|Aubrey McFate - 2011-09-07 |
I commented too soon.
According to the Internet: "Psalty and his family are invited to perform in the Moscow Circus. But, once there, Psalty is separated from his family and taken to jail. All alone and without his Bible, he is comforted by remembering special Bible verses."
Those damn gulags!
But from Amazon, some hilarious viral advertising in the single comment:
"The Psalty character is awesome, Psalty always finds the right things to do. He turns to the Bible and usually fixes his problems. They also have a great line of videos for kids, children love Psalty. "
First edition dropped in July of 1991, no less.
Psalty: Timeless Entertainment!
What's so special about that? I usually fix my problems too. I'm supposed to love Psalty because he is capable of resolving personal conflicts?
On the other hand, I suppose being a giant blue freak of a fucking escaped lab accident carries its own set of issues.
|themilkshark - 2011-09-07 |
|Chalkdust - 2011-09-07 |
also I hope to see good things from this 'International Registry of Godawful Superheroes' tag
|hammsangwich - 2011-09-07 |
Why is it called Psalty and not Psalmy?
|Quad9Damage - 2011-09-07 |
Was Solomon the Supersonic Salamander speaking another fucking language or something?
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-09-07 |
So many opportunities for thought control!
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