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Friday, April 30, 2010

Free Comic Book Day, A Compendium of Old Almanacs

As everyone on Earth knows, Saturday is Free Comic Book Day. Here, again, are Poor Almanacs from the last 4 years that celebrated this fine national holiday. In other words it's another lazy repost. Mangaloid Wars X: Giant Spazzoid Zombie Robots Invade (third below) is the best thing I've ever written, I think. I should have Petey read that comic




10 comments:

Lesley Vamos said...

You have such a great sense of humour ^_^

Brett said...

I would buy the Scrooge McDuck Meets Obama comic. I for one would welcome our new duck overlord.

Jeanie W said...

These are hilarious! Thanks for posting.

BenPanced said...

If any of those were available, I'd be out to the comic shops in a thrice.

PATTY LEIDYS ZERO HOUR said...

tee hee. too funny..
I'm avoiding my local comic store today. he gets all grumpy on free day...says people come in then he never sees them again....lol

the cheese guy said...

I have my FCBD Sergio Aragones
T Shirt on!
Uncle Scrooge is till my favorite hero...EVER! Oh yeah Mom is second!

Honey said...

I would read Mangaloid X

Mike Peterson said...

The Giant Spazzoid Zombie comic is not so far out. This year's selection included a preview of the cartoon adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies." I'll admit, I got enough of the humor of the book leafing through it in the bookstore, but the comic version seems to take it seriously. That is, I think he knows a great deal more about zombies than about Jane Austen, and the result is an action comic about women in long dresses fighting zombies while spouting old-fashioned dialogue. Mr. Bennett appears to be based on Professor Xavier, and it's all very strange.

Sometimes, being funnier than reality is a challenge.

fritzoid said...

"Waiting for Sluggo", "Big Lulu", "Clem Clownpants", "Man at Desk", YES YES YES YES!

I'm still waiting to get a glimpse of "Toad Zombies", though. Maybe some Sunday? Just a panel or three?

paul bowman said...

Every one a classic.