Sep 14 AT 6:48 PM Clark Wimberly 98 Comments

Update: vote for the winner!

After a flashy first showing by our #shotbyme contest, we’re back for week two of Editor’s Choice, powered by NVIDIA Tegra! This time, Anthony Domanico has loaded up an awesome back to school prize pack including a Motorola Photon 4G, the Photon HD multimedia dock, a pair of Skullycandy earbuds and a Case Logic backpack to haul it all around in.

Since Anthony is responsible for our “Complaint Department” series, and in keeping with our contest theme of making you guys actually do something, we’ve decided to make this giveaway a rage-off. To enter to win, you’ll need to create and submit a “rage comic.” You know the meme–the poorly illustrated but always chuckle-inducing comics that usually end with a bang? We’ve created a handful of (admittedly poor) examples to get the ball rolling:

Initial seeds of rage

There are lots of online generators for creating these little comics, but our favorite so far has been If you’re crafty, feel free to fire up Photoshop. Or MS Paint. Just rage on the topics of school or work or tech and make sure it’s funny, because the best comic (as chosen by a reader vote) will win a back to school prize pack.

To enter, just create a comic and leave us a link in the comments here on this article. If you’re just spectating and spot a comic you think is hilarious, leave a reply to make sure we notice it. Submissions will be open until Saturday, September 17th, at 11:59PM CST. Make sure you leave the comment with your And Me Account or at least as a guest with a proper email address (so we can contact you if you win!).

As always, if you appreciate the contest and want to see more, make sure you show some love to @NVIDIATegra. On that note, if you’re on the Twitters, consider sharing this page to help spread the rage:

Check back on Tuesday for the finalists and to cast your vote on the best Android rage comic the internet hath ever cast eyes upon.

PS: Since this is a Sprint-branded device, we’re making this contest US-only. Check back next week for another international contest!

Update: vote for the winner!

Clark is a developer living in Austin, Texas. He runs ClarkLab, a small web firm with his wife, Angie. He's a big fan of usability, standards, and clean design.

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