Never try to start reading a Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis comic halfway through. It will only lead to sorrow.
Potato-Jackers are nothing to laugh about.
Hrm. I get the feeling this is taking place in a foreign country, but I can’t seem to pinpoint which, exactly.
Jerry can talk about leprechauns all he wants, but when Dean looks at him, all he sees is a fucking dollar sign.
“These the worst sex games ever.”
It’s so wrong that Dean Martin and Tony Stark never appeared in a comic book together.
SIG: I agree that this is definitely a foreign nation, but pinning it down is a bit challenging.
The yellow grass would appear to be a hint: a shade like that would be unlikely, especially that visible at night. Therefore, it can be inferred that the grass is merely a visual allegory, in this case a specific reference to the Sakatchewan town of Yellow Grass. This is further enhanced by the reference to potato-jacking. One can assume that Martin and Lewis intended this as a flashback issue to the Great Depression which informed their childhoods; and according to the Wikipedia page, during the Great Depression, potatoes were used in Yellow Grass to replace hockey pucks. As Canadians without hockey are like a body without a heart, a potato-jacking organization could indeed pose a hefty threat.
The only argument against this reading is that Martin appears to be wearing the colors of Gambia.
I think in Oz’s Winkie Country, the grass is yellow. And a Wizard of Oz crossover would help this make a little bit more sense…
Best improved_archie ever!
Betcha it sold like hot cakes in Quebec.
Someone’s been basing their downloads on ads from Rex the Wonder Dog comics.
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There are two results for Googling “potato-jackers” and they’re both this. I’m just relieved there’s no Mr. Potato-Head Rule 34 action going on yet.
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LOL. Some of the most awkward and funniest panels in comics were in those old girl’s romance comic books. Here is a funny one where a girl punches a boy in the face to get him to stop squirming in the water http://www.orgamesmic.com/girls-romances/
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