April 5, 2009

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This is a direct jab at people like myself, who work a 9 to 5 with people who you may not guess are gamers, but at the end of the day when someone suggests a quick round of some first person shooter on the server, they don't think twice about it. We just have to wait until the boss is gone... unless of course the boss is a gamer too.

11 comments:

TH3DEN said...

:D I love games. I really like the way these guys interact. It really feels like they've known each other for years! Nother great one Darren :)!

RAWLS said...

I've succeeded then...I really wanted to make it feel like they're long time friends! Thanks my friend!

Cam Kendell said...

Great stuff Darren! You have a great knack for touching on subjects that are familiar to everybody and making them funny.

Oh man, I just imagined Rex sitting in a normal-sized (which by definition means tiny) cubicle... all hunched over, playing a game.

Beautiful!

RAWLS said...

Thanks Cam! I'm glad you like it! I totally want to draw Rex in his little cubicle!

Anthony Holden said...

Is THAT what's going on in the Whitehouse? Explains a lot.
This is really great, man.

RAWLS said...

hahah.... yea...that, and a lot more..or less, depending on how you look at it! Thanks Anthony!!

joverine said...

I can relate to this a thousand billion percent
we played a lot of Team Fortress 2...and actually didn't care if the boss came around...the lower level bosses anyways :P cuz it was research! lol...videogame company jobs are nice like that :D

great strip here man
1st time I've seen it for some reason X)

RAWLS said...

hahhaah.... I guess it's ok to play video games at work when work is about video games eh!!! haha.
Thanks bro, glad you like it!

James(Luke) said...

all of these are really awesome. me and my friends got a kick out of this one

keep it up!

RAWLS said...

Thanks a lot James!! I'm glad you and your buddies like it!

Rebekah Lohse said...

That was great! Ben laughed too. I was just saying how the President was a pawn, he doesn't even write he's own speaches.