Thursday, January 14, 2010

Unbelievable.



This is an actual comic book. See The Weekly Standard here.

8 comments:

dakotas5 said...

I just puked!

Anonymous said...

BWAHAHAHAHA!!!!! Finally!...a comics that is actually a comedy. And so perfect for toilet time reading. And so eco=friendly. When you're finished reading, you can wipe your ass with it.

But it should have been called "Gonad the Tarbabian". I can see the future issue titles now:

Man-Boy of the Jungle
H1N1 the Terror That Died
Barry and the Ignoble Prize
Escape of the Teleprompter
Bailing for Dollars
Democrats: Party of the Undead
Hopnchange the Fable
Planet Soros and the Would-Be King

That's enough. I have to check on my voodoo doll order.

Sean said...

You think that's bad, I can't get the image of Odumba doing his little pussy dance on that lesbians show during the campaign. Two co********s on one show. Saw it as a report, as I have never frequented the degenerates show.

Anonymous said...

I dunno...the more I look at the title Quest for the Treasure of the Stimuli...this may be more about odufus' sex life than the economy.

Anonymous said...

Hah! He has nothing on Saxton Hale:

http://tf2wiki.net/wiki/Saxton_Hale

A man among men:
---------
Mr. Bidwell: There's a group of hippies in the parking lot again...

Saxton Hale: The scoundrels! What have they got their smelly ponytails in a twist about this time?

Mr Bidwell: Guns, sir. They're against them.

Saxton Hale: Fine. I'll beat them to death with my bare hands!

— 'The Administrator'

Anonymous said...

What’s next trading cards?!

Loren said...

This might be related to something that comes up frequently in the furry fandom--rule 34 IIRC.

Rule 34 states that if it exists, someone has, or will make porn of it. A related rule states that if it exists, there's a fetish.

This does seem to have moved the principal beyond the sexual realm(or has it?), though I don't know if there's a rule for that.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for letting me know about issue #3. I already have issues 1 & 2. It's actually quite funny & pokes at everyone RINO & DemonRat) inside the DC Beltway.

And yes, it's as you would imagine, Conan in the ancient village of DC.