TOM THE DANCING BUG: Super-Fun-Pak Comix, featuring "How to Draw Doug," and more, More, MORE!

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH you can learn How to Draw Doug, Woman-Man continues his/her thrilling adventures, Phil Collins has a close call, and MORE Super-Fun-Pak Comix!!

By Ruben Bolling at 8:11 am Wed, Mar 27, 2013

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BE THE FIRST AMONG YOUR COHORT to see Tom the Dancing Bug, by @RubenBolling, every week! Members of the elite and prestigious INNER HIVE get the comic emailed to their inboxes at least a day before publication -- and much, much MORE!

Please click HERE for information. Thank you.

Published 8:11 am Wed, Mar 27, 2013

13 Responses to “TOM THE DANCING BUG: Super-Fun-Pak Comix, featuring "How to Draw Doug," and more, More, MORE!”

  1. Christopher says:

    When I was sixteen or seventeen a (to my parents’ view) long-haired gentleman attended a Sunday service at the church I went to with my parents. He and a couple of other guys sat in the back, but came forward for communion. I stood next to them, and I kept looking at them thinking, “These guys look familiar…or is it just that they don’t look like the usual crowd at this church?”

    A few days later my mother asked me, “Do you know who Steve Winwood is? Apparently you were standing next to him during communion, and the minister thought you might be familiar with him.”

    I did not shriek, though.

  2. tom clark says:

    I too would like a breakfast from 1909. Not actual 104 year old leftovers, but what did they eat then?

  3. crummett says:

    LEAVE STEVE WINWOOD ALONE!!!!!

  4. sluggo says:

    I have learned first-hand that, upon their death, every artist is granted a group of IP lawyers. Their only job is to prevent any use of of the artist’s works, unless it is licensed to the hilt for ridiculous fees, and appears on mass-produced chinese-made items. Any reverence is treated as suspicious, and is rejected in favor of quantity and poor quality.

  5. Marja Erwin says:

    *groan*

    Being offensive is no guarantee of being funny.

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