Passive Depressive #61

May 8, 2007


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15 Responses to “Passive Depressive #61”

  1. That is an awesome myth!
    Hey..Tracy has kids?

    ps: it’s usually spelled Wojciech…for some reason I have a lot of eastern european friends.

  2. Jive Says:

    Who knew the story of a child eating goat could be so good?

  3. thekenji Says:

    Those are Tracy’s sister’s kids

    I’d initially spelt it Wojczech or Wojciech, but after googling the name I discovered that there exists a “Voitech” spelling of it. I guess it’s been Anglicized now.

    AJ, you need not try to secure your dominant position here by referring to your friends behind the iron curtain. We’re already frightened by the picture of you in the wedding dress

  4. “AJ, you need not try to secure your dominant position here by referring to your friends behind the iron curtain. ”

    They have my family Kenji…they have my family.

  5. thekenji Says:

    Hmmm, Siberia can’t be so bad this time of year….

  6. I’ve read this comic like five times and find myself getting more and more intrigued about the secret origins of Tracys family. I get the sense that somewhere in that haggard clowns past lies a stint as great warrior…who failed tragicilly and made tactical retreating into clowning.

    Nice job guys… this saga has been played very well.

  7. thekenji Says:

    You’ll like what we have in store. There are many further strands in the complex web of drama about to unfold.

  8. engtech Says:

    Any chance we could get a re-edit with panel six broken into two parts with a bigger text font?

    Or you could wait until I get new glasses :(

  9. thekenji Says:

    Here’s the text:

    Long ago, as the legend goes, there lived two pie-makers, Voitech and Grigori. Friends since childhood, these two brothers studied the ancient and mysterious art of pie-craft under the same sifu. For years they worked in harmony, but one day their great teacher called them back to his side. He was on his deathbed, and he had called upon his two students to decide to whom he would leave his most prized posession: an ancient and perfectly crafted mixing spoon said to bequeath its user with super-natural baking skills. Both the friends were eager to win their master’s final praise. There was a bake-off; Grigori with his finest goat-meat pie, and Voitech with a simple pie of apples. They say both pies were never rivaled again, but in the end the old master favored Voitech’s creation. Yet this victory was short lived. Sick with greed and consumed by the desire for the spoon, Grigori had poisoned his goat-pie entry. With both Voitech and the old master dead, Grigori took the spoon for his own. But, as the myth is told, the spoon cursed Grigori, twisting his form to match his insidious pie. They say even now he lives, neither man nor goat. His terrible need for meat pies never sated, and only surpassed for his terrible hunger to unlock the secrets of the sacred spoon, and wield the unholy pie-craft it would grant him.

  10. engtech Says:

    World of Piecraft!

  11. max Says:

    “Unholy pie-craft” is hillarious.

  12. starwars-fanbody Says:

    the kids’ shirts are awesome.

  13. The training laser pod/light saber combo is pretty sweet. If only there was an other kid with the opaque visored helmet on his t-shirt.

  14. baredfeetandteeth Says:

    Does the spoon have an antithesis? Like…a twisted whisk with the ability to turn the simplest of store bought cake mixes into gag-inducing tripe? And if so, what happens when the two impliments are used together? The prospects will keep me sleepless for weeks.

  15. Esmereldq Sconefliger Says:

    Damn ! Not only am I cursed zith a srangely configurated keyboard, I also can’t see images.

    I’m piecing togerther what I can from all these comments, but oh how i had a hankering for some PD !

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