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remington, September 20th, 2010, 3:16 pm

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having LUFFINPUFF MEANS YOUR GAY?
Then by all means I WANT A LUFFINPUFF.
I like his lion costume by the way.

i wonder if they have lion pajamas i can buy. *checks the internet*

posted by xkrazydog on October 3rd, 2010, 9:21 am





 
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Luffinpuff? GAY? D: What a baseless accusation, sir! I'll have you know he's the epitome of manliness!

posted by tezzle on October 3rd, 2010, 9:34 am





 
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This might sound random but: I want that lion costume! <3

posted by Bliss41 on October 3rd, 2010, 9:49 am





 
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>: Sad...

Love his face in the first panel.

posted by H0lyhandgrenade on October 3rd, 2010, 10:08 am





 
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What? Those are totally real clothes.

posted by SushiGummy on October 3rd, 2010, 10:13 am





 
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Pssshhh. Football is way fruitier than chilling with Luffinpuff. >:C

posted by seiseii on October 3rd, 2010, 11:11 am





 
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According to Eric's Dad
Because Luffinpuff came from the bizarre imagination of his son
It's what Eric would want his perfect friend to be
so all of his built up Homosexual feelings as a young child are being put through luffinpuff
which means that when Eric get's older, his ideal partner would be a fruity gay man with short shorts
and Eric's dad is terrified to have his son bring a very gay fruity man to all those popular family reunions
Luffinpuff may also represent some other tragic moment in Eric's life where he was kidnapped by manly men and whisked away for weeks
and the only way to fight against those manly men feelings is by creating an incredibly adorable pink haired elf who enjoys sparkles and rainbows.

yes it is all starting to make sense....
This whole comic is actually a hyperbole to show the struggles of young children dealing with homophobia.

posted by YumYumKamakaze on October 3rd, 2010, 11:14 am





 
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Nothing like sports to straighten any confused boy out.
Though it did look a bit wrong, considering the dad just walked in on them like that. Plus pale skinned adult (tall enough to seem like one) playing with a 7 year old boy only in his room... on a related not, Luffinpuff a good singer with a some what higher pitched voice?

posted by RazorD9 on October 3rd, 2010, 11:54 am





 
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Don't do it Eric! Sports will ruin your imagination!

posted by Czar Squid on October 3rd, 2010, 12:13 pm





 
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@ xkrazydog - Having Luffinpuff doesn't mean you're gay! It just means you wanna have MAGICAL TIMES, ALL THE TIME.

@ tezzle - Luffinpuff eats a dozen eggs and raw steak at every meal! He can grow facial hair just by thinking manly thoughts! He fought a bear one time and made it repent its evil ways! He is THE MAN.

@ Bliss41 - Not random at all! I want one too.

@ H0lyhandgrenade - It will get happier, I promise!

@ SushiGummy - Yeah man, I wear my zebra suit to work, WHAT OF IT?

@ seiseii - Hahaha, you'll soon see how right you are!

@ YumYumKamakaze - Wow! I don't know if you're serious or not, but I like your in-depth analysis here! Some good theories. I will admit that this particular story has a lot to do with my feelings on gender roles being placed on children at a young age. Gender as a societal construct is something I could rant about for ages!

@ RazorD9 - It looks wrong, but you gotta know it's not! Luffinpuff is the product of the imagination of a child - he probably doesn't even have the plumbing, if you know what I mean.

@ Venkman Blues - Thank you :)

@ Czar Squid - That's a little harsh on sports, but I'd probably rather play animals too.

@ MoreThanOnce - Whenever I read the phrase "Cave of Wonders" I just think of Iago from Aladdin going "RAWWK! CAVE OF WONDERS! CAVE OF WONDERS!"

posted by remington on October 3rd, 2010, 1:32 pm





 
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hahah! I love how dad asks to put back his REAL clothes, not just NORMAL ones :,D

posted by *milk+assassin* on October 3rd, 2010, 2:02 pm





 
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... That hurts...

posted by H0lyhandgrenade on October 3rd, 2010, 4:00 pm





 
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But it's a FABULOUS fruity elf!

posted by Monochrome on October 3rd, 2010, 7:51 pm





 
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Father made one crucial mistake. It was Eric pouncing imaginary friend not imaginary friend pouncing on young Eric.

posted by James Birdsong on October 3rd, 2010, 8:44 pm





 
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@ milk+assassin - Get outta that imaginary lion suit, boy!

@ MoreThanOnce - Thanks! I like talking to my readers and make the comic an INTERACTIVE WEB 2.0 EXPERIENCE or whatever. But be nice to H0ly! She's got, like, a bajillion fans, and they're all very comment-happy. If she spent all her time responding to comments, we wouldn't have Mokepon pages, now would we?

@ H0lyhandgrenade - See above. Don't let them get you down!

@ Monochrome - The fabulousest!

@ James Birdsong - Good observation, Mr. Birdsong. However, it's important to keep in mind that he's seeing things in a paranoid rage and might not get all the details correct - or, in fact, switch things around to support his crazy case!

posted by remington on October 3rd, 2010, 11:42 pm





 
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Indeed I am being CRS BSNSS. If I had a visual of a man with a monocle and a top hat, I would insert it right here.

posted by YumYumKamakaze on October 4th, 2010, 6:16 am





 
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Eric and Luffinpuff were playing African football. Eric's dad walked in just after Eric tackled Luffinpuff.

'Nuff said.

posted by Asiaticfox on October 4th, 2010, 7:23 am





 
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SON
I AM DISAPPOINT

posted by coolbeans on October 9th, 2010, 8:12 pm



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