The God-Man Fan Club vs. … Clod-Man!

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the God-Man Fan Club must avenge the grave insult of… "Clod-Man!"

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  1. Nelsie says:

    I am offended by Bolling's continued misrepresentation of Clod-Man by his parody, God-Man. My very soul is wounded, as though Bolling had insulted my idiot brother (who, by the way, should never have invested in that condo in the Everglades). I won't be responsible for anything that happens to Bolling in the near future, even if it's my hand Clod-Man guides to strike down the parodist.

  2. THIS INK AND PAPER IS A GRAVE THREAT TO OUR HERO WHO HAS ABSOLUTE CONTROL OVER THE ENTIRE SPACE-TIME CONTINUUM!

    What a perfect encapsulation of the cognitive dissonance involved in crusades against blasphemy.

  3. They can both expect to hear from the legal team of French actor Claude Mann.

  4. KipTW says:

    CHUCK magazine? More like UP-CHUCK magazine! They haven't been funny since [exactly ten years after I started reading].

  5. Well, not to be pedantic here, but Muslims don't claim Muhammad was god (he's "the Prophet"), so the line about "this ink and paper is a grave threat to our hero who has absolute control over time and space" is misplaced with regards to the Charlie Hebdo attack.

    That said, any religion that insists you can't make fun of it clearly has an ego problem, like maybe deep down they know they aren't the One True Faith, and so rules against blasphemy are needed to keep that fact hidden and keep the believers in line (and that seems to include most religions.)

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