TOM THE DANCING BUG - Super-Fun-Pak Comix, featuring Phil Collins and MORE!

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Godwin's Law is used for the first time, Percival Dunwoody saves the Titanic from sinking, a woodlands murder most foul, and MORE Super-Fun-Pak Comix.

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Published 8:55 am Wed, Feb 6, 2013

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17 Responses to “TOM THE DANCING BUG - Super-Fun-Pak Comix, featuring Phil Collins and MORE!”

  1. Christopher says:

    For once Dunwoody got something right. While he wasn’t able to save people on the Hindenburg he did at least save the passengers on the Titanic. I’d call that at least a partial win. 

    • ophmarketing says:

      Well, until the flaming hull of the Hindenburg fell onto the Titanic, burning the boat and all of its passengers alive, that is…

      • iamlegion says:

         But the iceberg would cancel out the burning Hindenburg, wouldn’t it?

      • blearghhh says:

        It wouldn’t be too bad. The thing about Hydrogen is that even though it’s very flammable, it’s also much lighter than air (which is of course why it’s used) so it burns very quickly and spectacularly, but moves up as it’s doing so. In fact, almost twice as many people survived the disaster than were killed by it (no consolation to the dead folk, but still).  So my thinking is that while dropping a whole lot of aluminum on top of the Titanic would probably be pretty nasty for the people on the top deck or two, most of the fire would have been burned out, and of course the ship wouldn’t really sink after that, so it’s not too bad.  I mean, it’s not the best place to send the ship, if you have the choice, but I can certainly think of worse.

  2. carsonic says:

    I foresee a Super-fun-pak supercomic team-up featuring Phil Collins and the Ghost of James Caan. Though I’m not sure why.

  3. wysinwyg says:

    I think Mr. Doctor, Jr. should get his own spin off.

  4. franko says:

    “rock superstar phil collins” = best line in the whole thing.

  5. carsonic says:

    Hey, I’ve got a great idea for a post-modernist alternative spoof of one of these comics. I’ll call it “Slappy & Gonko & Cat-Atomic & Bluggo the Pink Narwhal & Mannix’s Lapel & Amanda the Sassy Disney Channel Teen & Zintazrsi & Bluggo’s Daughter Who Is A Lefty & Max A. Million & Hi & The Vague Feeling That What You Ordered Won’t Be Enough To Eat & Homeboyz & Diggity Dogg The Dog Who Likes Falafel & Mr. Doctor, Jr. & Muggi Minus Slappy & Gonko & Cat-Atomic & Bluggo the Pink Narwhal & Mannix’s Lapel & Amanda the Sassy Disney Channel Teen & Zintazrsi & Bluggo’s Daughter Who Is A Lefty & Max A. Million & Hi & The Vague Feeling That What You Ordered Won’t Be Enough To Eat & Homeboyz & Diggity Dogg The Dog Who Likes Falafel & Mr. Doctor, Jr. & Muggi”

  6. Loving the meta-commentary.

  7. Jym Dyer says:

     I am tempted to make “Godwin’s Law Through History” into an avatar photo.  If only my head was 3x wider.

  8. Henrik Jonsson says:

    “Diggity Dogg the Dog Who Likes Falafel” sounds like an amazing character.

  9. marktrail says:

    Nice to see that my cousin the international woodlands detective finally got his own strip.

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