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SushiGummy, July 16th, 2010, 4:49 pm


In other news, is there not enough Detective Tarson in your life? Do you sometimes wish there were TWO Detective Tarsons? Well now there are! From now on, my sister will be drawing Detective Tarson in her own manga-esque style! Check it out!

Check the author comment below for the conclusion of Troublemaker and Chief's adventure through time in this Public Service Announcement brought to you by Story Time with George!

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SushiGummy, July 16th, 2010, 4:50 pm

Story Time with George Chief: Here we are at Christmas 2011. It's time to see your future, young man.
Troublemaker: 2011? That's it? How much could have happened between now and 20- WHAT THE HELL IS THIS ALL ABOUT!?
Chief: What?
Troublemaker: There are robots everywhere! And spaceships! Everything's so technologically advanced!
Chief: Well, yeah, it's the future, what do you expect?
Troublemaker: IT'S 2011! Don't give me any crap, there's no way the world will be this futuristic a year from now!
Chief: A year and a half.
Troublemaker: Why the hell are there octopi roaming the streets!?
Chief: You obviously have no expectations for the future. Come here, you have to see this.
Troublemaker: Where are you taking me, old man?
Chief: Boy, welcome to... the internet.
Troublemaker: The internet!? This... this is the internet!?
Chief: It sure is.
Troublemaker: It's a koala!
Chief: The internet's changed over the years, son. With the Fall of Webcomics 2010, the world wide web has never been the same.
Troublemaker: The Fall of Webcomics...?
Chief: That's right, kid. After the lack of votes in the Smack Jeeves Webcomic Awards 2010, webcomics slowly died out, destroying the internet in the process.
Troublemaker: That's... impossible.
Chief: That's what you think. You'd be surprised with the initial importance of webcomics. No votes means no webcomic award, no webcomic award means no webcomics, and no webcomics means no internet!
Troublemaker: You've gotta be kidding me...
Chief: I kid you not. Now look at this.
Troublemaker: A... a grave?
Chief: This is the grave of George Boden, the author of Detective Tarson.
Troublemaker: Oh, that comic the Jeeves guy was talking about.
Chief: Sure is. After the failure of the webcomic awards, George became weak and slowly disintigrated.
Troublemaker: It says here he ate a bad burrito.
Chief: Same thing. I've got one more thing to show you before I send you back to the past.
Troublemaker: Well, it'll have to be pretty convincing if you still want me to vote.
Chief: You recognize this house, kid?
Troublemaker: Of course I do, it's mine!
Chief: No, boy... It's mine.
Troublemaker: What!? What are you talking about, old man!? I'm the one that lives here, not you!
Chief: You don't understand, son. This is my house... I'm from the future.
Troublemaker: Are you serious!? But- don't tell me I'll be losing this house in the next year!
Chief: You still don't get it, do you? It's still your house. It's our house. It always has been.
Troublemaker: ... What?
Chief: I'm you from the future, kid.
Troublemaker: You've gotta be kidding me! But you're, like, 30 years older than me!
Chief: That's what happens when the internet is what it is today. People are aging rapidly. Ever since the Smack Jeeves Web Comic Awards last year, I've regretted not taking the time to vote.
Troublemaker: N-no way...
Chief: Don't make the same mistake I did, boy. You have to vote. Do it for me. Do it for webcomics. Do it for the internet. Do it for... the world.
Troublemaker: I... I will.
Chief: Then we're done here. Welcome back to your house of the present, kid, my time with you is at an end. I hope we'll one day meet again.
Troublemaker: But... you're me.
Chief: Oh, yeah. Nevermind then. Bye!
Troublemaker: Wait! Future me!
Chief: ...
Troublemaker: ... Thanks.
Chief: ... Take care of yourself, kid.
Jeeves: Excuse me! Sir! Sir! Hello, my name is-
Troublemaker: Jeeves! You're Jeeves! And, yes! I'll vote at the Smack Jeeves Webcomic Awards 2010! I'll vote in every single category! Even the best sprite comic category!
Jeeves: I say, sir! What a generous donation! You're going to make many webcomic authors happy!
Troublemaker: It's no problem, really! Heck, how about I go with you and help convince others to vote?
Jeeves: Honestly, sir? My highest regards, not many people are as generous as you!
Troublemaker: Well, Jeeves, I've learned something today, like the moral of a story at the end of a great webcomic. If you want to make a difference, you have to get involved!
Jeeves: I couldn't have said it better myself, sir!

The end.

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User's Comments:

cqclegoman, July 16th, 2010, 4:51 pm

That was hilarious, good job Sushi.

RandomNinjaGuy, July 16th, 2010, 5:04 pm

I'm surprised that penguin passed med school forgetting too wear a surgical mask that easily...

SushiGummy, July 16th, 2010, 6:21 pm

Not done with it yet.

JimLad, July 16th, 2010, 6:25 pm

You sir, are a funny bone tickler.
There NEEDS to be a Detective Tarson cartoon, could you imagine it? It would work so well! and it would put most cartoons these days to shame! I'm not even kidding!

Big A2, July 17th, 2010, 1:41 am

Okay, there are some serious plot holes here.

Lucazke, July 17th, 2010, 7:02 am

Why haven't I ever seen this comic before? It's so Awesome!

Plazmaz, July 17th, 2010, 11:35 am

hahaha lmao

SushiGummy, July 17th, 2010, 12:26 pm

@JimLad: I hope to one day make a cartoon, so that would be pretty intense. Thanks!

@Big A2: Like what? The fact that Tarson got Peg something for his birthday even though they only met about an hour ago? Or is it that Tarson pulls rocks out of nowhere? Maybe you just think the bow tie guy disappears in the last panel and didn't notice he's behind Tarson's arm?

@Lucazke: I knew you'd show up at some point. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to join someone else in an evil laugh.


Big A2, July 18th, 2010, 2:09 am

Those, and the fact that Tarson and Peg were on their way to the subway, then Tarson went to this party to get something to eat, and now he's just killing people for no reason.

SushiGummy, July 18th, 2010, 2:54 am

That's not a plot hole, Tarson just gets distracted easily. IT'S A CHARACTER FLAW. :O

Detective Tarson has its plot holes, but as far as I know, there aren't any in this page.

Ihaznightvision (Guest), July 18th, 2010, 12:11 pm

Amazazing. This is a really good job Sushi, I wish I could have read this before.

super sonic m, July 19th, 2010, 9:13 am

It's been a while since I laughed this hard.

SonicBoom01, July 20th, 2010, 11:57 pm

I just had epic idear.

Detective Tarson
Animation Program
Epic YouTube preview for the comic or something similar to that.

SushiGummy, July 21st, 2010, 12:45 am

There's a slight problem with that.

I suck at animation.

Klonoacomics, September 29th, 2010, 3:42 pm

Sushy if you ever make a cartoon of this im gonna watch its so funny i almost peed my pants!

Randumbz, December 29th, 2010, 10:36 pm

i laughed so hard it hurt

Drawkey, March 4th, 2011, 12:40 pm

You know what, you should do a comic of your STORY TIME thingies, they are funnier than the comic itself

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