Contributed by Andy Weir, author of Casey and Andy, one of my
Produced by myself on the Historic Tale Construction Kit.
From a LEGO comic by Dave Goeb, the Time Cruisters Comic Book.
Death of Being Sat On By A Giant Frog appears on pages 7 to 10 of the comic.
Dave Goeb has also produced this standalone piece, titled: I'M GONNA NEED A BIGGER FROG.
Who'd have thought the Official Website of the Government of Nigeria would
produce IWC fan art? But this, believe it or not, is an actual screencapture of the site, on the day that
strip #506 appeared.
A reaction from Peter Murray to the new pink-skinned Harry Potter characters LEGO has released.
A reader by the perfectly normal name of King Monkey reminds us
who to vote for in the US Presidential election.
Brian Hogue sent this comic, showing us part of the incidental fallout from when the fantasy gang
burnt down the tavern.
Gavin MacBeath has unearthed a lost work of Leonardo da Vinci. This was clearly a man ahead of his time.
Rebecca Curtis shows us how die Führer deals with a headcold. Er... a braincold.
Jericho Brown gives us this glimpse of what Episode IV would have been like... if it had met Episode I.
Dusan Jeftinija, creator of Legostar Galactica, offers
this view of what one of his characters thinks of Irregular Webcomic!
Kenneth Scroggins shows us what would happen if Shakespeare wrote for Clippy.
Leon Smith provides this Legostar Galactica fan-art
Stickman Arcade posted a
strip in which Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs "guest stars".
Roman Wunderlich sent this astronomy/anatomy pun.
ABC News in America ran this story about a guy from Minnesota who has discovered he's Nigerian royalty. Now
where have we heard a story like that before?
Den Whitton posted this IWC/Legostar Galactica
crossover in his own 3-D rendered comic: Bugs.
This appeared in n00b and Stickman on
2 September, 2005.
Iain Wilson created this ad for IWC for a school English assignment.
Randy Crock made this, using characters from his own LEGO comic, Randomness Inc.
From Web Amused by Joshua Macy.
Glenn Alexander sent this explanation of why Darth Vader never removes his helmet in public.
Peter Murray shows us Death's New Year's resolution for 2006.
Jeremy Farance provides these glimpses at a Death who hasn't seen a lot of work since medieval times.
Insanely Overpowered Fireballs appears as a guest in a couple of strips from Brogo.
Andrew Bird drew this wonderful depiction of the Fantasy gang showing their exceptional roleplaying teamwork.
Andrew Bird gives us another insight into the Fantasy characters, showing their good samaritan work in rescuing Dwalin the dwarf from orcs.
Dr Dave illustrates an awkward moment on the Infinite Featureless Plane of Death.
Nathan Alumbaugh visited a local cemetery and discovered this.
More from Andrew Bird, this time the space guys, and Quercus delivering on his promise to Spanners.
Mart Nixon provides a sneak peak at next summer's hugest blockbuster.
A fan strip from Mart Nixon.
The prolific Mart Nixon previews another exciting movie.
Oscar Gómez provides this wonderful drawing of the Martians invading Ishmael's college dorm room.
Ivo Holzner of (Nach-)Kriegsgeschichten makes an observation on my Calivn & Hobbes T-shirt.
The mysterious "Air of Mystery" supplied this reinterpretation of strip #1026.
Calcipher supplies this useful warning sign, which should be posted prominently wherever you read IWC.
Andrew Bird contributes another fantastic drawing, this time a portrait of Kyros in serious mode.
Dan offers this reworking to demonstrate the rivalry between Insanely Overpowered Fireballs and Choking On A Giant Frog.
This reinterpretation of #1333 mysteriously appeared on Uncyclopedia.
Jemppu Malkki provides this amazing "movie poster" for the Cliffhangers theme, featuring portraits of Colonel Haken and Erwin.
Jeremy Farrance shows us another Death. You have been warned.
More from Andrew Bird, this time in glorious colour.
middlerun gives his interpretation of the Martian invasion by fiat.
Adrián Begoña supplies a comic explaining Maxwell's equations (inspired by #1420)
in Spanish! See his original blog post.
The Deaths get a mention in Kristen Moore's Master of Arts thesis on the topic of
The Grim Reaper, Working Stiff: The Man, The Myth, The Everyday.
The footnote on page 43 reads:
Comparatively, we also see Irregular Webcomic! featuring a number of Grim Reapers who each represent a
different form of dying - for example, Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs, Death of Being Wrestled to Death
by Steve, and Death of Choking on a Giant Frog. The presence of separate Grim Reapers for these different
circumstances of death could be interpreted as a (rather tongue-in-cheek) acknowledgement of the human desire to
retain individuality, even into our time of death.
Munchkin Cthulhu by Steve Jackson Games features the Froggoth, a monster that
causes you to die of choking on a giant frog. Yes, this is a deliberate reference to Irregular Webcomic! Steve suggested it to me.