I bet Gamzee really did achieve godtier and any minute now he’ll come back and be all better but the bullets will still be in him and he’ll go PTOO PTOO PTOO and the bullets will fly out of his mouth like it’s a machine gun and shoot Caliborn all like kaPWSHCSHCSHH and paradox space will be saaaaaaaaved!
It looks like Jack counts in base some-multiple-of-7.
I thought he was counting weeks?
That could well be. He did have a job after all, and by extension a schedule.
That raises some interesting (re: unimportant) implications though, that he has a 7-day cycle. Does he have specific tasks that he only has to do every 7 days? Or maybe he worked the equivalent of Monday-to-Friday and got weekends off, like a 40-hour week on Earth would be? I wonder what Jack does with his weekends.
Maybe I’ll make a comic about Jack enjoying his weekends.
Hopefully you guys are all cool with pastel-coloured overweight superheroes mixed into your Homestuck art; I know I sure am! (Also I’ll probably be making more Baman Piderman stuff in the future too, so there’s that.)
Well after an insane amount of hullabaloo and a lot of me laying face down on the floor weeping, the Halloween Baman Piderman special, “Ghost Night” is now up!
This is the longest short Alex and I have made together like this; two minutes longer then the previous longest Baman Piderman episode! I learned so much from it, and I hope it will be spookily enjoyable for everyone.
Best as always,
Lindsay + Alex
This is the best episode yet! I declare that 10/25 shall henceforth be called That-Day-When-Crazy-Awesome-Long-Flash-Animations-Are-Released Day, or something to that effect.
My favourite part was definitely the skeleton mirror. I did a double-take after that and went “Wait - Baman has a skeleton?”
At which point I re-watched it and saw that in place of ribs and hips and a spine, Baman, unlike the others, just has a bunch of disconnected bones floating in the volume of his torso.
This show is brilliant.
(Actually, that scene is also my favourite for how much else it reveals. 1: Piderman isn’t big-boned. With a better metabolism, he’d probably be built like Pumkin. 2: Pumkin either has vestigial facebones, or those carvings went pretty deep. 3: Squib’s been raiding the fridge.)
Also, Pumkin’s half-asleep dream-visions pay off after a whole season- You know what, I’m rambling now. Just watch the episode, everybody.
Baman Piderman and Dick Figures crossover! It’s what the world never knew it so badly needed till this beautiful moment!
This is soooooo cute I love it, haha. All the DF animation done, of course, lovingly by the bros over at Six Point Harness. Special guest appearance furnished by Small-Butera enterprises; a totally real not made up studio.
If you’re not following the Dick Figures crew on tumbles you should because they are some rad folks; like Lynn, Ed, and Zack.
Pumkin is the perfect ambassador for the Baman Piderman universe. I’ll bet he volunteered himself for the universe-jump to spare the more impressionable ones. Piderman, you don’t need to know the new words you’d hear there.
But Pumkin and Blue seem like peas in a pod. They should start a book club.
So I don’t have Flash for a while. I should probably hook up my Wacom tablet to this laptop I’m using, but until then, have this beautiful image of Karkat. I drew him with MS Paint, a trackpad, and a massive amount of talent.