“The Trouble with Tribbles”, if Edward Gorey Had Illustrated It

by Joey deVilla on August 31, 2007

Webcomic artist Shaenon Garrity came across an old Boston Globe article about macabre comic artist Edward Gorey. The first paragraph read:

Edward Gorey watched television for the first time this summer, or so he claims, and in the process the 52-year-old artist became a “Star Trek” fan. He watched the science-fiction program reruns twice a day, five days a week and once on the sixth day, and despite this faithful viewing he has yet to see the TV show’s most famous episode, “The Trouble with Tribbles”, which is about these furry creatures in outer space, or so he says.

Inspired by that paragraph, she created this interpretation of The Trouble with Tribbles in Gorey’s style:

Shaenon Garrity’s imagining of what “The Trouble With Tribbles” would be like if interpreted by Edward Gorey
Click the comic to see it on its original page.

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Andy Ramoniac August 31, 2007 at 9:28 pm

What Dr. McCoy said was, “I’m a doctor, not a prostitute – get your finger out of my (deleted)”

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