The Curious Friendship Of Otto And Clyde: Session 2‏

9 Responses

  1. aaron shelton says:

    These are some of the funniest characters anywhere. Ever. I hope you stay on top of this one, because I’ll spread the word. Those fucking drawings hahaha. Keep it up. – AS

  2. OMORALES says:

    I think this does a fine job of emphasizing the relationship between pyschologists and their patients … I feel as though the exaggeration of Otto’s erratic behavior accompanied by Dr. Clyde’s egocentric, apathetic dialogue sums it up. “So you’d like me to dissect you to the extent that I’ll shed light on the driving forces behind the foolish choices … so you might then make various lifestyle changes to lessen the odds of suffering …”

  3. Anonymous says:

    An interesting, puzzling duo. Excellent (and hilarious) dialogue. This may be my favorite section of your website, Jonny. Your talent and creativity seem to know no bounds.

  4. Miss Anthropy says:

    I want more of these two! Where do you find your inspiration??

  5. Anonymous says:

    Are Dr. Clydes comments what you imagine psychologists are actually thinking while listening to their patients?

    • Jon says:

      What an astute question. I would certainly like to believe otherwise, but I’m tempted to think that quite a few of them have thought processes very similar to Dr. Clyde’s; he just has no filter.

  6. Cole says:

    Dark, witty, quirky, sarcastic, original and hilarious. Otto’s drug-fueled misadventures are mind-bending. Clyde might be a sadistic prick. But he’s clever and funny as hell. Overall, 9.5/10

  7. Steve Henderson says:

    I agree with the “dark, witty, (etc)” comment, though altogether I see Otto and Clyde as a satirical slap to the face of psychotherapy in general. A well deserved slap. Keep churning it out.

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