Monday, 5 October 2009

Mr. Muffin's Maze!

Saturday, 3 October 2009

Stranded, perhaps on 'Nomanisan Island'?


I would fall off my seat in surprise if I learned that this joke hasn't been done before. But that didn't stop me from drawing my own 'Too Close For Comfort' version of it, the way I see it in my head with vivid tropical colours and all.

Thursday, 1 October 2009


'Pride & Prejudice & Social Networking'

"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single Tweeter in possession of suitable technology must be in want of followers with whom to Tweet."

Oh how different - and probably much shorter - Jane Austen novels would be if Twitter or Facebook were around at the time of their writing. Romance was conducted in a more dignified, but glacially slow way, back then. There were rules of courtship to follow and romantic intentions to be analysed and acted upon. Everything was a lot more restrained. Things didn't just happen like this... ...which, I think you'll agree, is probably for the best. Tweets and status updates do not make for classic literature, especially as you'd just get pages and pages of Mrs. Bennet Tweeting about wanting to marry-off her daughters to rich fellas.