Familiar and friendly (Wizards of the Corn part V)

Companions on the journey.
(Wizards of the Corn part V; catch up on parts I–IV by going back to the comics posted from Feb. 20–23.)



...And just between you and me, try to tone down the desperation. You're embarrassing yourself.


The possum transforms

Wizards of the Corn, part IV: the possum transforms
(BTW, if this weird little series isn't really your thing, I have good news: although I'll be continuing it in the near future, the parts will be more spaced out after today. I'll post "normal" comics most days.)


Strange things are occurring

Something strange is occurring here...
—Wizards of the Corn part III—
(By the way, I do plan to continue this story, and part IV will probably come tomorrow, but then I think I'll space them out a bit more between my more typical one-offs.)


What now?

So what happens now? 
(Now that the land chose me to become a wizard of the corn through the sign of the corn on the blob, that is.)
[Wizards of the Corn II]


the Corn on the Blob in its full glory

Earlier today, I posted a comic about an ominous form of corn morphology. But there was so much going on in the scene that the agricultural item in question couldn't be shown in a large size or with much detail. That's been bugging me all day, so here is the Corn on the Blob in its full, vaguely menacing glory.

The sign of the corn

A few people wanted to see the "corn on the blob" I mentioned yesterday. While I could have just posted a picture of the titular blob, I had a hard time resisting the urge to dig a little deeper.


Apology letter

Author's note: What does it mean? I won't pretend to know exactly. I've been even less lucid than usual so far today, and it was either this comic or an even vaguer idea involving the words "corn on the blob". I'm going back to bed.


Thanks anyway, items

No, I haven't read the book or seen the show. This is all thanks to basic cultural osmosis and its relentless annexation of my brain cells.


Admirable accomplishment

Wow, I bet this guy is able to converse comfortably on several fascinating subjects.


Surpassing specificity

Great-grandmother Agnes started this store with a vision. 
Unfortunately for her descendants, it was an extremely specific vision.


Find joy in every conscious moment

"It only works if you discover it for yourself," I tell them. 
The hardest part is keeping a straight face.



Fun fact: this remake of a 2015 comic uses six distinct typefaces that I made myself, all of which are less than a year old.

(The subject of today's Remake Monday was first posted on 04 February 2015.)