TOM THE DANCING BUG: God-Man's New Reboot!

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a popular omnipotent superhero undergoes a REBOOT... but what will the new GOD-MAN?

By Ruben Bolling

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Published 7:42 am Wed, May 8, 2013

18 Responses to “TOM THE DANCING BUG: God-Man's New Reboot!”

  1. Christopher says:

    Based on the final panel I take it God-Man is going to offer these kids a choice of taking either the red pill or the blue pill. 

    • GeorgeMokray says:

      Oh, he works for GE now.

      • IronEdithKidd says:

        I saw that advert the other day and just couldn’t figure out why 15-ish years after the movie comes out some ad-men thought it wouldn’t look stupid.  Why Weaving would go for it is obviou$.

  2. fuzzyfuzzyfungus says:

    It’s going to be a bit tricky to draw ‘the singularity’…

  3. Just_Ok says:

    Patent-enforcing Prime Creator

  4. Boundegar says:

    We can’t see our own cultural biases; only those of other times and places. What seems perfectly sensible and obvious to us is the very thing our grandchildren will draw comics about.

  5. ZikZak says:

    The Lord and Creator of all securitized assets, He who always buyeth low and selleth high.

  6. Brainspore says:

    I’d like to see the gritty Chris Nolan trilogy.

    God-Man Begins (set ~5000 years ago)
    The Let-There-Be-Light Knight
    The Son of God-Man Rises (on the Third Day)

  7. MrJM says:

    I’ll bet he’s gritty and carries a big gun.

  8. Gulliver says:

    Holy Cow, Batman, religion makes great science fiction!

  9. Kimmo says:

    Panel 7: “daring-do”…

    It’s derring-do.

  10. Good Stuff says:

    What if God Was One of Us?

    Exploring the concept, with a broad brush; What if God was one of us? —  “How strange is the lot of us mortals! Each of us is here for a brief sojourn; for what purpose he knows not, though he sometimes thinks he senses it. But without deeper reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people”  —  Albert Einstein