Today’s Art (7th November 2016)

Woo hoo! My occasional webcomic series has been revived for a seventh mini series. You can find links to the previous six mini series (as well as other comics featuring these characters) by clicking here.

This comic is third part of the “club” story arc. The previous two comics in this running joke/ story arc can be seen here and here.

As usual, this comic update is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] "Damania Revived - Metal Night" By C. A. Brown

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] “Damania Revived – Metal Night” By C. A. Brown

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6 comments on “Today’s Art (7th November 2016)

  1. babbitman says:

    I’d’ve probably asked for ‘Neat Neat Neat’ or ‘New Rose’ but ‘Smash It Up’ is pretty good 😉

    • pekoeblaze says:

      LOL! “Smash it up” was probably the only Damned song that I knew when I made the cartoon. But, I’ve looked the other two up on Youtube and they sound interesting. “New Rose” is probably my favourite of the two.

      • babbitman says:

        First British punk single, beating Anarchy in the UK off the presses!

      • pekoeblaze says:

        Wow, I didn’t realise that any of these songs pre-dated “Anarchy In The UK” too.

      • babbitman says:

        Only just 😉
        I think that although the Sex Pistols were the first UK punk band to play their stuff in a punky way, Malcolm McLaren touted them out to various record companies before they actually got a single out (hence the song EMI). Stiff signed up The Damned and churned out New Rose in the blink of an eye. It’s also a blisteringly quick single, more like The Ramones / MC5 / Iggy & Stooges etc. whereas Anarchy In The UK has a slower more malicious beat. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Rose

      • pekoeblaze says:

        Ah, I didn’t know that. I don’t know, “New Rose” sounds fairly punky to me (albeit with a slight classic rock kind of sound to it). I’m still surprised that the Sex Pistols had a record contract before they’d actually released anything (it’s still odd to think that one of the most influential punk bands was, technically, a manufactured band). I’m also surprised that “New Rose” was recorded in a single day – these days, it seems like bands take forever to record stuff.

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