Stripcreator In-Joke FAQ
Like any web community, Stripcreator has its share of in-jokes and one-note characters. If you find yourself scratching your head as to why everyone around you here finds a joke funny and you don't, either a) you aren't taking the right drugs or b) it's an in-joke.
In order to reduce your confusion, here are some of the in-jokes you are most likely to encounter.
Rotor Turbines and Gravitons
Cowboy Physics is one of the earliest strips on the site and a fine example of "pregnant pause" humor as well.
[Click to view comic: 'Cowboy physics']
Legend has it that it was merely a test strip and wasn't indented to be funny at all. But anyway, people like to refer back to it. At this writing there are almost 300 strips that refer to gravitons.
TOBOR WILL CORNHOLE YOU NOW
What isn't funny about a red robot with a giant, telescoping phallus that likes to rectally violate people and can only refer to itself in the third person? Hmmm? His earliest fully-fleshed (so to speak) strip is here:
[Click to view comic: 'My first sale!']
He's pretty much a one-note character. But as a one-note character he's fun to throw into different situations. If you're into man****, that is.
Yes, those lovely little imps that stare out at you as you begin to make a comic. There are two main in-jokes associated with them. The first is the obvious one. Asian prostitutes saying, "Sucky, sucky five dolla'." The second is simply finishing a comic with just the default panel of the two girls staring out at you ironically. Why is that funny? Damned if I know.
Dr. Pedantic likes to correct people.
[Click to view comic: 'Tobor vs. Dr. Pedantic']
Kaufman is a Stripcreator regular who is known for his awful puns. Others often use his forumusers character to portray him delivering particularly awful examples.
[Click to view comic: 'Kaufman physics']
...Trot and Cap'n Bill were free from anxiety and care. Button-Bright never worried about anything. The Scarecrow, not being able to sleep, looked out of the window and tried to count the stars.