It was very popular.
January 1st, 2010

It was very popular.

Today’s guest strip is brought to you by Max Huffman of Mocktopus Comics.
We first found out about Max when he did this comic. As our comments there will prove, we thoroughly enjoyed it.
When I say that this kid is going places, I mean it. He is literally a kid.
This strange fact boggles the mind.
When people talk about “the future”, I’m pretty sure Max is who they are talking about.

Not related to Max’s youth or greatness, in case you missed it earlier in the week: If you were one of the lucky people that left a comment on our Christmas blog post that wanted something in the mail, I need you to go to the “ABOUT” page (there’s a link just under our logo), get my (that is to say, Chris Haley’s) email address, and email me your mailing address with the title “LBFA Xmas Mail” in the subject line and tell me one of your favorite strips of ours in the body of the email. I mean, I guess you don’t have to do this, but it will speed up the whole “you-getting-something-in-the-mail” process.

Once again, that is all.


  1. april

    haha! this is great! max huffman, your comics are brilliant!


  2. Joel Priddy

    That is the perfect drawing of Chris for everything forever. Please retire all other profile images, Chris.


  3. lynn

    wow. this “kid” is talented. i like the colors he uses to make it look old. but, the best part is the bear’s holster!


  4. Larry Koopa

    I think it’s also a great drawing of Curt. It’s the nose.
    The nose gets me every time!


  5. vanessa

    That kid is awesome! I went to his site… are we sure he is only 15?


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  7. Markus Seaberry

    Wow, Max Huffman is the future, this is awesome!!


  8. Larry Koopa

    I checked out his comics. I especially liked the potential t-shirts (my favorite being “How Meta”) and the pun “Hassling Hoffman.”


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  11. Olav the Hairy

    Art is very reminiscent of Ren & Stimpy, in a good way


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