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Desc:Remember that weird comic from the 60s about that fat, autistic kid? Neither does anybody else...
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Humor
Tags:Fat kid, herbie, mindfuck, limited animation, cavegirl
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Comment count is 9
threads - 2012-05-27
Fun facts: This is Alan Moore's favorite super hero. He's described him as being omnipotent.
baleen - 2012-05-27
A long time ago I downloaded PDF copies of many copies of this comic. It is truly bizarre. I probably would have liked it as a kid too.

BiggerJ - 2012-05-27
Herbie's greatest power and greatest weakness is that he gives almost no fucks. He doesn't fly, he just walks upward. Needs a time machine? Commandeers the nearest clock.

twinkieafternoon - 2012-05-27
All of our Elk's Club granddads and uncles got together and wrote this after the war, one agonizing pun at a time.
joelkazoo - 2012-05-27
I found a copy of Herbie at a garage sale when I was like 7, and absolutely loved it.
memedumpster - 2012-05-27
Young Stroke Guy Adventures!
poorwill - 2012-05-27
I was exposed to Herbie through the Flaming Carrot crossover. I have the first of the collected volumes in hardback - rad comic.
Old_Zircon - 2012-05-28
dead_cat - 2012-05-29
Oh god, I'm having clutch cargo flashbacks.
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