Comic: “Well there’s yer problem”

September 8, 2009
Comic: “Well there’s yer problem”

About this comic

This is one of those comics that came to me in the middle of the night. It’s been a while since a clown was featured in a comic, so this was as good a time as any. Something about the scenario struck me funny. I hope it strikes you in a similar way.

27 Responses to Comic: “Well there’s yer problem”

  1. Wobbel says:

    Hahaha :D (and that better b a bone in the middel picture :P)

  2. Renee says:

    So why isn’t the doctor wearing gloves? There cannot be a good reason.

    • Marylee says:

      crab was a mother, would you raise its young like as if they were your own?And I excpet an answer to all of these, especially number 10 ( because that one puts your character into question)

  3. Love it! I also really like the new site design; not sure how long it’s been up (I’m not paying attention) but it tres sweat!

  4. Asterix says:

    Wobbel – I was thinking the same thing. LOL!

    • Daniel says:

      What is your favorite non-fiction book?What caotorn character do you most relate with?Steel Cage Death match, who would win: -Oprah or Martha Stewart-Tony the Tiger or the Trix Bunny-Clown Shoes or Latex LeggingsIf you were the person that decided what type of apocalypse the world would undergo (i.e. sun exploding, zombie attack, etc), what would you choose? Essentiall I’m asking “Death to the world by ______”

  5. J says:

    Renee – HAHAHA why did i think the same thing…GMTA :)

  6. Renee says:

    Also, can anybody tell me what the yellow thing is on the examining table? Could be his clothes. But I want a more creative answer.

  7. Stephen says:

    Freaking fantastic. I’m guessing that this isn’t part of the act, although you have to wonder what else is up there.

  8. dethmunky says:

    Clown school rule #1: Never eat bean barritos before an gig.

  9. Scott, sometimes you worry me. Usually between giggles.

    Your dreams must be more fun than mine; the last one I remember, I was about to be crushed under a huge piece of machinery. Thank the gods I woke up!

    • Nakoma says:

      The last dream I remember, I was being chased down by a HUGE grizzly bear. It was a very vivid dream. I woke up to find that the roars of the grizzly were actually the snores of my girlfriend, who was stuffed up from a cold. Kid you not.

  10. bob says:

    Came to you in the middle of the night?
    Like, while watching Robot Chicken when they did this gag about a week ago???

    • Evgeniy says:

      to my friends, My brain is inetglilent, but my heart is dumb . In the beginning, I did not think love would be enough. His misrepresentations about who he was and what he believed were vast. Though, as time went on and the fighting continued, I changed my tune. I wanted to believe that love would conquer all. It didn’t. We both still love each other. That is the truly sad part. Again, I think about what you wrote above, and it brings a measure of sane-ness to my hurt and whirling-with-thoughts mind. Timing is everything. Your honesty and bluntness have brought a little relief to me this morning. Moreover, assurance that it would be complete insanity to think about trying to get him back. The truth is I have known for sometime that he does not deserve me. I deserve to be with someone SO much better. If not for our marriage, and the children involved, I would have left long ago. I am not a quitter, you know, for better or worse, but shit sometimes you just have to say, Enough. We are broken as a couple, and now I realize that the relationship we had is dead. And you what? It is good that it is dead. Now that I see it that way, I can start the healing process and move forward.I enjoy how you think, and appreciate your posts. Keep up the good work!Leza

  11. James says:

    Renee, the yellow thing on the table is the rubber chicken that was plugging all those hankies up….shudder

  12. Bluenoser says:

    Ba ha ha ha ha!

  13. John says:

    Shouldn’t at least the first 4 or 5 flags be brown? I’m just saying…

  14. Saltybob says:

    is that O dressed as the clown?

  15. Very funny. The Dr. should really have on gloves though, for safety’s sake.

  16. Xcomer says:

    daddy, when i grow up i wanna be a proctologist!

  17. Maybe the gloves got stuck when he started pulling the ribbons out and they fell to the floor.

  18. S says:

    Yeah a Clown, right. Old drug-courier trick.

  19. Molly says:

    I thought the clown would have a smile on his face! :D

  20. Darrell says:

    Another classic.
    Yeah, simple as that.

  21. mefe (peter steinke) says:

    OMG Scott.. this is the first comic of your that i read and couldnt help but to laugh very loudly…. kudos

  22. Splive says:

    This comic made me chuckle. Then I really looked at the doctor, and had to refrain from laughing out loud. Just too perfect:

    His expression is one of confused, disturbed horrer. He is leaning oh so slightly to the side like he is shying away from the whole situation. His eyes – staring in horrer at the source of his misery.

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