In Case of Emergency
February 6th, 2012

In Case of Emergency

Everybody gets a little blue sometimes, even me. Luckily, Chris leads a very depressing life so he was able to tell me how to get through it. Thanks, Chris!

LISTEN: Our buddy Adam WarRock (or Eugene, whatever) put out a new EP in preparation for Mass Effect 3. Listen to it and prepare to go HAM on the Reapers.

-cof

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  1. Pablo

    meen,
    first i read an article about how horrible is the life of those who leave addictions..in Cracked.com
    now this?
    comedy sites are getting darker

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  2. Matthew

    Wow, it’s rare that I come across comedy that actually succeeds in dealing with real issues while still being funny (Cracked being, IMO, the best example of this). I’ve liked your webcomic for a while, but I think this helped knock it up another notch for me. I’m not expecting this every week, but well done.

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  3. HertzelWolfman

    As someone who has had very bad problems with depressions, I can independently verify the description of depression in the second panel as being both frighteningly hilarious and accurate.

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  4. Wade

    The cure for depression is to put PICTURES OF ME EVERYWHERE. I’m basically like glamorous fly tape for depression… flies.

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  5. Markus Seaberry

    Interesting strip, guys.

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  6. JoeAconite

    For my blues, I have a case with a glass front that contains a nice bottle of hootch. For those worse depressions, I have a hollowed book with a bottle of booze within. For rainy days and mondays there’s that wonderful rotgut I keep in the toilet tank. I hate being sad. And my liver.

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  7. Rob G

    Run through the most dangerous part of town wearing nothing but a t shirt decrying the culture of whoever happens to live there. Cry. Put a cherry bomb inside you. Get yourself a big old bowl of chocolate cereal filled with coke. Do coke. No don’t.

    Also, in retrospect, Stan Lee is a gift not only to comics; but to the American literary tradition.

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  8. algeya

    are all webcomickers suffer deppresion???
    penny arcade, sohmer and a dozen more suffer it,

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  9. Rizz Rustbolt

    I usually describe it as feeling like sand on a beach… Damp and sedentary.

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