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LL Spool J and the Quest for UI9, Episode II

August 16th, 2004 by Kevin Cheng :: see related comic

LL Spool J and the Quest for UI9, Episode II is now up featuring many guest appearances including Howard Gardner, Eric Meyer, Molly Holzschlag, Ginny Redish, Kate Gomoll and Ellen Story. Go check it out!

5 Responses to “LL Spool J and the Quest for UI9, Episode II”
molly e. holzschlag wrote:

OK/CANCEL: you guys are terrific! I saw the original LL Spool J bit when you first did it, and when I’d heard you’d be doing a promo series for UI9 I was tickled. But not half as tickled as when I saw the previews from the UI9 folks. That was about two weeks ago, and I’ve been giggling about it ever since.

My brother was visiting and I showed him the series, and he said “Hey Mol, you know you’re famous when someone makes you into a cartoon. But then again, you’ve always been a cartoon to me . . .”

Thanks for seeing me in such a rarified air (hit the snare here).

Terrific, funny, wonderful work, my friends!

Kevin Cheng wrote:

(hit the snare here)

Glad you enjoyed it, Molly! No need to apologize for puns around here. I think between the initial series and this UI9 series, we’ve got enough cheesy humour for a pizza factory. :)

Tom Chi wrote:

From the first series — I don’t think Zeldman ever figured out that we refered from him as “Easy Z”. Oh well. Onward to new comics!

On a diferent note… we should have put some wierd translucent spiral stuff coming out of Eric Meyer’s head… next time.

Kevin Cheng wrote:

Did we refer to him as Easy Z in the first series? I thought it was only in the rap song …

Andrei Sedelnikov wrote:

That Batman-gag was really cool !!!

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