If you’re reading this then I suppose that means that the world didn’t end after all. Congratulations, I guess. That or the post-apocalyptic world still has internet. Which is good, I was kind of worried about that. No, my priorities are not odd.

Wouldn’t it be amusing if the end of the Mayan calendar was off by a day on purpose? Well, chances are it would only be amusing to ancient Mayan people. Kind of a jerk thing to do actually, now that I think about it.

The high quality, artisan crafted jpg presented above makes more than passing reference to cryptids. In the event that you are incapable of inferring what a cryptid is from context clues present in the strip and are unable or unwilling to follow the Wikipedia link in the last sentence, allow me to sum: a cryptid is an entity believed to exist but is not confirmed by science. The yeti or brachiolope, for example.

Of course, the whole Mayan calendar thing was silly from the beginning anyways. Everyone knows that the world will end by the hand of Cthulhu.

Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn!

-Thaddeus