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Issue 4, Page 20 - Up More Cup Sizes than a Knocked-up Paltrow.

Issue 4, Page 20 - Up More Cup Sizes than a Knocked-up Paltrow.

October 24, 2013 in Issue 4
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Caley Tibbittz Collopy 22nd Dec 2013, 6:23 PM edit delete reply
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...and it's time for some MOOBS, mutha CLUCKER.

The script originally called for a shirtless MacKnight in a well-lit room; somewhere in the rough stage I decided shirtless wasn't going to make Smiley uncomfortable enough, so I looked at MacKnight and said "OFF WITH HIS PANTS!!!" so loudly that my neighbors called the police.

Something else that wasn't in the original script: Smiley wearing Kathryn's breastplate. Smiley's just so self-conscious in his splashy desire for attention that theatrics and cheap gags become him.

And in case the homosexual tension between MacKnight and Smiley wasn't obvious enough in issue #1, here they allude to The Lonely Island's song "No Homo".

The art was finished yesterday morning, but I had a lot of Photoshop post to do (ended up fucking up that chest lettering and had to redo it), and the lettering wasn't done 'til 11:35pm (I think I rewrote every single on this page, some several times over), so I decided FUCK THE VAMPIRES, I'm'a post in the morn'ting.

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Caley Tibbittz Collopy 7th Mar 2014, 3:21 PM edit delete reply
Caley Tibbittz Collopy
No one seemed to care that much, but I think "Gone up more cup sizes than a knocked-up Paltrow, I 'ave..." is not only the best thing I've ever written, but probably surpasses the bulk of Shakespeare's quotables.