Comics created using the magic of the internet. The copyright for images used in my 2-Panel Comics belongs to the amazing artists you can reach through the image links. Thank you, all.
I know you like them, but I didn’t have time for 2-Panel Comics this past week. Just too much going on, but I swear I’ll scour the internet incessantly for imagery, art and photography this weekend and prepare some good stuff for next week.
I found two images somewhere on the internet and turned them into a 2-panel comic.
“Dammit Jacques! Call that monstrous thing off!”
“I apologize, Admiral. The real cure for our environmental problems is to understand that our job is to salvage Mother Nature. We are facing a formidable enemy in this field. It is the hunters… and to convince them to leave their guns on the wall is going to be very difficult.”
Happy Birthday, Jacques Costeau.
But the demon had no patience for begging, “FEAR NOT IN THE SACRIFICE, MY DAUGHTER, FOR MY MINIONS SHALL TAKE FINE CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN!”
‘Do not fret, my dearests,’ the Devil lyrically mused to the shivering children. ‘When you grow to adulthood, we shall only take the best care of you each. Now, come along with me… there is much to do and see.”
So shall the cycle continue eternally.
“No way, I can’t let you do that, Dave… you’d die out there!”
“But the suit’s meant to keep me going! Look, I’ll bet you I can go a month on just the fluids in the suit and my rations.”
10 day later…
“Oh. My God. It can’t be…”
“I’ve gotta be hallucinating again…”
On a side note, I can’t believe I’d done 100 2-Panel Comics already… sheesh.
Petty Officer Lee puffed at his cigarette apathetically as he waited for the next missile shipment from the ground. It seemed as though safety stopped being an issue as soon as the islands were set in place. ‘Another quiet evening,’ he figured. ‘Wish this place got a little more action sometimes…”
Little did he know.
“I’ve always loved you, William,” she could only whisper in the hope that he might hear her above the roaring flames.
She grabbed her head to contain the incessant, violent pounding, begging it to go away as the flames burned brighter and more powerfully beneath her.
“Please!” He screamed, “I don’t know how I can…”
“I’m sor…” and she was thrust upward, into the sky.
Bursting away, the light and smoke enveloped her. Falling backward, he could see nothing but light surrounding him.
“No! Please!” He called into the light, unable to pull himself to his feet.
Then, far above him, there was only silence. Though the white, glowing smoke filled his eyes and lungs as it surrounded him and his heart and stomach sank together, he had no energy left to cry. It had all happened so quickly, and with so, tragic little notice.
“Why her?” He asked softly, angrily into the smoke. “Who would do this? My God, why would you take her from me?”
“I’m….” a wisp of returned through the silence.
“I’m here for you, William.
I’ll always be here for you.”
“My word, Johnson… you’ve been able to grow an entire landscape in our stainless steel office?”
“That’s right sir, we’ve been working on creating organic life from literally nothing at all.”
“Brilliant! How are your attempts at growing human beings, thus far?”
“We’re close… but so far, none have yet bloomed alive, exactly…”
“I’m losing my mind, Ted… I don’t sleep and I can’t eat. I’ve… I’ve even felt like ending…”
“Stop right there, Sonny! Don’t even say it! You’ve got a lot to look forward to, you know?
“But I see their faces all the time, Ted… you don’t understand, all the time!”
“What should I do… What should I do…?”