The traffic moves on Sunset over painted arrows, words and lines.
These moments where we don’t know something are the closest thing to novelty and mystery our overinformed age has to offer us.
The use of a Jesus action figure alone would light up switchboards like the Fourth of July.
(Personally, I think a recurring Jesus cameo in That’s unfortunate, but Hou appears to have built a loyal, appreciative readership since launching the comic in 2004.
If past performance is indicative of future returns LDR-wise, the truth will be less interesting than the cloud of ambiguities.
The strip doesn't have much of a supporting cast, though they often play big parts in story arcs.Abe and Preston often are depicted going through the same frustrations that real-life modern-day New Yorkers encounter as they try to do such things as rent apartments, eat out at restaurants, and ride the subway.Transformers screenwriter John Rogers has compared ALP to Seinfeld in this respect.is a photo webcomic created by Bernie Hou that revolves around the strange lives of Abe (the Alien) and Preston (the Predator), portrayed by Alien and Predator action figures.
Contrary to the adversarial nature shown between the two species in a certain other franchise, these two are best friends and roommates living in New York City.
Any strip that name-checks Abe Vigoda and crosses Starbucks with M. Escher deserves some love, so do yourself a favor and check it out.