Good Advice

April 22, 2013
Good Advice

About this comic

Once again, totally digging on this season of GoT, and as an even bigger fan of the books, I love watching Tyrion Lannister do his thing. Anyway, today’s comic is less of a comic, and more of an illustration. So there. Look for a new “jokey” comic on Thursday. :) Oh, and you can get a PRINT of this one if you desire it!

20 Responses to Good Advice

  1. boomarango says:

    Oh man that is awesome! I love Child’s Play! Is this a medieval twist?

  2. Matt says:

    Will I be able to buy a print of this in the near future?

  3. Laffable says:

    If you ever get Peter Dinklage on the show, I’ll send you my entire life’s savings.

  4. ian says:

    Sorry to point this out Scott, but it’s bugging me. You got the scar wrong. It goes from the left to the right as your looking at his face. Unless you’re going for the book version in which case he should be missing most of his nose. Or I just realized maybe your not drawing Tyrion to avoid copy-write.

  5. Frankie D. says:

    Yeah, still pissed off they’ve replaced “Missing his entire nose” with “Has a bit of a cut”…

    • Filip says:

      Well, it was impractical to have one of the main characters be missing a nose for the rest of the show. They hinted at it with Cercei’s comment, and at least took to effort to give him a scar. The whole half-nose thing was never vital to the story anyway.

      • Frankie D. says:

        ” The whole half-nose thing was never vital to the story anyway”

        I’d disagree. It changed the character and gave him the ability to hide in plain sight.

        • Rob says:

          Making it look like someone is missing a hand on a TV budget is hard enough. Making it look like someone is missing a nose…

  6. lurker says:

    Scott- I get the copywrite caution, and remember the Gandalf you shall not pass. But in all seriousness, is some lawyer gonna reach out and sue you because of your comic? I mean we all get its GOT themed comic. It’s like saying a$$ to get around filters in a Call of Duty game. I mean really? If there are lawyers out there that deal with this..they should go after any rap song ever made that borrows its beat from some old song. Bleh the world we live in..and why I lurk.

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  8. Lavaskajunkie says:

    Love this >.<

  9. rowd says:

    Scott, love this one!

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