Copyright 2012-2013 Brent Black, Dan Roth, & Andrew Dobson
Read the final episode of Brentalfloss comic on the website! brentalflossthecomic.com/
Each one of these panels would've been enough for an individual comic before, but Brent and Dan wanted to go out with a bang.
Also, some of you might remember that the middle panel caused some controversy due to it looking like it was "traced." Fun story about that... Originally it was a Dalek with a beam of light coming out of it's plunger like orifice. But then at the last minute it was recommended to use the decaying Tardis from the most recent (at the time) episode of Dr. Who. I had very little time to work on it, thanks to the other two rather involved images in this comic (dear god all that vine work on the Clue picture), so I quickly slapped together the Tardis using reference from a still of the episode. Unfortunately it was a little... TOO exact... and I was quickly attacked for having "traced" it. So I was forced to go back yet again and redo the middle panel when I had a little more time to make it more unique. Had I had a little more time to ponder over the image I probably would've come to that conclusion and redone it anyway on my own... but deadlines are deadlines.
I still maintain that the original wasn't a trace and I was just using reference to make a gradient silhouette (plus that was the ONLY angle of the decaying Tardis that was in the episode so my options of drawing it were a little limited), but in the end I am much more pleased with the new version. Maybe someday I'll be able to post a larger resolution version of it so that people can clearly see that it's hand drawn, but at the moment there is something in the works keeping me from doing that.
It's a shame that the controversy of that one panel obscured the rest of this comic, I was really proud of the Clue and Breaking Bad panels and would've liked to have heard some feedback on those...