I always need something to remind me how old I am these days. Congrats, fine Pisces man. Pisces are the best.
Never knew there had been a Hitchhiker’s comic. Neat.
HAIL, and Happiest of Days to you, Mikester – O, Bringer of Daily Mirth and Comic-themed Goodness!
You’ve entered the “Warrantee voided” portion of life’s show.
Things will start falling off right about now.
Like Roger Green, I never remember how old I am.
(I went this entire year accidentally stating that I was a year younger than I really am. Not because of vanity. Purely because my mind has slipped a cog from age [44 in April].)
It also doesn’t help now that they’ve changed the zodiac signs.
I “used to be” an Aries. “Now, I’m” a Pisces.
Age will get to you, man… but you’re still at least a year away from all that.
“And then, of course, I’ve got this terrible pain in all the diodes down my left side. I mean, I’ve asked for them to be replaced, but no-one ever listens.” – Marvin
Happy Second 21st birthday!
Aww, Happy Birthday Mike! Hope you have a happy, science fiction-y, cake with frosting, super friends, Swamp Thing kind of day! :)
Have a happy birthday! And dont do anything you dont want to end up om YouTube.
“…We are gonna get lynched, y’know that?”
Have a happy, Mikester.
Happy birthday, Mike, and many more great years to come!
May you face this year with great fortitwod.
Happy Birthday, Mr. Sterling. Are you old enough now to be your employees’ father?
Happy birthday, Mike!
Dingo’s kidney’s, how old?!?
Well, happy birthday anyway Mike!
Dingo’s kidneys, how old?!?
Argh, missed it but Belated Happy Birthday!
Happy belated birthday mister!
I always felt that DC missed out on a large opportunity by not reprinting the HHGttG comic series at the time the absymal movie adaption came out. That’s pure evidence for not paying attention to potential audiences and focusing on the main S-hero fanbase right there.
DC did publish a new edition of the Hitchhiker’s adaptation when the movie came out (with the “Now A Major Motion Picture” banner on the cover). I doubt they found much demand for it, at least not enough to collect (for the first time) the second and third books.