No sensible person would ever confuse Wild Things with Where The Wild Things Are – and therein lies THE COMEDY!


Okay, admittedly, it’s a cheap set-up to the joke. But I like the dialogue in this strip. I like the back and forth between Jared and Tom. So I had a lot of fun writing it.

Am I alone in the Wild Things/Where The Wild Things Are connection? Was I the only one that tripped a trigger for? One has absolutely nothing to do with the other. I’m just trying to figure out on a scale of 1 to 10 how weird I am.

I don’t have a lot to say about Where The Wild Things Are in today’s post, so I’m hoping you greatly enjoyed today’s comic and I can coast by without a blog.

If you’d like a little more in-depth discussion, I suggest you download Monday night’s episode of The Triple Feature. We had a very productive discussion about Where The Wild Things Are as well as Paranormal Activity. I think you will enjoy our broadcast.

In the meantime, I’d like to draw everyone’s attention to the two blank Project Wonderful ads we have near the top of the page, to the right of the comic.

I recently dropped the minimum bid from $2.50 a day to $1.70 a day. That’s a steal no matter how you slice it, so I’m a little perplexed as to why I’m not seeing more advertisers in that spot. Is it the irregular ad size? Tell me it isn’t so!

If you have a web site you’d like to promote, please consider the open Project Wonderful spots on my site a try. I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the exposure it gives you.

And I’m talking about the GOOD kind of exposure. Not the creepy kind of exposure you get from that guy in the trench coat at the bus stop.

Since I have nothing else to say at the moment, I’ll wrap things up here.

Thanks and I’ll talk to you again soon!

↓ Transcript
Did you see Where The Wild Things Are this weekend?

Yeah, but I liked the original adaptation better.

"The original adaptation?"

You haven't seen it? There's a great make-out scene with Neve Campbell and Denise Richards! She's topless!

Kevin Bacon is in it, too.

Jared, that's Wild Things. Not Where The Wild Things Are.

Well, I think it may have been a very loose adaptation.

Kind of brings a new meaning to "wild rumpus."

In more ways than one!