A 1980's rapper pulls a caper and pays the consequences in this week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features Percival Dunwoody, Phil Collins, Guy Who Walks into a Bar, and SIGNIFICANTLY MORE!
Def Jam goes from a cottage business in an NYC dorm room to a major record label.
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Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Hollingsworth Hound infiltrates a meeting of climatologists, and learns the TRUTH!
With less than a handful of songs the Beastie Boys got to tour cross-country in 1985 during Madonna's "Virgin" tour.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Bill Dare's adversary suddenly gains the deadly Power of Plot Requirements!! How can Billy ever win now??
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the Smythe family of Chagrin Falls receives a phone call from the '90s!
This week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip is about one of the biggest Hip Hop movies of the 1980s.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH I remember my days back at dear old Trump University. GO, FIGHTIN' FRAUDULENT SCHEMES!
This week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip is the prelude to one of the greatest rap-inspired movies of the 1980s.
Ed Piskor drew this cool pin-up of an X-Men family tree (abridged). Each row represents a decade of the X-Men from 1963-1992. [Download] Read the rest
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH ballistic missiles are legal, and the NRA and GOP are gonna keep 'em that way.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH you do not want to cross the most dangerous gang in prison!