Video Game Sophistication [ COMIC ]

The four year anniversary celebration of Dueling Analogs continues today. Today’s guest strip was done by Tom Brazelton of Theater Hopper.

If you’ve got the coinage, Tom is trying to raise $3,500 to help produce the third Theater Hopper book. He’s currently about $2,000 away from his goal and only has 24 days left to do it. His KickStarter campaign is located over here and is definitely worth checking out. He’s put a lot of neat stuff up there. Thanks again Tom for the comic.

Also, don’t forget that between now and Christmas you can save 20% off of your purchase cost at by entering the code “HOLIDAY” at checkout. And that my own “Everyday in January” campaign is still going on, too.

Make sure to return on Wednesday as the final week of the celebration continues…


  • akaiLV

    Actually, a touch screen phone with a rotary dial thing that made the sound as well sounds kinda fun.

  • Aldi Nord

    I would love a phone with a rotary dial. Sounds way better than a touchscreen. Lets hope they at least make an app for android.

  • Jace

    I have to admit the blu-ray player with a crank would go perfectly with that cool steam punk laptop.

  • SnakeByte

    “one of the most sophisticated gaming platforms currently on the market”

    The Wii…..really? ಠ_ಠ Being third out of three doesn’t mean you’re sophisticated.

  • asian man

    i want a steam powered van!!!

  • lololololzzzzzzzitrollu

    Oh, and the game is actually called NEW Super Mario Bros. Wii, so they are actually talking about an imaginary game here.

  • Hilarious guest strip from Tom Brazelton. I hear he keeps a mustache like that in his pocket everywhere he goes. I’ve asked to see it at a con before, but then he slapped me and I was escorted out by security….something about “sexual harassment.” I don’t really remember…. :P

  • Random

    All of those things sounded pretty darn cool.
    Though I’ll probably never play the game.

  • Trevor, I told you that mustache rides were between 1:00 and 3:00 PM. It’s your own fault for insisting on a ride 15 minutes before the show floor closed!