Don’t call us, we’ll call you

May 20, 2013
Don’t call us, we’ll call you

About this comic

I do these occasionally, and if you dig through the EL archives, chances are you’ll find others. They typically show up when a new x-men movie is coming out.

This time? Just felt like it. Well, sort of. I found a note in a book I keep next to my bed for sleep-time comic ideas and the like, and I don’t remember doing it, but there written in pencil were the words, “Nervous Diarrhea”. Very odd, but I ran with it the only way I know how, for good or bad.

Anyway, enjoy! Who would you put on the reject list?

17 Responses to Don’t call us, we’ll call you

  1. JHammondC says:

    This is my favorite one. I love the fact that the ear has a q-tip. And the expression pants optional is great. Maybe there will be one of those at the N13 costume contest.

  2. John B says:

    You should never run with nervous diarrhea. Not a good idea.

  3. Pants Optional Man shouldn’t have that option if he needs such a short black bar. ;)

    I’d like to see Nervous Diarrhea in a fight though.

    • Rob says:

      Maybe PO Man curves to the side. Just sayin’ ;-) Also Nervous D would be one helluva weapon, being covered in D has got to bring all that fighting to a dead stop. Ewww.

  4. anotherjmartin says:

    Pants Optional Man looks suspiciously like Brian Ibbott…

    • Jack Fox says:

      Are you saying you have seen Ibbott sans pants!?

      Also, I would never want to be stuck behind Nervous D.

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  5. Bardsolo says:

    Nervous Diarrhea should have had a cape made from T.P. His outfit should also be that odd pepto shade of pink.

  6. Moobie says:

    The expresion on the face of “Pants Optional Man” is killing me, LOL! >.<

    He does indeed look like Mr. Ibbott quite a bit. :D

    • I agree…he seems FAR too happy about his situation.

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  7. Heh heh, good one!

    I read DC more often when I was young, so I came up with “Super Wino!”

  8. Jack Fox says:

    The amount of Spam comments from other sites makes me sad =(.

  9. The scenes that would have to be written to incorporate these X-Men would be hilarious!

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