Comic 239 - じびきの でんわちょう

27th Aug 2011, 11:29 AM in What Could Have Been
<<First <Previous Next> Latest>>
じびきの でんわちょう

This is the greatest idea anyone has ever had ever. FACT.

Rate this comic: 5 4 3 2 1 Current Rating: 75%
<<First Latest>>


I just want you to know that...

27th Aug 2011, 11:53 AM stole this line from Spiderman 2 or 3. Can't recall which.
J. Jonah Jameson says something about Spidey, Peter tells him that would be slander, and he says "It is not, and I resent that! Slander is spoken; in print, it's libel."

And since you have Tropetan as a character/author now, it seems appropiate to put it this way. ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne

31st Mar 2014, 11:28 AM
The Chessmaster
I disagree, mainly because conversational bits like that, especially when done so differently, simply can't be considered to be from anywhere in particular, as by that definition, the movie in question stole it from somewhere else, too, which stole it from somewhere else which stole it from somewhere else and so on.

30th Aug 2011, 3:01 AM
But if you looked up "surgeon" and found a picture of a surgeon you could call, that surgeon would become overbooked and none of the other surgeons would get any patients!

3rd Jan 2012, 10:48 AM
I didn't say to look up "overbooked surgeon", silly. That would be wildly impractical.

16th Jan 2012, 2:10 PM
I think you have cause and effect a bit confused, there.

30th Aug 2011, 4:49 AM
*looks up from the Google homepage* What's a phone book?

30th Aug 2011, 7:46 PM
A big paper weight made fomr paper

30th Aug 2011, 7:47 PM


4th Sep 2011, 4:35 AM
*looks up from kindle and minimizes e-mail* what's paper?


30th Sep 2011, 1:02 AM
*removes hudglasses* What's a Kindle?

11th Oct 2011, 1:12 PM
Is this comic dead?

16th Oct 2011, 6:43 AM
I think it was, or is, dead. But the lightning is new...

16th Oct 2011, 9:30 AM
What lightn - Oh. Wow.

17th Oct 2011, 10:48 PM
The lightning is the same effect used when Bash-tan and Tab-tan came into being. Draw your own conclusions.
And by that I mean draw them in webcomic form.

19th Oct 2011, 6:52 AM
So, the AntropomorphicPersonification of the comic being dead?
Glad to see time-travel-free paradox, at least.

23rd Oct 2011, 2:20 PM
I think it's the personification of the comic itself... meaning the original author's coming back. YAY!

8th Nov 2011, 8:10 AM
Why's the title suddenly in Japanese?

Re: Japanese

9th Nov 2011, 7:41 PM
It is not a sudden development.

4th Dec 2011, 5:09 PM
Your comic is bad and you should feel bad.

5th Dec 2011, 2:45 PM
Oh, I do. I feel simply awful, in fact. It's a daily struggle. But what else can one do but strive to improve?

My condolences for your having received such a terrible name, incidentally. I'd be happy to offer potential replacements, if you should so request.

6th Dec 2011, 12:45 AM
Oh hi Trope-tan. You're still around, then?

15th Dec 2011, 9:23 AM
He did get the short straw in the name lottery, didn't he?..



Fred: Now that you're not flipping out about the relative height of your eyes, what are your thoughts on this new development?
Bob: It's awful. All of it. Entirely awful.
There is no word in the English language to describe just how awful it is.

Trope-tan: I become increasingly convinced that if one looked up "intolerable" in the dictionary, there would be a picture of you there.
Bob: … no, there wouldn't. Dictionaries don't work that way.
Trope-tan: True, but wouldn't it be awesome if they did?

Bob: Um, not really?
Trope-tan: No, think about it.
If dictionaries worked like that, you could look up "surgeon", and there would be a picture of a surgeon.
And then you could go hire the surgeon in the picture as your surgeon.

Trope-tan: Or you could look up "plumber" to find a picture of a plumber if you need some plumbing done.
Fred: Or you could look up "heroic" and you'd get someone, y'know, heroic.
Trope-tan: Or you could look up "allergic" if, um, you needed to test some antihistamines?

Jane: So, if your president got kidnapped by ninjas, you'd look up "bad" in the dictionary-
Trope-tan: - and see a picture of me so you'd get me to rescue your president!
Jane: … sure.

Xavius: Wouldn't there be lots of legal issues with releasing such a dictionary?
Fred: Oh, indubitably. The reaction from the guy whose picture is under "jerk", for example.
Jane: The problem of slander is significant in developing this concept.

Fred: Doesn't slander only apply to speech? If it's written I think it's called libel.
Jane: But it's not written, either. It's a picture.
Trope-tan: Libel covers images too. Other Wiki says so.

Bob: There are already things that do this. They are called *phone books*.
Xavius: Ah, but phone books don't provide definitions of words!
Bob: … no, I suppose they don't.


Free SubDomain Names

Twitter and Facebook SMS Updates