Music Comic


Da t'rillin’ conclusion ta da best story ever told. I know youse upset dat it’s over, but don’t youse dare cry. I swear ta da god I once believed in that if I see even one tear out of any of youse, you’ll be watchin’ our videos from da bottom of da river.

Next week: back ta incomprehensible low-rent bullshit wit’ dose punk kids.

Read dat Homestuck piece-a-shit at or whateva. All dose images, characters, dialogue and all that other ip legal bullshit belong ta dat huss guy. Youse know da one. Dese guys ain’t woikin’ for no money, so youse louts best enjoy it.

The complete cast list can be found here…

This episode covers pages 003198 to 003257 of the comic

Music Credits can be found in the video description

anonymous asked:

frank hands the hat over and he hovers there on the doorstep because hes like !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hes at gerard way's house !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and theyre both standing there smiling at each other and inside theyre doing somersaults and then they both blurt 'i love your comics/music' at the same time and they giggle nervously and gerard is chewing on his lip and he says 'thanks for bringing my hat back can i buy you a coffee as thanks?' and frank says 'yes' too quickly and they go and get coffee

This is adorable what thefuck


It still surprises me at how few people have seen Freak of the Week, and I love sharing it with friends because of the inevitable, “How the hell have I never seen this?” look of awe drawn out on their face.

And man, it really is gorgeous.

Directed by Juanjo Guarnido, it took the team about a year of hard work to hammer out this bloody masterpiece (which you can learn about in his video here) using a combination of 3D animation with the power of college interns  skill of a team of artists to painstakingly re-draw the 3D elements they wanted in 2D frame-by-frame, not to mention the post processing and… everything else.

 Even though it came out in 2014, it doesn’t seem to have ever garnered the attention it truly deserves.

I really wanna drive this point home, so to give you an idea, Ghost by Mystery Skulls, animated by MysteryBen27 has 18,147,263 views.  
Freak of the Week has only 2,271,121 views at the time I’m writing this.  That’s fucking depressing for something so … phenomenal.  I want more of this, and hell, maybe you do too.  But we’re not going to see anymore simply because the right people haven’t seen it.  In fact, it failed to reach a respectable level of Internet Popularity®, Juanjo himself even described it in the comments section as having ruined him because of how little attention it got.  

So if you’re reading this and you’ve got some connections with a TV network or something, consider pulling some strings to get this video spoon-fed to the masses, because people ought to see this.  I’m sure Juanjo would be all too happy to oblige.  And hell, if you wanna buy the art book, you can get the link here for about $50.

Now, maybe you recognize the former Disney animator Juanjo Guarnido for his other work: Blacksad.

Which is a comic set in the late 1950′s about a hardboiled private investigator published originally by Dark Horse Comics that does… y’know, the …

… noir investigator …

… aloof ladies man…

… badass …

… detective story thing.

That I haven’t yet read but I TOTALLY NEED TO.  


I guess I’m bringing up Freak of the Week because I was reading the comment section and, man, it kinda got me down.  

Some of the best things things out there just haven’t been seen by the right people, I guess.  But I suppose it’s also a depressing statement on the culture of the internet that the video makes.