This short story is inspired by the Infinite Monkey theorem, which states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriterfor an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of Shakespeare.
Some time ago i started drawing a longer story called “Shakespeare and the Monkey fighting crime” in which Monkey was immortal, because it had an immortality potion tested on it. Monkey was a bit depressed and a graphomaniac, because it got sick of things fading away from it. Shakespeare was a self-centered action figure, but Monkey hung out with him anyways. Shakespare knew monky language, because he had been raised by ninja monkeys. I stopped drawing this story when i realised it was really stupid (somehow i didn’t realise it at the beginning).
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I would read that story!
Man patiko istorija, geležinė logika (Šekspyras turi mokėt beždžionių kalbą).
This is fantastic! Thank you.
Skambino milijonas beždžionių. Sakė, nori užeiti aptarti Šexpyro darbus, kuriuos ką tik parašė.
čia neblogas filmas apie begalybes (ir apie beždžiones pasakoja)
o šiaip puikus komiksas! :)
būtinai pažiūrėsiu, kai susitaisysiu kompą!:)
love your stuff! way to represent lithuania!
would read those stories anyway :)
thanks! In that case, maybe i will finish them.
That is pretty awesome idea for comics, you should really try to finish them, would love to read them.
Also this one is pretty good.