Well, well well, we have another Living With Stacy Xmas Special comic called “Mall Santa.” Stacy and Ryan take a trip to the mall and stop a Mall Santa setup in the main area. Mall Santa’s were all the rage when we were kids…but whose to say adults can’t have a little mall Santa fun too. At least, that’s what Ryan thinks, as he leaps onto Santa’s lap and divulges his big wish list of Christmas presents. Hey, a big boy needs a big list, am I right? Funny thing is, is when Stacy starts getting nervous that Ryan is taking too long– she yanks him off of Santa stating, “It’s my turn next! Quit hoggin’ Santa!” LOL. I guess it wasn’t the lineup she was concerned about. :p
Anyways, that’s it for today’s post. If you liked “Mall Santa” then check out all my other Xmas themed LWS comics. ‘Tis the season, after-all. Also, do my a Christmas favor and support me on Patreon. I don’t know how to covey to you that you’ll love every second of your LWS CLUB MEMBERSHIP. 🙂
Welcome to another hilarious Christmas parody comic called “A Chandler-Brown Christmas!” That’s right, this week’s Xmas gag is inspired from none other than Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang. One of my favorite jokes with Charlie Brown is when Lucy prescribes psychiatric help for 5 cents. It’s such a great gimmick and setup for a joke. It also kind of reveals how depressed Charlie can get…the comic is pretty dark for a happy, go lucky premise.
Anyways, I wanted to pay homage to Schulz’s style. I hope you liked “A Chandler-Brown Christmas!” If you did, you should check out my other Christmas themed comic strips, and don’t forget to check out my PATREON. Have a happy holidays! 🙂
Well, well well…It’s Christmas again, and what better way to celebrate Christmas than with a LWS Xmas Special! I give you, “A Jeanie-Field Christmas!” Yes, if you hadn’t noticed, this comic is inspired by another famous cartoon cat– Can you guess who? Lol. I do not know what it is about Garfield, but I have been watching the old 90s specials– and they are both ironically and unironically funny. The animation is great, the voice acting is spot on, and the so bad it’s good comedy fills me with nostalgia I also have a bonus panel planned for this comic. It should be illuminating to say the least. So look forward to that soon.
I hope you enjoyed “A Jeanie-Field Christmas.” Paying homage to 90s Xmas specials is something I wanted to do this year. I hope you like it. More Christmas comics are on the way, so check back often. Merry Christmas! 🙂