Flex and Wolter's Den of Nerdly Awesomeness

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revbob wrote:
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I don't want this to be a weird tangent. I want this rock star/Lego thing to be core to the next story.
I really hope good drugs are the explanation for Mr Dodd's stories.
With a serious dose of, "What the hell, why not?" Nothing, however, will top the flashback of the walrus giving birth in the back of the car.
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The "rock star" is David Hasselhoff?
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The "rock star" is David Hasselhoff?
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L'il Ted Cruz has been kidnapped!
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How does the artist not see that horrible cauliflower ear?! It's like an inflamed portal to L'il Ted's lizard brain.
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How does the artist not see that horrible cauliflower ear?! It's like an inflamed portal to L'il Ted's lizard brain.
He has a King Kong poster on the wall. I must say he's not being drawn nearly as ugly as he was in recent story arcs.

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revbob wrote:
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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How does the artist not see that horrible cauliflower ear?! It's like an inflamed portal to L'il Ted's lizard brain.
He has a King Kong poster on the wall. I must say he's not being drawn nearly as ugly as he was in recent story arcs.
Just a thought: What if DB Cooper has sent L'il Ted a letter bomb?
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In today's Mark Trail, old man nostalgically ponders his wrangler.
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Can someone explain Mark Trail to me? Is it purposely "off beat" or is it unintentionally funny?
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12 Mar 2019, 8:34am
Can someone explain Mark Trail to me? Is it purposely "off beat" or is it unintentionally funny?
It's a combination adventure/nature strip that dates back to the 40s. There's no doubt that a lot of the weirdness is intentional and meant to be funny. But stuff like Mark's skill in punching his way out of problems, exploding boats and cars, and his hideous adopted son who sometimes looks like Ted Cruz, that's the real nectar. Nothing will ever beat this:
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:59am
WestwayKid wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:34am
Can someone explain Mark Trail to me? Is it purposely "off beat" or is it unintentionally funny?
It's a combination adventure/nature strip that dates back to the 40s. There's no doubt that a lot of the weirdness is intentional and meant to be funny. But stuff like Mark's skill in punching his way out of problems, exploding boats and cars, and his hideous adopted son who sometimes looks like Ted Cruz, that's the real nectar. Nothing will ever beat this:
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That sequence is the pinnacle of the form.
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Wolter wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 9:55am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:59am
WestwayKid wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:34am
Can someone explain Mark Trail to me? Is it purposely "off beat" or is it unintentionally funny?
It's a combination adventure/nature strip that dates back to the 40s. There's no doubt that a lot of the weirdness is intentional and meant to be funny. But stuff like Mark's skill in punching his way out of problems, exploding boats and cars, and his hideous adopted son who sometimes looks like Ted Cruz, that's the real nectar. Nothing will ever beat this:
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That sequence is the pinnacle of the form.
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WestwayKid wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:34am
Can someone explain Mark Trail to me? Is it purposely "off beat" or is it unintentionally funny?
I really like that Doc's been posting these for this long before you asked!
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"The walrus started flipping out"
i'd buy that on a t-shirt
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Wolter wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 9:55am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:59am
WestwayKid wrote:
12 Mar 2019, 8:34am
Can someone explain Mark Trail to me? Is it purposely "off beat" or is it unintentionally funny?
It's a combination adventure/nature strip that dates back to the 40s. There's no doubt that a lot of the weirdness is intentional and meant to be funny. But stuff like Mark's skill in punching his way out of problems, exploding boats and cars, and his hideous adopted son who sometimes looks like Ted Cruz, that's the real nectar. Nothing will ever beat this:
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That sequence is the pinnacle of the form.
The womans poses/hand gestures are just ridiculous

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