Future O’Clock

Comic for Octo­ber 24, 2008: Future O’Clock

Wait, no, it’s—it’s NOW. No, no, hold on a sec… NOW. N—Now!



Discussion (8) ¬

  1. Gary says:

    Double wow!

    I just fin­ished read­ing through your entire archives (ok, so it didn’t take THAT long) but I com­pletely enjoyed it. I like the char­ac­ter dynamic. The art is quite fun and zany. (As a fellow web­comic cre­ator I really like your charac­i­tured art style)

    You should be proud, this is a great comic. It is being bookmarked…right…….NOW.

  2. Greg says:

    Oh wow, thanks for all the kind words! John and I really appre­ci­ate it.

  3. Gary says:

    And every word of it was well deserved, (and prob­a­bly under­stated) 😀

  4. Is this for real time trav­el­ing? I cer­tainly hope so. It reminds me of the part of The Pres­tige with all the hats and cats (I think it was cats?).

  5. Greg says:

    Milo seems to think so, but as we have seen, Milo can be a little unsta­ble.

    Also, I have not seen the Pres­tige! Should I?

  6. Um… it was okay? I don’t know, I didn’t find it that amaz­ing. You should see it if you like any of the fol­low­ing:
    a) David Bowie,
    b) magic tricks,
    c) bitter rival­ries that get resolved some­what anti­cli­mac­ti­cally (and non-​magically),
    d) crazy spark machines, or
    e) fin de siècle London.

  7. Eleanor says:

    For the record, The Pres­tige has the best cut to cred­its I’ve ever seen in terms of sound design(basically I just like the song a lot and it fits really well).

  8. This is the comic in which you decided to stop draw­ing Milo’s arm hair.