andrew lorenzi (penrod_pulaski) wrote,
andrew lorenzi
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I want to be forgotten


For Montgomery Scott!
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Only you could get away with putting me in Star Trek fan-fiction.
;)

I think you'd look great in a starfleet uniform
Nice!
thanks, Dale!
Thank you for sharing that, it made my day!
no problem! Every day could use a Trek infusion!
Amazing!! I'm going through TOS right now and this is perfect!
nice! Isn't it heavenly? and thanks!
"...right there on the floor! ...In front of all of us!" Ha ha excellent. You really nailed Star Trek here, this is a great looking comic.
thank you very much; my hours of watching have somewhat paid off.
Dig that cute ending. And Windsor McCay would be proud of those alien designs.
thanks, Dave! McCay is a personal hero of mine, so that's mad praise for me.
hahaha it's clear how much you must have studied TOS. In China I doodled a short holodeck TNG comic but it might be lost now.

Great job.
thanks, buddy. I hope you find that comic, I'd like to see it.

That was awesome!
thank you!
That was so great! I love your comics, man. You hit the nail on the head every single time.
Thank you, that means a lot. I wish I could be a little more prolific, but I've been having fun cartooning again.

neovenator

7 years ago

penrod_pulaski

7 years ago

I was gonna right "set phasers to awesome" or something like that. But I'm not the kind of guy who says awesome, so thought better of it.

Lovely comic; first panel is a cracker.
haha, I would certainly have appreciated the joke. I had a professor who began each class with, "set your phasers to stun," referring to our phones, naturally.
love it. love your art. love the subject matter.
thank you so much!
ha ha! That was awesome! :)
thank you kindly, Arlene

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Thank you very much, my friend. Drawing and writing this caused me a fair amount of anxiety, for just the dangers you mentioned. I wanted to avoid straight parody, so I shied away from "beam me up" jokes. And more and more, I need to check myself before getting lost into introspective laments. It was surprisingly therapeutic to rectify the two here.
Brilliant!
Thank you!

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thanks, man. I haven't heard from you for a long time!
Really amazing Andrew. I love how you take an existing storyline and infuse it with so much more. Also it's not just a complete piss take but a genuine heartfelt narrative with a dash of humour
Thank you, Anthony. I very much appreciate the kind words.
This was lovely and made me very happy!
thank you, Jessica! I'm glad to know you enjoyed it :)
Oh, very nice amn. You are the luckiest red-shirt ever (not that there was much competition. Those poor unfortunate red-shirts...)
ha, thanks, man. Someone has to live to remember the landing party fodder.

mr_lambi

7 years ago

penrod_pulaski

7 years ago

This is AWESOME!!!
thank you, Jess! I was hoping that as a fellow trekkie cartoonist, this would meet your approval.
Great job Anthony. I liked this a lot. I want a pet Tribble!
thank you! and wouldn't that be wonderful? Perhaps if one could find a hamster with a penchant for wearing fluffy furcoats, it could make for a nice facsimile
Spot on. Spot frickin' on! :)
thank you very much!
Jess and I are currently watching the first season of Star Trek (for the first time!) - this comic is perfect! Well done!
thank you, my friend! I'm very excited for you guys, you have SOOO much greatness ahead of you. I hope Scotty becomes one of your favorites.
wow pet tribble? closest thing I have is a bunny!
Well, bunnies certainly seem to have a similar enthusiasm for mating

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Your hyperbole lifts my heart. I'm not sure that I have the grit needed for a full book, but I'm beginning to put some relatively bigger ideas to paper (this cryptic language is actually truth!)
This is extremely excellent. Spot on.
Thank you very much
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