God Loves America

God Loves America

Oh man I have always wanted to have to face that decision. Do you go with the “Ghostbusters” advice and just hope that whoever it is who is asking you if you are a god or not is either not a god themselves or that maybe you are somehow capable of successfully faking god status in the presence of a real life actual god?

Well, she seems nice, and usually it’s best to be honest.

I would like to point out that this is a completely new and different female character and not the same female character that has been in this strip before. You can tell because she has grey-white skin, purple hair, and purple eyes. Also she seems to be giant, and possibly a god. I could have maybe drawn her with like a different sort of hair cut or something, but I didn’t, and anyway I like her and it’s my comic so I get to do what I want.

The title doesn’t exactly fit this one, but I think I’ve done pretty well over all with the Swans titles.

Also, to the anonymous commenter from Monday’s comic, the initial batch of shirts will not glow in the dark, as I do not currently posses glow in the dark ink, but I could, in the future, so in the future there could be glow in the dark shirts. Sorry. I missed your comment until just now somehow.

New Readers: This is a good place to start

oh my goodness purchase these t-shirts quick quick quick!

Discussion (2)¬

  1. d e mcanulty says:

    maybe the truth is better: “to some”

  2. adam says:

    You don’t have to answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’! Put whatever weird being is asking you these things on the defensive. Show him/her you don’t put up with nonsense from whatever sort of thing she/he is. Replying with a forceful “First prove to me that you’re even worthy of a response!” is guaranteed to not backfire on you no matter what


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