Thursday, December 27, 2007

Ep. 1X08 - Tony the Conversation Killer

Who's the douchebag now, Tony?

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Ep. 1X06 - Failure Via Friends.

By Anthony Loria
1st Period.
Ms. Williams

Webster's defines procrastination as "a type of avoidance behavior, where one pushes tasks back to a later time." Procrastination is not a good thing to do. Like Benjamin Franklin always said, "Why wait till tomorrow, what can be done today." Or maybe it was Einstein . . . I'll look it up later.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

Ep. 1X05 - Everyone's a (Surprisingly Positive) Critic.

Hey, little girl, want to get in my hybrid van and look at my peace prize? I've got free-trade organic candy.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Ep. 1X04 - This Comic is Intended for Audiences Over the Age of [Insert Your Age Here].

* Tony's voice mail:
"I just don't understand, Anthony; who thinks this is funny? Is that the sort of thing you want the world to see? You know, Anderson Cooper was just talking about this 'YouTube' last night. Have you heard of the 'YouTube?' It can look you up. People just type in 'Anthony M. Loria' and just like that, all your potential employers see you and your friend cussing up a storm in your little comic. I only say this because I worry about you. I just don't want you to finish school and be unemployed because you were playing around on your computer. . . . Let me know if you're eating, OK? Call your mother back."

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Ep. 1X03 - Strike That

Do you want to support the writers? Well, you can by making an awesome comic illustrating the plight of the writers union . . . or alternatively, you can go to and sign their petition.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Ep. 1X02 - Sandwich Fun Time

Copyright 2007 Tony LoriAWESOME and TJ DIEtderich . . . as in emphasis on "die", as in "you should."

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Ep. 1X01 - Pilot

It's a comic within a comic within a comic within a comic within a comic within a comic within a comic within a comic within a comic within a com . . .