Paradynamo

The whirling dynamo of creativity is AT LARGE, ONCE AGAIN! Stand aside, ye wastrels of the digital ocean. Behold! Information moves in strange ways, indeed. Brett Wood, indy comic creator, spills the beans about "who dares go there," and "what," pray tell, "is going on?"

This is Folly: The Consequences of Indescretion by Hans Rickheit, published by fantagraphics. I followed many of these strips online, as they were being produced. I even commissioned one of the strips myself (it happens to be the one used on the cover).

Get to know the surreal, disturbing, yet addicting world of Hans Rickheit. You won’t be sorry. If you want a huge sampling of his work, go to http://chromefetus.com/page1.html

Tales Designed To Thrizzle, Vol. 2 is available. This is some of the funniest comic humor ever made. Michael Kupperman is a genius. Get Volume 1 and 2 at fantagraphics.com or Amazon.com

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Technology doesn’t fix everything, but it will help enable and socially protect your drunkenness.
Strip by Michael Kupperman, the amazing creator of Snake n’ Bacon, and Tales Designed to Thrizzle

Technology doesn’t fix everything, but it will help enable and socially protect your drunkenness.

Strip by Michael Kupperman, the amazing creator of Snake n’ Bacon, and Tales Designed to Thrizzle

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From Michael Kupperman’s Tales Designed To Thrizzle.


This particular strip gets even crazier shortly after this. You should buy it to see the rest. (HOT TIP, click the pic to see the rest… then go to Amazon to buy the collected Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol 1.)

From Michael Kupperman’s Tales Designed To Thrizzle.

This particular strip gets even crazier shortly after this. You should buy it to see the rest. (HOT TIP, click the pic to see the rest… then go to Amazon to buy the collected Tales Designed to Thrizzle Vol 1.)

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This a comic strip by Michael Kupperman. Michael is a comedic genius, however, this particular strip was rejected by the New Yorker. It probably was because their particular demographic would have been horrified at the subject matter, and also would have had no particularly noticeable sense of humor.
For more info about this, click the picture to see the original post at CBR!

This a comic strip by Michael Kupperman. Michael is a comedic genius, however, this particular strip was rejected by the New Yorker. It probably was because their particular demographic would have been horrified at the subject matter, and also would have had no particularly noticeable sense of humor.

For more info about this, click the picture to see the original post at CBR!