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EXCLUSIVE AHOY Preview: Hashtag: Danger #2

Our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club.

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In the second installment of “Snelson,” our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club. But can Melville Snelson tolerate some honest criticism from his younger peer, or will his fragile ego shatter into a million itty-bitty pieces?

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly comics podcast!

(W) Tom Peyer, Paul Constant
(A) Chris Giarrusso, Fred Harper
(C) Richard Williams

Realizing that the news media thrives on conflict, the attention-hungry heroes of Hashtag: Danger must contrive a fake super-villain fight! PLUS! Snelson eats in a restaurant and it doesn’t go well. EXTRA! Eclectic and handsomely illustrated AHOY text shorts!

Painted cover by Richard Williams (MAD, Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror)
June 5, 2019
$3.99

Our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club.
Our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club.
Our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club.
Our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club.
Our aging comedian is trying to shake off the bitter aftertaste of 90s nostalgia with a stand-up set at his favorite local club.

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