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WHY?

What would you do if a religious figure became your new roommate?

Caleb, Scott, Josh and Corey had always wanted to go out and live on their own. But, fate was cruel, and instead of living alone, they got a house together! The four roommates moved into a brand new apartment, and things were looking up... But then, a fifth roommate, G-zus, made his grand entrance! Claiming that his father threw him out, and that he was told to live amongst them, the four have little choice but to let the fly son of God move in and make himself at home.

Many comical adventures await the four gamers and the "miracle man!"

NOTE: This comic was created in a 1280 x 800 resolution... So this page is best viewed in a 1024 x 768 resolution or something close to it. It is also best viewed in Internet Explorer 7.
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What would you do if a religious figure became your new roommate?

Caleb, Scott, Josh and Corey had always wanted to go out and live on their own. But, fate was cruel, and instead of living alone, they got a house together! The four roommates moved into a brand new apartment, and things were looking up... But then, a fifth roommate, G-zus, made his grand entrance! Claiming that his father threw him out, and that he was told to live amongst them, the four have little choice but to let the fly son of God move in and make himself at home.

Many comical adventures await the four gamers and the "miracle man!"

NOTE: This comic was created in a 1280 x 800 resolution... So this page is best viewed in a 1024 x 768 resolution or something close to it. It is also best viewed in Internet Explorer 7.

Recent Comments

@scalott: I'm sure if you ever shared this in a personal fitness thread, people'd get a real laugh. xD
I'm sure they're all very legitimate exercises, but it was seriously freaking me out.
Author's Note.
Ya know. Because he's blind.
scalott
October 13th, 2012
Author's Note
So this is yet another true story. After a party at "The Dick Dome" (Dan's house) we woke up the next morning to this exclaimation from Dan's room, as he comes bolting naked past the occupied bathroom we all knew where it was going, and tried to warn him that it was no longer night time, so peeing outside was no longer socially acceptable, but before we could stop him he was already standing in the buff, door open, for the world to see. I could not have made it more hilarious if I tried.
Milk Junkie
October 12th, 2012
This is a true story. It happened to a friend of a friend of mine.
Authour's Note
The return of one of the world's Mightiest Heroes! The Abbreviator!!! Seriously, read it in Schwarzennegger's voice.

Also, hit previous! Comic updated twice this week to make up for the lack of update last week. I got busy caught up with a fundraiser I was doing. I rappelled down a sevnteen story building with my friend dressed as Batman and Robin to help disabled childrens! Pretty nifty, eh?

Pictures and videos of the event will eventually be uploaded here: www.facebook.com/arkhambatmanrobin
scalott
October 6th, 2012
Authour's Note
This is a conversation that actually transpired.
Author`s Note
Josh cosplayed Red for Anime North one year. Marc was going to cosplay Gary Oak and make his entire weekend hell. Shame he got cancer right before it happened. Cancer is bullshit.
scalott
September 11th, 2012
Author's Note
So, that's my girlfriend Kelly. True story this. Her response was surprisingly: "...... My God... You're right..."

For the record, I'm not really sexist, I'm just an asshole.
scalott
September 1st, 2012
Author's Note.
Strangely, the first time I ever saw Corey, he had been set on fire.... I shit you not.
scalott
August 30th, 2012
@NekoKira: A sound method indeed.
NekoKira
August 29th, 2012
My method: Don't study, doodle during class, then pass the test. Simplicity itself.
scalott
August 29th, 2012
Also, comic updated early because I forgot to set the update time. Assuming anyone's checking this without me telling them to that is.
scalott
August 29th, 2012
Author's Note
And thus concludes the first adventure of The "Bat" Man.
scalott
August 19th, 2012
Yeah, well, you face!

Also, you know perfectly well that 90% of our fanbase are our friends, who:

1.Are too lazy to make accounts.
2.Too lazy to post if they did.
3.Only read the comic because they're waiting for a cameo, not realizing that if every one of our 150ish comics were just introducing character, after character, after character, it'd be a really shitty comic.
4.Don't love us.

The other 10% probably left during our 4 year hiatus.
Milk Junkie
August 19th, 2012
@scalott: So I'm going to talk about something kind of serious here that Fleury noticed right away when we saw the comic.

Have you noticed that you say "seen" when you should have said "saw?" At first I agreed it is a grammatical hiccup, but then I got to thinking... You really do that. In real life. When you talk. So it's okay, actually. It's characteristic of you!

Here's hoping people seen the last comic, and continue to read this. Where are all our fans? D:
Milk Junkie
August 13th, 2012
@scalott: He just cares so much for you, Caleb. Jodh is your love interest.
scalott
August 13th, 2012
Author's Note
Part 3/4. The true evil plaguing the WHY? Home...
scalott
August 12th, 2012
That there is officially without doubt THE best comment ever posted on this comic. I am laughing so hard right now.
JodhuaL
August 12th, 2012
The WHY?! rises.
Remember when you said you come back to doing Why?! Before all this, before Batman? You were gone four years. four years I waited, hoping that you wouldn't go back to just say that over and over again. Every year, I signed on this site. I went to Why?, this comic section, On the site of smackjeeves. Every fine evening, I'd sit here with some food. I had this fantasy, that I would look across the screen and I'd see your post, with a funny and witty comic. You wouldn't post anything else about it, nor me to you. But we'd both know that you'd made it, that you were happy. I never wanted you to go back on your word. I always knew there was nothing of it, except procrastination and empty promises. And I wanted something more for you than that. I still do.