Categories TEAMWORKING DAY Teamworking Day: Marville, Part 2 Post author By 1900HOTDOG Post date 10/01/2021 To view this content, you must be a member of 1900HOTDOG's Patreon at $5 or more Unlock with PatreonAlready a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content. Post author By 1900HOTDOG Post date 10/01/2021 Tags comic books, Marville 9 Comments on Teamworking Day: Marville, Part 2 ← Teamworking Day: Marville, Part 1 → Nerding Day: Westone Page 🌭 9 replies on “Teamworking Day: Marville, Part 2” I completely understand why you could not cover issues 4, 5, and 6. God bless you, merry gentlemen. It would have been less embarrassing for Jemas if, instead of submitting this comic, he’d said “I have to concede defeat in this contest as I’ve been spraying diarrhea uncontrollably for two weeks now. I believe I may have contracted some kind of stomach illness from sucking off twenty seven chimpanzees. I have to get back to the toilet now, as apparently the cure for this disease doesn’t work on people with penises below 5mm in length.” Instead, he opted to say “Hey guys, check this out! I’ve been spraying diarrhea uncontrollably for two weeks now. I believe I may have contracted some kind of stomach illness from sucking off twenty seven chimpanzees. Sadly, the cure for this disease doesn’t work on people with penises below 5mm in length. Anyhow, speaking of uncontrollable diarrhea, check out this awesome series I wrote while sitting on the toilet shitting my intestines out!” “Actually, wait, this is just a roll of toilet paper I’ve already used in a futile attempt to clean my anus. But then what did I flush down the toilet?!” *comedy noises* Full House theme plays. Dude must have a thing for public humiliation, because according to Wikipedia, after this he made a comic called “Wake The F#CK Up” and had it promoted by a rapped named Kilgorian Tralfamadore. I cannot believe this comic exists, ran as long as it did, and definitely still have people who are huge fans of it. Thank you for the good work you do for humanity. I have my copy of Marville right near my bed next to Trouble & Rawhide Kid so I can get the full Jemas Effect™, and also never forget. I think what impresses me the most about this. Genuinely incomprehensible mess of a series is that I can’t even imagine it was written to try and get fired on purpose. Even though I think ‘layering the script right over the art’ is how comic pulp pages scream for help, it’s all too. Horridly sincere. Comments are closed.