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December 21, 2002 11:24 AM   Subscribe

Have you hugged a psycho killer today? Possibly the best black humour on the whole of the Internet! Jason meets Dilbert... kinda
posted by DrDoberman (15 comments total)

 
Yeah? Well yo mama so ...

Oh, that kind of black humor.
posted by Stan Chin at 11:41 AM on December 21, 2002


wow - it tool me a while to find those little circled arrows to see other frames...
posted by folktrash at 12:23 PM on December 21, 2002


Have you hugged YOUR friendly neighboorhood serial killer today?
posted by Veritron at 12:27 PM on December 21, 2002


Cute. For more serial killer humor, see The Lotion and the Basket, by Pamie and Stee. It's the online journal of Jame "Buffalo Bill" Gumb, the fictional killer from "Silence of the Lambs," and it's very, very funny (and, sadly, no longer updated).
posted by amarynth at 1:25 PM on December 21, 2002


Um, doesn't the term "black humor" imply that something is, in someway or another, humorous?

These cartoons are boring, at best.
posted by Ayn Marx at 3:49 PM on December 21, 2002


Possibly the most hyperbolic comment on the whole of Earth!

Not even a yawn...
posted by spotmeter at 4:15 PM on December 21, 2002


i thought this series was fantastic.
posted by folktrash at 4:41 PM on December 21, 2002


Pathetic.
posted by michaelonfs at 4:44 PM on December 21, 2002


made me laugh
posted by inpHilltr8r at 5:10 PM on December 21, 2002


jeez, it's harsh out today.
thanks DrDoberman, i've been slowly going through all of them, giggling to myself from time to time.
nice find.
posted by dolface at 5:48 PM on December 21, 2002


who can't like this, i mean COME ON.
posted by folktrash at 8:07 PM on December 21, 2002


lest we forget
posted by folktrash at 8:11 PM on December 21, 2002


I happen to be the very proud owner of the original artwork for this strip, which I purchased from Lee several months ago. At the time I asked him about buying the original, he was a bit surprised -- he had sold some sketches and things, but never any of his original strips. I actually had to talk him up in price because he valued himself much too little in my opinion. It looks great on my wall right next to my framed guillotine.
posted by Lokheed at 8:57 PM on December 21, 2002


I love this strip in general.

I mentioned it about a month or so ago (and someone showed me it wasn't lost!) in the big comics thread.

Chopping block rocks.

There is also, now dead, parking lot is full
posted by filmgeek at 11:05 PM on December 21, 2002


In general, I thought they were fun. I don't know about the being the "best," since that's just asking for someone to tell you wrong, but they were fun and I enjoyed them.

Lokheed, how much did you end up paying for one and how did you contact him? You can e-mail me (it's in my profile) if you don't want to post it up here. I'd just be curious to know; the idea never occurred to me.
posted by The God Complex at 1:26 AM on December 22, 2002


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