Summer is here! At least here where I live. If you’re based on the Southern hemisphere, please disregard this announcement. I sure greatly prefer the warmer time of the year to the colder one. Even though my office, or shall we say “studio” (sounds much better), is right under our roof and the 35 year old windows don’t do much to keep the heat out.
But now is the time for barbecues, sitting outside at night with friends and a bottle of wine… I really look forward to the next two to three months!
Looks like Julio’s and Alex’s prank has backfired! They probably didn’t think through what would happen if you’d give Chuck’s ego another boost. It might just end up exploding!
I think one thing that makes a good pilot, is the ability to process new and unexpected information quickly.
I would say that Chuck doesn’t always stumble with women. He only seems to do so when there’s the slightest hint of positive feedback!
The world would be a much better place if people would listen more to each other, wouldn’t it? And that’s all I can think up for today’s blog, because I just downed a huge mug of coffee and have tons of things I want to do right now! Ah! Hyperactivity! Need to make use of it while it lasts! Cheers!
Another day, another try! But I’m sure that Julio is spot on. After going on maintenance flights with Chuck more than once, he is probably the most qualified person to judge the excitement level on the seat next to Chuck.
Every year the Strasser family converges for a traditional skiing trip in Salzburg, Austria. This includes, obviously, a lot of traditional skiing, traditional visits to the sauna, some traditional beer and a lot of traditional jokes being told and traditional fun being had. It’s all very traditional, as you can see.
Anyway, this means that the next few comic strips will be re-runs of older, and classic, you might even say traditional, material. I hope you will enjoy them anyway!
Every year the Strasser family converges for a traditional skiing trip in Salzburg, Austria. This includes, obviously, a lot of traditional skiing, traditional visits to the sauna, some traditional beer...
“By the book” sounds very similar to “buy the book”, doesn’t it? Now if I wouldn’t have an incredible amount of self-restraint, I would use this opportunity to shamelessly flaunt our new book “Chuck’s Helicopter Adventures”, wave it in your faces, and remind you that we still have a 15% discount on everything (yes, everything!) in our online shops until December 10th!
But of course we don’t want to be pushy or obtrusive, so I will refrain from doing so.
Every one of us who has ever helped pushing a bigger aircraft up a slight hill for a longer distance with a few people will have noticed that there is always that one guy who more or less just “holds on to the aircraft” instead of putting his back into it. I sincerely hope that none of you are “that guy”.
As we head into the winter months, with the days getting shorter, and most northern regions becoming cold and foggy, we thought this is the perfect strip to start this November.
It actually was invented during our last Skiing trip and is one of our personal favorites because it’s so relate-able even if you’re not in aviation. The photo shows us either seconds before or after we invented the strip. It’s a great example to show you how we come up with our ideas, just in case you might have imagined us in white lab coats inside some sort of comic laboratory …