The Consumerist – Part 1

Those who have been reading for a while will know it’s very rare that we do a story arc in the twxxd mainline. In fact… in very nearly three years, this is only the second. We’re not opposed to them… I guess I just don’t usually write that way.

Anyway… enjoy the twxxd Xmas special! It’s a 4-parter that’s going to explore what the gift-giving season means to different people… specifically that gift-giving part.



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Discussion (19) ¬

  1. David

    You know, it wouldn’t surprise me if that was actually a thing…

    • coliver

      Soul-eating consumerism monsters, or rhyming dreams :)?

      • David

        A little from Column A and a little from Column B…

        Unless your dreams are dyslexic or something :D

  2. Julian

    I actually laughed out loud on this one. Looking forward to the rest of the arc.

    • coliver

      Thanks! Always appreciate an audible chuckle :).

  3. ShadowBlade

    Nice! Last panel is excellent! Nice rhyming too!

    • coliver

      Thanks all ’round!

  4. Gary

    Fine. No present for you.

    • coliver

      Hang on now… we’re going somewhere with this… I think, anyway…

  5. Saeed

    Dude, the art work is getting better an better!
    But why doesn’t the last part rhyme?

    • coliver

      Yep, that dude is pro. And yeah… it’s a lazy rhyme :).

    • Jack

      I think I see what you mean, Saeed. It might be even more awesome if Ed’s line fit into the rhyme scheme. Personally I’ve always loved that gag.

  6. The Code Crimson

    I am with you on the dreaded consumerism. Every year, I bake delicious treats for all my friends and family, and I think it makes much more of a difference than spending my days as a mall zombie buying overpriced crap.

    • coliver

      I’m of two minds on it. The part of me that started the arc is with you, but you’ll see the other part come through before long :).

  7. JerryBenedict

    Mmmmm! Yummy soul bits!

    • coliver

      Tastes great with ketchup.

  8. Jack

    Sweet! Looking forward to this!

    Also I love Edward’s Link PJs.

    • coliver

      Me in my cap :).

  9. Mark Stokes

    The Consumerist is as Christmas classic as the Miser Boys (Snow and Heat)!

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