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December 20th, 2012
Free The Void comic book for the first one to guess which book I was reading... :)
discrider (Guest)
September 11th, 2011
red + yel = org
There is a specific orange wavelength of light, but our eyes also add different wavelengths of light together to get composite colours.

So we see red and yellow waves simultaneously as orange (by filtering out the yellow and the red respectively then adding it together in our heads). But a red wave + a yellow wave does not get you an orange wave like you've pointed out here.
Bas (Guest)
August 31st, 2011
Well done
Makes me laugh!
August 23rd, 2011
Woo! Jurassic Park!
Bas (Guest)
August 21st, 2011
Blijft leuk
August 18th, 2011
Ok, some people have urged me to clarify this comic, so I'll give it a try.

The stacked blocks should be regarded as ideas, or concepts.

The drawing portrays how the average western person thinks, when he thinks about his existence.

Most western people see themselves ("me" in the drawing) as existing inside their brain, which exists inside their body. Thus the "me" is supported or carried by the brain which is supported by the body.

Most people think the body is embedded in a concept called life, which exists as a structure of matter. Thus matter supports life, which supports the body, etc.

Matter can only exist in space-time, thus space-time supports matter, etc.

Space-time itself has to exist, otherwise all other things would be impossible. So existence supports matter, supports etc.

But what existence is supported by, nobody really has a clue. Some people say God, others the big bang, others say that it is some kind of self-supporting energy. Others say existence just is as it is and you can't think about it or ask questions about it. But to be true: nobody knows. Yet we FEEL it has to be supported by something.

That FEELING is what I call the "myths and imagination of western philosophy".

I'm not saying anything of this is true, I just want to say that most people think this way.

The monster at the bottom depicts the angst we feel when thinking about these things.
Evert (Guest)
August 12th, 2011
It's her!
Stop writing comics about my wife!
The third time I've seen this same comic.
i like your comics. keep 'em up.
May 29th, 2011
nice comic
Smart paradox joke, I like it
So true, my friend. So true. As Hemingway would say: "Writing is hard."
April 22nd, 2011
Hahahaha, thanks man... :)
April 21st, 2011
Dude, this is hysterical!
January 21st, 2011
Thanks :)
I like the clue/ plot
Like the voids having accessories to identify them
ha ha
January 13th, 2011