Savage Dragon #197
Written and art by Erik Larsen
Dave: That’s what happens when you get handsy!
Dog: Don’t f--k with Dart Garter Silver Sable.
Jordan: Hmm… she may need to see a doctor about that spine.
Manifest Destiny #9
Written by Chris Dingess | Art by Mathew Roberts
Dave: Oxy Skin Care has gone way too far with their messaging.
Dog: Apparently Hershey’s syrup is ineffective as a pesticide.
Jordan: The true secret of malaria that you didn’t know about!
Written by Marc Bernardin | Art by Afua Richardson
Dog: I think Jordan Peele there is trying to hard.
Dave: That woman’s spine is broken. Your argument is invalid.
John: I’m more worried about her gesturing to cut off the guy’s junk!
Jordan: I’m sorry, but it’s hard to be intimidated by your group with that bright pink chair there.
Written by Devon Wong| Art by Isaac Goodhart
Dave: Billy thought his fetish was weird, until he googled “Chest + Tentacle + Sex” and was finally validated.
Dog: Is this how we make reparations to the Indians? Casinos and starring roles in Japanese erotica?
Jordan: My dreams are usually not this… creepy. How about you guys?
Clive Barker’s Hellraiser: Bestiary #1
Written and Victor LaValle, Ben Meares, Mark Miller | Art by Colin Lorimer, Carlos Magno, Conor Nola
Dave: Is this some sort of torture porn version of The Big Bang?
John: More like Michelangelo’s original sketches for the Sistine Chapel.
Dog: Except this version was intended for the floor. Closer to Hell. You never heard the tale of the janitor who mopped up a masterpiece?
Jordan: When someone asked the artist to not get so overindulgent with the gore, the artist got mad and protested with even more gore.
Dog: I wasn’t satisfied until “Seasons in the Abyss.” “Reign in Blood” is overrated.
Dave: Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez’s proposed touchdown celebration right before being arrested. To be accompanied with the words, “make it rain!”
John: I don’t think you can top that.
Jordan: Speaking of getting this mess clean up, you may need to get a few extra people. It’s a rather big mess after all.
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