#215 – The Unexamined Loaf

#215 – The Unexamined Loaf

Look, comic! Sorry for the complete lack of updates these last weeks, I’ve simply been completely uninspired. But I figured it would be good to get something up (even if it is something of a silly filler comic based on a dumb pun I heard somewhere) while I still have a few readers around. If anyone has tips for combating webcomic writer’s block, I’d be happy to hear them!

Discussion (11)¬

  1. Cassie says:


  2. wm tanksley says:

    There’s nothing like hearing a good pun.
    — what the philosophical zombie said after hearing a good pun

  3. Emil says:

    Artists cannot work on a time line. 🙂

  4. EssBee says:

    This one is going up in my kitchen right above my bread machine! A philosophy pun involving baking?! I’m convinced you made this for me. 🙂

  5. EssBee says:

    Oh and here: http://www.webcomicalliance.com/helpful-hints/how-to-un-block-writers-block/

    Don’t know how helpful the article will be, but it’s worth a shot.

  6. chaospet says:

    Cassie, yay!

    hehe wm, nice

    Emil, so true. 😉

    You figured me out, Ess. 😉 And thanks for the link, some of the tips there seem helpful!

  7. Ben says:

    This reader ain’t goin nowhere. If you publish, I will read. The stupider the better.

    If you’re looking for suggestions, I’d love to see more time travel arcs, especially if they involve multiple copies of the same character and/or dodgeball cannons.

  8. chaospet says:

    Thanks, Ben! I do love time travel arcs, I’ll keep that in mind.

  9. wm tanksley says:

    Some good warnings in the below comic, one pertinent to this site.



  10. EveryZig says:

    A pun that fits the theme (zombies) of the Easter weekend (and is also related to medieval medicine):

    Q: Why are zombie infections funny?

    A: Because death by corrupted bodily fluids is… Humorous. YEEEEEEAH!

  11. liosis says:

    I regret everything.

    I recommend that if you do not update your comic more regularly I will go through redawing and slightly changing each cartoon well retaining the basic joke and claiming all your work for my own…which you may or may not mind.