Sunday, February 24, 2008

Episode 74 - "...and you shall accomplish what lesser men would term MIRACLES."

PCX reviews Howard the Duck V1 #3
(part 2 of 2)

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trenchcoat, you were on a role in this episode!
Rape Muppets is pretty much Meet the Feebles though.
Peter Jackson is from New Zealand, which is like Australia's Canada.

What is Quaker?

Hells yes! Alan Moore's March Of The Sinister Ducks!

I always though Howard looked like Donalsd Duck, isn't he supposed to be a parody of him?
Also, animals have the right to not wear pants!

Comics in the kitchen? That's a new level of odd.
Oh wait, no the Flash does it too.

PB and J is available over here in one tub.

Courtney

February 25, 2008 5:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://community.livejournal.com/scans_daily/5019964.html#cutid1

Courtney

February 25, 2008 7:33 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

Point by point:

New Zealand is like Canada? Ah. Not a real country at all, then. Got it.

Quakers are these weird religious nuts who think violence is bad (as opposed to, y'know, fun.) Also, one of 'em founded the city of Philadelphia which (ironically enough) is pretty much the murder capital of the US now.

Alan Moore really could have had a killer musical career if he'd applied his talents/magicks in that direction.

Howard was probably meant to stand in for Donald specifically (and "funny animals" in general) if you read his first appearance, but not so much after that. And the only people besides the Disney Corporation I can imagine forcing animals to wear pants are the equally uptight, aforementioned Quakers.

Flash is a good role model. Especially that comic where he called out Batman, saying he wasn't gonna take parenting advice from someone who'd gone through four Robins!

I'm holding out for peanut butter that tastes like jelly. When they can do that, I'll be impressed.

I like "Stoner Superman" in those scans. Hell, they should make that an ongoing series.

February 26, 2008 6:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But doesn't Donald Duck wear only a hat and a shirt?

Courtney

February 26, 2008 9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also this icon reminds me of your icon:
http://userpic.livejournal.com/39712132/4233666

Courtney

February 26, 2008 9:44 PM  
Anonymous SatanicMuffin said...

Do know whats ironic though? The most famous and decorated U.S. Marine in history, Major General Smedley Butler, was a Quaker.

February 27, 2008 3:58 PM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...

re
Quakers:

As were William Penn and Richard Nixon,David Byrne, Piers Anthony, James Dean and Edward R. Murrow.

Actually if I had to believe in something, I'd be a quaker, that is, if I had to believe in something. (perish the thought)

Interesting... I almost typed I'd be a "Quacker"

Clearly, the Duck has some powerful Quack Fu going on around here.

February 27, 2008 6:52 PM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

Courtney, I refer you to your own statement about animals having the right not to wear pants. Howard never asked to be born-- I mean, hatched bearing a superficial resemblance to Donald Duck; how dare Disney force pants on him as punishment! And that icon is...odd.

SatanicMuffin, there was actually a Quaker marine?! So much for the whole "pacifism" thing, I guess. Reminds me of Wonder Woman's whole "I'm a warrior...for peace!" deal.

February 27, 2008 9:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just watched the first episode of Garth Marenghi's Dark Place.
It blew my mind.

Strangely rnough, half of the cast is from the Mighty Boosh, so you should like that too.

Courtney

February 29, 2008 4:50 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

The best thing about Garth Marenghi's Darkplace is they apparently only made six eps/three hours of it, so one can watch the whole thing from start to finish in a single lazy afternoon. Given how funny the show is though, that's also the worst thing about it.

I'm downloading the first season (or as the Brits say, "series") of The Mighty Boosh as we speak. Half the cast was in Darkplace? I'm not surprised. BBC America has led me to believe there are only maybe a dozen or so actors in all of Britain.

March 01, 2008 11:38 AM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

PCX: The Classics Tour.

Star Wars jumped the shark when they became fucking brother and sister.

Muppet rapist.

Janice, the female musician muppet's eyes couldn't open because the cum sealed her eye lids shut.

I thought the note verified the stupidity of the villain.

And Philadelphia has a Hockey team named the Quakers.

Howard has to be easy going if he has to deal with Man-Thing and the Nexus thing.

So all ducks look the same to Disney? Marvel should have called racism.

I don't understand how Howard could say that, the kid was nowhere near past the pupa stage, what did he accomplish? Macho was more butterfly than the kid.

Hank is a biologist specializing in mutants, how far of a stretch would it be as a scientist who should understand how a body and brain works to create a mnemonics scrambler?

I had about 10 letters printed in the early 90's. Out of probably over a hundred sent in. Most I think were either jokes or praise.
I think they did printed a sarcastic one in Dark Stars.

I want more Young PCX adventures.

From what I've heard New Zealand is more like Australia's Mexico, drugs and killings.

PB & J in one jar? That's an American invention, note how lazy it is.

June 29, 2011 6:12 AM  

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