You can’t make this s**t up.
And it’s so sad that it’s true.
Nice looking art with the faded yellow page thing
you got going on.
Love the colour combo and that final image is way beyond sad.
Another awesome story! This series continues to impress.
Holy crap. That is some crazy shit.
Once again your the shit Mr. P good on ya
Once again Awesome Mr. P. Your are the shit.
WOW so great. The way you draw people is hilarious. My favorite line is, “Anybody need they grasses cut?” And I love the yellowed page and blue tints.
More…more…I want more…
I really like the comic, but I wanted to point out that the other playset you wanted was called Snake Mountain, not Skull Mountain.
SHIT! You’re right, Bill… and none of my fanboy friends caught that before I submitted it officially. It shall be fixed if there is a print version.
Ed, your art is great and the story is funny as hell… a well told yarn! This would make a dynamite series. Whatever you do next, I look forward to it.
I had Castle Greyskull, too, but was pissed that I didn’t get the figures I wanted (there was a buttload of Skunkman at the store, though… great).
I love it. It is really dark but funny.
Wow! Excellent. I love your style. Sorry to ask a boring, predictable question but do you use brush or pen to ink this? Whichever, it’s ace. Oh, and I had that Castle Greyskull too! And Snake Mountain had this microphone thingumy that made your voice sound all sinister. That first Masters of the Universe series of toys completely rocked!
The best color and design
Well there are some scary looking women out there you wonde who was brave enough to give them kids. The police do not investigate to much on domestic crimes.
This is art to the world
Form different and very powerful
It was pretty different. The story was ok the art was good.
Well the lawnmowing stereotype was poor but my grand father was white and when he could not work he went out and mowed lawns to make money and I regret not helping him when I was a kid.
I think the story had a lot of meaning and it was well illustrated. I will be reading more of them.
I feel so much more there is to know more.
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