November 8, 2011

After telling me he was disappointed that we didn't sell any of those "awesome chinese porno comics where a squid or whatever fucks a tied up girl"...

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  1. I like Stewie's clear disappointment at being associated, even sartorially, with this guy.

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  2. So....Tarot?

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  3. ...and quickly go out of business.

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  4. If you stop letting creeps in the store you could sell all kind of cool, nasty webcomics. Wait...

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  5. did he really have a stewie shirt? lol

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  6. kids still go to comic book stores? DOES NOT COMPUTE.

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  7. Captain Salamander11/08/2011 11:18 AM

    It's true, kind of. After all, "could" and "would" are not the same.
    Still, I'd like this creep to meet that guy who was willing to fight anyone from way back.

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  8. You know he'd get arrested for selling porn to minors even though he wouldn't be doing it, right?

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  9. This guy is the creepist creep on the site in quite a while.

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  10. I think it's only natural that this moron wears a Family Guy shirt. You know, seeing as only morons watch Family Guy.

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  11. I like how the setup for this strip is good enough to be a strip on its own.

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  12. Another "TOOL" with a "DRINK" in the store! What the frell?

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  13. The comic store that I frequented when I was in college had one customer who ordered all that stuff through them. Didn't even live in the state anymore, but they'd order and pull his titles, bundle them up, and mail them to him every week. One of the store clerks flashed me a page without warning me what it was. I still can't forget seeing a male bat going at it with a female pixie, as she made "hurf, hurf" sounds. Maybe this is that guy, and that's why he had to order this stuff from out of state. Or maybe he was just too intimidated to walk into a new comic shop and actually present a new stranger with his pull list. Maybe it was easier to just handle that transaction long distance, so he never had to look another human in the eye and admit, "Yup, that's me. I spend enough money on this stuff that I could actually hire a hooker on a regular basis instead."

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  14. Captain Salamander11/09/2011 6:21 AM

    Yes, but would he be able to find a hooker willing to do it with a male bat while making "hurf, hurf" sounds? Hopefully, no!

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  15. Oh, yeah, "Bondage Fairies." That was awesome!

    "Y-Yeah, I don't read the stuff myself, one of the clerks was flashing customers with it! No, really! Seriously! Stop laughing! I spend MY money on hookers! I have all sorts of diseases and support organized crime!"

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  16. Captain Salamander11/09/2011 7:22 PM

    I read Bondage Fairies once or twice. Don't remember the bat, though. Maybe I just picked the wrong issue...

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  17. A dozen guys like this are better than one more person who stops looking for better stories in comics because 'comics are just for kids.'

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  18. @Captain Salamander:

    Judging by what I saw, if you picked up any single issue, you picked up the wrong issue.

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  19. Yeah, that's a Family Guy fan alright.

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  20. Stewie is hard to draw properly. Hats off to Mr. Tim!

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  21. Five bucks says Mr. Tim's response was something along the lines of, "That's exactly why we DO let little kids into the store."


    (So that they can't sell anything that'd bring in freaks like this guy...)

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