If you didn’t get a chance to read the previous comic please do so! Otherwise this particular strip will make very little sense. This is the second part of a two part comic. It would be nice to have been able to display both parts in a single posting, but due to space limitations we sometimes have to get creative with our boundaries and layout. At this point it feels like cramming too much onto the page would mean having smaller images uploaded and you would miss out on details in the illustrations or the text would lose legibility. We’ve been trying out this new format of four panels and it works fairly well.
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Here is one that was especially fun to draw. The dinosaur-like creature in the third panel is inspired by the tooth fossils of Helicoprion (a prehistoric shark). To this day, scientists are still not sure about what it looked like or how the teeth were set into the jaw even though the first fossils were studied over a century ago. But there are a lot of imaginative artists who have come up with their own idea of how this shark was built. Helicoprion sounds a lot like Helicopter. The upper jaw of our illustrated monster is more similar to the one on Sarcosuchus aka the Super Crocodile. The name means “Sarcophagus Mouth”. Well not exactly, but anything caught in that thing’s jaws probably would be thinking something similar to that.
Just about everyone has experienced the eternal longing programmed into our biological survival instincts. When that natural yearning occurs we typically seek advice from our closest friends. Sometimes it’s best to follow your heart instead of any wisdom friends might divulge. And if that doesn’t work you might be better off following your gut. Follow it to the nearest fried food restaurant and remember that the food in your tummy will fill the momentary void and will not offer too much resistance to your charms or lack thereof. But if it is a human you are looking for to pass on your genetic code with, may I suggest going outside, meeting that person and communicating with them face to face in a verbal fashion. It worked fine before the age of telephones.
Hello again fellow Pangaeans!
We hope you have been enjoying our comics and the Summer. We’ve noticed that there are many more of you watching Emo Caveman now and we are delightfully resolved to entertain you more than ever. Here is another brand new adventure from the before now.