For those Homestar/Strong Bad fans out there less invested in Homestar history and more in Trogdor the Burninator, a quick lesson: Homestar and friends were created in a 1996 children’s book by college students Mike Chapman and Craig Zobel. Now, for your enjoyment, the characters that evolved out of that story into an early Internet sensation unearth the plans for a second book.
Đang xem: Homestar runner 20th anniversary show
We long for the simpler times when Strong Bad ruled the Internet.
(via Engadget, image via screengrab)
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