Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Oddsock 6: Invisible Giants

Last issue we found Oddsock on his own, pondering problematic perennials but this issue we find him pondering… indecipherable invisibles! Has Oddsock at last realised his dreams and finally found a friend, someone whom he can bounce his nutty ideas off?  But what sort of friend is a Giant, is Invisible and is also a Robot? Answer: A Giant Invisible Robot!

But wait! Something is not quite right here as Oddsock tries to engage his newly found friend in conversation! By gum! It looks like Oddsock’s ambient android amigo is ‘sans’ power! A broken-down robot! A deactivated droid! A mammoth malfunctioning mechanical machine!

Hooray! Oddsock has saved the day! It turns out Giant Invisible Robot was in some sort of stand-by mode! But what’s this?! Oddsock is trying to control his now fully functioning friend! Stop, Oddsock! Stop! Don’t you realise that true friendship can never blossom and bare fruit with one side pushing the buttons and pulling the strings? You can't give a robot the runaround!

Now come on, gently reader, activate your attendance for just £2.50 incl (p&p) and buy Oddsock 6: Invisible Giants. Find out for yourself if our eponymous hero can learn an important lesson in friendship and ultimately find uplifting robotic redemption.

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Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Oddsock 5: Food for thought ON SALE NOW!

In last issue’s fantastic instalment our hero Oddsock literally found himself up to his neck in numerical nonsense but he managed to figure things out and now he’s back in Oddsock 5: Food for Thought!

Follow Oddsock’s latest adventure as he once again plunges head-first into the deep end and ponders a few problematical perennial posers: What is knowledge? How is knowledge acquired? How do I know I know something? Wow! Profound stuff! It’s all knowledge for knowledge sake with Oddsock as he swings from know-nothing to know-it-all and most probably, all the way back again.

Will he end up biting off more than he can chew whilst chomping on what he thinks is a fruitful line of inquiry? Can he see the wood for the trees? Will our man master the mental and be able to maintain a meaningful meditation or merely manage a mindful of metaphysical muddle? Can he find his way out of his complex quizzical quandaries or will he carelessly conclude by concussing his crown cramming in confusing concepts?

Questions, questions! But all will be revealed if you just buy Oddsock 5: Food for thought and remember, this comic could change your life and for only £2.50!

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Thursday, 15 March 2012