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Desc:Gentleman investigates a comic book's claim of indestructibility.
Category:Educational, Arts
Tags:comic, continuity comics, tyvek
Submitted:Mother Lumper
Date:05/25/14
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SolRo - 2014-05-25
+1 neckbeard right there.
jangbones - 2014-05-26
+1 Neckbeard of Crumb Collecting

Also, T-shirt of Ultimate Irony

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-05-26
I'm pretty chubby myself (though svelte compared to this guy), and I do feel hypocritical wearing Superman boxer shorts, even though nobody outside of my house sees them.

Counterpoint: No fat person seems out of place with a pro wrassler muscle-dude on their shirt. Is there a perceived mental equality there that somehow makes it okay?

Oscar Wildcat - 2014-05-26
Haystacks Calhoun?
TypicalEllisProtagonist - 2014-05-26
Go to your local comic shop; it doesn't matter where it is, those two men will be inside.
MacGyver Style Bomb - 2014-05-26
Obvious comments aside, this shows just how much the "collectable" editions of early 90's comics have held up after twenty years.

And fuck me, it has been that long. Christ.
American Standard - 2014-05-26
You're making me flash back to the "collector's market" on the 90s and I hate you for it.

God. Spawn #1. Comics should never be allowed to live that down.

Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2014-05-26
It's not Spawn #1 that comics shouldn't live down. It's Spawn #1, plus the 242 issues that followed it, and the issues that are forthcoming.

Having Slayer and Atari Teenage Riot team up for the Spawn movie soundtrack doesn't balance this out.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-05-26
Yeah, you can't rip Tyvek. Big surprise.

I didn't know anyone was printing stuff on it other than "TYVEK MOISTURE BARRIER" and "USPS PRIORITY MAIL."
BorrowedSolution - 2014-05-27
Correction: You can't rip Tyvek UNTIL you put a tiny cut in the edge of it. After that you're off to the races.

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