By Nathan Olsen & Robert Olsen

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  1. As the guy responsible for all the visuals in this strip, I decided that Haiku Comics just didn’t have enough wang. So, here you go — more wang.

    Mission accomplished.

    • Unfortunately, I don’t believe the lampshade is currently in production. However, you could always make one yourself.

      I believe there are instructions on Craftster.

  2. Damn…I’d like to see an alien get drunk and wear THAT lampshade on his head!


    P.S. We’ve seen ‘wang’, as you so poetically put it. Now how about some lady parts?

        • I grew up in Long Beach, remember? I welcome any fans who may be a part of the LGBT community and I am not above a little pandering now and then.

          After giving it some thought, I decided strip still needed more lady parts.

          By the way — since posting this? Our traffic has sky rocketed. Lithuanians in particular seem to love this stuff. I think we’ve finally found our niche: Transgendered Hentai Horror Parody Haiku Comics.

          • Maybe the new ad should read:
            Haiku Comics — Now with 50% more wang and 800% more breasts, without losing any of the bloodshed you’ve come to expect and enjoy!

          • I just kept laughing harder and harder after each design! Were you drinking tequilla?! What a riot!

          • I wish I could say I was under the influence of alcohol, but the sad fact is that I come up with that sort of stuff completely sober.

            I think I need to make a larger scale version and release it as a desktop wallpaper.

          • Wait, if you do that then people might think we are legitimate or something. I mean only real web comics put out wallpapers. Next thing you know we’ll have to go to a convention or something :p

  3. I think you’re right, Yacine. Creepy. Also creepy are the “MORE LADYPARTS” revamps, actually just the second one. i think there are, i daresay, TOO MANY BREASTS. And I was briefly scandalized by that first panel, but your perspective was just too good!

    • i think it’s just reacting to motion…the guy jumped, it flew down then up again as he’s landing on his feet? ;-)

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