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Obamacare: what it is, what it’s not

It’s no surprise that we haven’t seen a conservative alternative to Obamacare; Obamacare was the conservative alternative. Written by Michael Goodwin of Economix Comix. Illustrations by Dan E. Burr. Lettered by Debra Freiberg.

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Krs-One was a Teenage Drug Courier

A Hip Hop Family Tree strip by Ed Piskor.

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Street Angel 004: Fight Night!

Fight Night! Street Angel vs. Dr. Pangea’s Ninja henchmen. By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca

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Did You Know Fun Facts About Boston?

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH fun facts about the city of Boston are Did You Known.

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Meet Lyor Cohen, president of Def Jam Recordings

Introducing the future CEO into the Hip Hop Family Tree. By Ed Piskor

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Street Angel 003: Ninja Basketball!

Street Angel searches for Dr. Pangea’s secret lair, with the help of her friend, the Bald Eagle. By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca

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An NFL Fan Defends the "R" Word

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a team named after an ethnic slur is defended.

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Ladies Love Cool James

This week’s Hip Hop Family Tree strip introduces LL Cool J into the fold. By Ed Piskor

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Street Angel 002: Enter Street Angel!

In our last installment, mad geologist Dr. Pangea escaped a maximum security prison with plans to reform the Pangean supercontinent. In this installment we meet the one assigned to stop him: an 8th grade girl named Jesse Sanchez, AKA Street Angel. By Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca

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How the Ape Brain Assesses Risk

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Charley the Australopithecine uses his ape brain to determine the greatest risk to his life.

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Kriss Kross

Check out Hip Hop Family Tree Trading Card #122 from Ed Piskor. The trading cards feature will be the best place to see your favorite rappers who come later on in the timeline in the HHFT comics series. Whose card would you like to see next?

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Street Angel 001: Dr. Pangea Escapes!!!

Street Angel, a new comic series by Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca. This issue: insane geologist Dr. Pangea has escaped his maximum security prison cell! What chaos could he wreak?

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Great Moments in Weatherology Science

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a brave congressman proves that we have nothing to fear from global warming because SCIENCE!

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Basketball by Kurtis Blow

The week’s Hip Hop Family Tree strip by Ed Piskor about the origin of the famous Kurtis Blow anthem.

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TOM THE DANCING BUG: Unemployment Isn't a Bug -- It's a Feature

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH lazy, unemployed Lucky Ducky almost destroys the economy by getting a job!

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I Was A Marvel Comics Reject...

Ed Piskor presents his rejected teenage submissions to Marvel Comics, from a time when all he wanted to draw was superheroes. Now all he wants to do is draw comics about rap music: a new Hip Hop Family Tree is coming next week.

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Bumperhead - new graphic novel by Gilbert Hernandez

A fascinatingly disjointed tale of drugs, rock and roll, and adolescence from the legendary cartoonist who co-created Love and Rockets. Read the exclusive excerpt.

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TOM THE DANCING BUG: Super-Fun-Pak Comix, feat. Percival Dunwoody, Phil Collins, & Somewhat More

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a Super-Fun-Pak Comix installment features an idiot time traveler, a shplourk, a non-conscious human, five metaphors for sale, and somewhat more.

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Snooping in Mom and Dad's Room

A cautionary Brain Rot strip about digging for Christmas presents and seeing things that cannot be unseen. By Ed Piskor

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From the Front Lines of the War on Seat Reclines

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a dispatch from the war on seat reclining is sent back to Dearest Helen.

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The Budding Cartoonist

A Brain Rot strip by Ed Piskor about a cartoonist accumulating his first 10,000 hours worth of experience and the incentives and rewards that abound.

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Big Mouth: Work Farm Blues

Pat Moriarity offers a cop-encounter nightmare, as timely now as it was when written in 1992 by his pal Bob, best known as R.L. Crabb. “Bob was one of my housemates when he told me his weed-related horror story. I HAD to draw it!”

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A Special Message for African Americans

TOM THE DANCING BUG, wherein an important message from the government is promulgated for the public good.

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Real Stuff: "Two in a Bed," Part 2

A NSFW comix noir tale from the fetid depths of Dennis P. Eichhorn’s troubled soul, illustrated by Aline Kominsky-Crumb. Originally published in Real Stuff #6, April 1992. (Read Part 1)

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God-Man, in "Enter the Purse Thief"

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH God-Man uses his Omnipotence Power to foil the dastardly plans of a purse snatcher!

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Can You Save a Life With a Flashback?

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Billy Dare saves Nathoo’s life with a defensive flashback!

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Whodini's Album Escape Goes Platinum

A new tale in the Hip Hop Family Tree, by Ed Piskor

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TOM THE DANCING BUG: Will Pinocchio, Inc. Ever Become a Real Boy?

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Pinocchio, Inc. is given corporate life… but will he listen to his conscience and become a real boy?

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Brain Rot Comics: The Mysterious Condom

A Brain-Rot, coming of age tale about a young Ed Piskor.

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First issue of acclaimed sci-fi comic The Bunker, free on Boing Boing

Newly released on Oni Press, The Bunker by Joshua Fialkov and Joe Infurnari is a graphic novel about a group of five friends who discover a mysterious metal bunker from the future that contains proof that they will cause the apocalypse.

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