TFI: Tip #53

"Headline: Wall Street Jumper Vanishes Reports came in today of another suicide jumper in the wake of the recent catastrophic market activity. An unidentified man was seen falling from the 40-story Equitable Building early in the afternoon. Oddly, employees in the building were unable to account for anyone missing among their ranks, and despite the incident being witnessed by no less than half a dozen horrified onlookers, a body was never recovered." - Newspaper Clipping from The New York Times, November 5th, 1929 ---------- The third issue of TFI. Sorry to the humorists out there, I guess we're bringing the room down again, but we're trying to accomplish something different with this strip. Hope you enjoy! ~C Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Share/Bookmark

19 thoughts on “TFI: Tip #53

  1. I really like the look of this one. Nice lighting.

    1. B did a damn fine job.

  2. Since he could survive that, I would do some messed up thrill seeking or at least try to find some kind of meaning out of life since he can not opt out.

    1. And I think sometimes you’d be able to do that. But part of thrill seeking is the danger, and there’s no danger for him.

  3. This is how I felt when they cancelled “The Cape”

    1. But, somehow, you just gotta keep on keepin’, Gary.

  4. Very well done, guys! Words and picture match perfectly!

    1. Thanks Mark :)!

  5. There’s a Mr. L. Long on the phone for you.

    1. Uhh… you’re going to have to explain that one.

  6. For some inexplicable reason, I am very impressed by this comic. It’s drawn and colored beautifully and it touches me in a strange place. Sorta like old Aunt Craig.

    Well done!

    1. Aunt Craig??? hmmmmmmmmm

    2. Yeeeeah… are you sure that wasn’t Aunt Craigina? Also, thanks very much :).

  7. I think it would be a fun game to just throw yourself off a cliff into the ocean and see where you wash up.

    1. I guess that’s one way to pass the time :).

  8. Grim, but really well done!

    1. Thanks Warren :)!

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