If you've ever wondered how comic strip artists that make their strips freely available on the internet make enough money to eat, this short clip from the Stripped Documentary, titled Comic Quest, will show you how it's done.
Here's a parody of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" that's also a handy recap of the Star Trek episode The Trouble With Tribbles, video featuring footage from the latter. Words, music, and editing by Josh Millard; Star Trek footage used with loving optimism.
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