Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH we review the early competitors of the sport of boxing, known as the "sweet science."
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the Doonesbury gang denounces the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists and draws the line for appropriate, non-murderworthy satire.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the Great Meritocracy Race is kept strictly fair; after all, the future of America is at stake.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH is revealed the result of the most preposterously unlikely winning streak in the history of life on Earth.
These are just a few of the books and comics that I can point to as loving as a kid and helping inspire me to write. But they’re all quite different from my book.
Tom the Dancing Bug , IN WHICH the Intergalactic Overlord and Super-Space Villain Xenu Returns to Earth!
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Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH a baker in the land of Indiana runs his business strictly according to his Scripture.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features "The Dragon Who Breathed CO2," and MORE!!
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the question is put: Is God-Man a force for GOOD??
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Hollingsworth Hound explains the counterintuitive ways in which he wants to help the lower and middle classes (SPOILER ALERT: they all happen to do so by helping the wealthy first).
IN WHICH Louis finally settles on the one superstition that will drive him crazy.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the very first scientist very quickly is introduced to the second scientist.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the sequel to "To Kill a Mockingbird" is a dark 1980s graphic novel meditation on vigilantism and Cold War anxieties
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Brian Williams finds himself in a fabricated account of the Iraq War.
Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Super-Fun-Pak Comix features The Unicorn Whose Tears Were 1976 Ford Fiestas, and much, much, much more
In this week's comic, a Patriotic Debate breaks out.