Franks and Beans, the Internet comedy
The show is something I like to do and a creative outlet for some of my stranger ideas, and let's face it, it was only a matter of time before I did something comics related with it. So I'd like to proudly present the two page comic, which is titled "Larger than Life". Read it, won't you? No, seriously, read it:
In this comic, I tried to keep the same feel of a regular episode of Franks and Beans while doing things that couldn't be done (without one of us striking it rich at random) in real life, thus the giant muscleman look for me and the wanton destruction that happens throughout; I also tried to squeeze as many jokes and references to actual episodes in these two pages as I could. I'd like to think that I accomplished both goals.
Art for this beauty is by none other than Alan Gallo, who meticulously recreated Larry's kitchen on the page, not to mention capturing the likenesses of me, Larry, Larry's mom and superfan Mark Moncheck. Colors were provided by Michael Wiggam, and it took me SO LONG to letter these crowded panels.
Beyond simply being a vanity project (which, I'll admit, plays a part in this comic's creation), Larry and I are going to include this as an insert in the third volume of Franks and Beans DVDs. We're also going to print out copies of this comic, at full size, and hand it out at conventions. I'm also posting it online for free. The marketing push begins! And this, apparently, is at the forefront as an advertisement.
Franks and Beans also has a new website...with exactly the same URL as before. A while ago, when I was having trouble with the main Teddy and the Yeti website, the F&B site was experiencing the same problems. It's since been wiped clean, and the long, tedious process of rebuilding it has begun. As always, though, I've been given the opportunity to streamline and make some things better, so hopefully this is all for the best.