November 28, 2005
Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #64!

''Like Bob Holly!''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #64!

And they just keep on coming! In Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #64, we touch on the recent release of the Xbox 360 and the lengths to which some individuals were willing to go to attain one. Make that two! It's nuts.  (11/28/05)

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Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #64!

Welcome back to Scary-Crayon, y'all! How ya been? Sure glad t'see ya again! Hope yer glad t'be back! Feel free t'click some Google ads or make donations or buy some shirts while yer here. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Anyway, today's Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash episode touches on one of the weirder incidents that took place following the release of the Xbox 360. At first I heard it and thought, "What crazy fuckers...!" but now, having seen Xboxes going for upwards of $2000 on eBay, I'm kinda wishing I'd thought of it. $1600 profit per system ain't bad at all, and that dude stole two! And I'd like to know more about the robber -- because you've gotta be at least marginally interesting to steal Xboxes at gunpoint. Hell, there should be a game about him (or her! The article doesn't sex the thief): True Crime: Hardcore Gamers. I'd play it.

Oh, and the comic also stars ST@N (Stan) of Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #48 fame. Yeah, that was some twisted stuff.

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November 25, 2005
And The Week of Hot Flashes concludes…

...with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #63. Spam is pretty weird stuff, isn't it? In one message they'll be trying to sell you products for the purposes of penis enlargement; in the next they'll be trying to sell you steaks. Given that all of these messages collect in the spam folder -- and that, given the nature of spam, the senders are generally faceless and/or unimportant -- it's pretty easy to think of the e-mails as being related and coming from the same sender, which can make for some pretty horrific and disgusting images. Hence the look on my face in today's comic.

Anyway, that's the end of The Week of Hot Flashes -- hope you've enjoyed it! There will, of course, be more Hot Flashes in the future; they just won't be part of The Week of Hot Flashes (or at least not the FIRST one, as it's entirely possible that I'll decide to have another one at some point). Alrighty then. Hope y'all had a happy Thanksgiving, and thanks for reading Scary-Crayon! Ja.

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Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #63!

''Sick to Your Stomach?''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #63!

The Week of Hot Flashes comes to a close with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #63. Individual spam e-mails can be revolting, but sometimes reading them back to back amplifies their disgust level tenfold.  (11/25/05)

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November 24, 2005
A THANKSGIVING POEM!

''A Thanksgiving Poem''

A THANKSGIVING POEM!

And now, it's time for a special Thanksgiving edition of Crayon Poetry Corner! Today's poem is appropriately titled "A Thanksgiving Poem". There's also a mp3 download of the poem being read aloud! YAY!  (11/24/05)

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

Of course, Thanksgiving isn't very happy for me, as you'll read -- and hear! -- in "A Thanksgiving Poem", today's fittingly titled special edition of Crayon Poetry Corner. Though I guess it's not entirely true, seeing as how if you're one of the five people who actually reads the blog you probably appreciate whatever "wit" I have to offer at least a little bit. Which doesn't really help improve my situation, but thanks for reading and stuff. Hope you enjoy Scary-Crayon! Yep.

Also, keeping The Week of Hot Flashes rolling along, we've got not one but TWO new comics for you today -- Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #62 and a special edition Thanksgiving Hot Flash. Both are based on spam, seeing as how I get like 100+ spam e-mails a day. It's sick.

Well, that's all I've got for this holiday update. Once again, Happy Thanksgiving! Be good to yourselves... and each other. And try some tofurky while you're at it. Seriously.

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A THANKSGIVING Hot Flash!

''Surviving Holiday Gluttony''

A THANKSGIVING Hot Flash!

Yeah, as if there haven't been enough Hot Flashes from the Dusty Plastic HELL this holiday week, here's an extra Thanksgiving Hot Flash for you! Once again, it's based on spam. Scary-Crayon gets way too much spam.  (11/24/05)

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Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #62!

''Talking Turkey''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #62!

Happy Thanksgiving, folks! Scary-Crayon's holiday week of spamtastic comics continues with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #62. I am totally running out of things to write in these little blurbs. But look, it's turkey!  (11/24/05)

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November 23, 2005
Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #61!

''Avoid plumbing disasters & earn Points''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #61!

More? More! More Hot Flashes! I guess there are lots of plumbing mishaps in the winter and whatnot, but that's not what sprang to mind for Wes in Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #61. Spam really looks out for you.  (11/23/05)

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Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #61!

And our holiday week of spam-based Hot Flashes continues with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #61! Now you're playing with power.

And there WILL be another Hot Flash tomorrow, but if you're too busy celebrating with friends and family and stuff to swing by, HAPPY THANKSGIVING in advance! The comic(s) will be here for you when you get back from your fun-filled vacation. ๐Ÿ˜›

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November 22, 2005
A RANDOM LUNCH #9!!!

Not again...!

A RANDOM LUNCH #9!!!

What's this? Kain and Wild Boar Alien are back for more cheesy graham madness in A Random Lunch #9! When will the insanity end?! If Kain had his way, that question would be answered as such: "IMMEDIATELY!"  (11/22/05)

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Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #60!

''Become a giant''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #60!

And Scary-Crayon's Week of Hot Flashes continues with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #60! What the hell was this piece of spam going on about? Your guess is as good as mine. Also, I really do like dinosaurs.  (11/22/05)

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The Week of Hot Flashes continues!

And while that is indeed true with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #60, today's update also boasts something a little more substantial: A Random Lunch #9! Thrill to the wacky, cheesy, grahammy adventures of Kain and Wild Boar Alien in another instance of one of Scary-Crayon's most beloved recurring themes. And regarding the Hot Flash, yes, I know what the spam message really meant -- but that was a rather odd way of putting it, don't you think?

Hey, speaking of dinosaurs fighting giant more or less humanoid creatures, have you seen the new King Kong toys? The T-Rex figure -- or V-Rex, as they're calling it, which I think is hella stupid -- has that weird collapsing action "feature". A few of the figures in the new TMNT line have it also. And you know what? I hate it and would like to meet the moron that came up with it just so I can slap that person. Action figures ALREADY have a built-in collapsing feature, people -- it's called being vulnerable to gravity and falling the fuck over. There's no need for a character to collapse into a mess of limbs connected by string, like that's what really happens when somebody loses a fight anyway. It might make sense if this were a feature on, say, one of the Kill Bill enemy action figures, but anywhere else? DUMB.

The Week of Hot Flashes continues tomorrow with Hot Flash #61!

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November 21, 2005
Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #59!

''GET Up to 15OO Bucks in your pocket...''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #59!

That's right, boys and girls -- as a special Scary-Crayon Thanksgiving treat, it's The Week of Hot Flashes! Join us as the daily spam-based strangeness kicks off with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #59. Yessir.  (11/21/05)

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The Week of Hot Flashes has begun!

That's right! I may not have a goddamned thing to be thankful for this holiday season, but hopefully I can give you something to look forward to with a new spam-based Hot Flash this Monday through Friday. And kicking things off, it's Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #59! Note that I could also have drawn this with male deer, but my pockets would've had to have been f'n huge to pull that one off.

Aaaand we'll be back tomorrow with a new Hot Flash and another article! Hint: It stars a vampire and an alien. Excited? Maybe you shouldn't be...

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November 18, 2005
Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #58!

''Maximum C...''

Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #58!

The weird and objectionably captioned comics continue on Scary-Crayon with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #58! Watch as Carnage escapes from Ravencroft singing, "I'm gonna get me some tonight!" He's crazy.  (11/18/05)

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Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #58!

And after last time's squeaky clean update, it's time to get nasty with Dusty Plastic HELL: Hot Flash #58! Following the trend of slapping various screencaps with suggestive captions and word bubbles, today's kinky comic follows Carnage after his escape from Ravencroft. For the curious, these screencaps are from Maximum Carnage for the SNES, based on the 14-part Spider-Man crossover from 1993. I was reading comics back then, and while I remember the saga fondly (hey, it had Venom, Demogoblin, and, among favorite characters of mine, Cloak and Dagger), this game sucked then and it sucks now. If you've never played it, consider yourself lucky!

Also, you may have noticed that the Google ads (ugh) are up at the bottoms of articles. Sorry for the annoyance, but click them sometime, eh? Every click helps pay for Scary-Crayon's hosting costs and review material! And stuff.

Aaaand finally, as a special Thanksgiving treat for Scary-Crayon readers, next week is going to be THE WEEK OF HOT FLASHES, with a new spam-based Hot Flash comic every weekday! That's FIVE new Hot Flashes! Yup. That'll be in addition to at least one other article -- and hopefully two -- so make sure to check us out next week! And have a happy holiday and stuff. ๐Ÿ™‚

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November 16, 2005
Clean Christian Comedy…?

Clean Christian Comedy...?

CLEAN CHRISTIAN COMEDY...?

Apparently there's a whole subgenre of clean comedy for the Christian crowd -- and Wes recently attended a show! Read on as we sorta review it and attempt to answer this question: What is clean Christian comedy?  (11/16/05)

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