put the very heavy sounding name Covid-19 to the same purpose.
A few of the metalheads in this cartoon look like real-life metal legends. Bonus points if you can name them in the comments.
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The Grim Reaper has never been able to put on the pounds. Food passes right through him, dropping through the bottom of his jaw before bouncing off his ribs and landing unceremoniously on the ground. Wine splatters off his ribs and stains his pelvic bones before watering the earth. What he wouldn’t give to hang a bit of flesh on those bleached bones. Fortunately, he never loses his composure — always smiling, he is the epitome of professionalism, never failing to complete the job sooner or later.
This concludes Year One of Grinsane, with 73 comics lurking now in the archives. Thanks for reading, and see you next year for more horror comedy cartoons!