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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The K Chronicles Gets (Un)Animated

Posted By on October 1, 2013, 1:00 PM

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Now that he’s conquered the multipanel comic strip (The K Chronicles, which City Weekly has carried for years), the single-panel commentary ((Th)Ink, which we should) and hip-hop (I still listen to The Marginal ProphetsTwist the Knob), Keith Knight is taking on live-action TV! Sort of. ---

Keef debuted his YouTube channel last week with an Antiques Roadshow parody so perfect, Key & Peele are probably kicking each other’s asses. “It has all the elements of your average Keith Knight cartoon (race, humor),” the cartoonist blogged, “and it’ll probably get me in trouble.” He hasn’t pissed off anyone in racially diverse Utah yet; here’s hoping this finally does it.

More videos are on the way, and if you want to see Knight on real TV, catch him on FXX’s Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell on Tuesday, Oct. 22. In the meantime, please to enjoy “Unique Antique”:

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