It’s alive! ALIIIIIIIIIIVE! AH HAHA HA HA HAH HA HA HAH HA HA!
Excellent breath control to get that kind of sustain on the maniacal laughter.
He’s been working with a vocal coach. Strengthening the BWAHAHAHA.
But how did you get the badger to sit on your head?
Looks more like a skunk to me.
Actually I think it’s two skunks.
Teh Cute, it is so overwhelming!
I parsed it as a small ostrich with its head buried (as is tradition) in John’s skull. Hence the agitated expression.
Aieee! Give us back to the Bride!
Are you going as Carnac the Magnificent?
Ah, finally some hair
He’s not only a spokesman for the Hair Club for Monsters, he’s also a member.
The dreaded wereskunk!
I see you’re all having cruel laughs at my expense.
Keep going, it’s hilarious.
Oh, sweet mystery of life, at last she’s found you!
Comparing the pictures of Frankenscalzi and his bride: He sure did marry up!
It’s sweet to see that the Frankenscalzi’s get there hair done together.
BTW, I want to pronounce the name as “Frankenschalzi”.
We were warned about badgers. Now we see one in the process of eating Scalzi’s brain. WHEN WILL WE HEED THE WARNINGS?
Re the Skunks:
Wrong “Fuzzy Nation”
the badger is to distract us from the bathrobe.
@George William Herbert – maybe he was going for “Old Man’s Pompadour”?
I find myself wondering if the carpet matches the drapes.
Don’t let HotBoF’s re-branding of himself fool ya. Dr. Frankenscalzi made him first, so the Bride was definitely Monster 2.0. The Husband’s just riding her coat entrails.
Just wait until Vox Day sees this.
No one show this to The Donald.
John, whats that on your right palm? looks like its a bit hairy there buddy! Didn’t your mother warn you about that? Muahahaha!
Was “I’m so gonna run away to join a hair metal tribute band” the intended effect? If so, well played sir. Very well played.
It’s a beaver. I’m making no further comment.
A beaver making not at all sweet love to the back of our host’s head. That’s wrong, but I can’t look away…
Mike: I think that would be an insult to Pompadours.
Stoicjim: A striped Beaver? My god, what will SCIENCE invent next! This is an exciting age, I tell you. Ex-citing.
My eyes burn!
George William Herbert (oh, he of three first names): It’s a beaver with a fancy dye job.
Actually I think it’s two skunks, mating.
There, I’ve corrected it for you. Oh, and BTW, I’m fairly certain that this is the final sign that precedes the arrival of the APOCASCALZI!!!111!!!
@Ginn wereskunk? where are they found?
Versatile! You can scare small children and dust the shelves.
OMG, the zombie badgers got to him!
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