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The Comic Book Fools of April – Pornographic Coloring Books!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at a series of pages from Tales Designed to Thrizzle #3, by Michael Kupperman – pornographic coloring books (surprisingly, the following pages really aren’t too not safe for work)!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Aunt May, Herald of Galactus!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at a suggestion from reader Lee S., who wished to see the Mike Carlin, Greg LaRocque and Mike Esposito tale of Aunt May and Franklin Richards teaming up to stop Galactus in the pages of Marvel Team-Up (issue #137, to be precise)…

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The Comic Book Fools of April – The Justice League Goes to French Class

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at the time that a bunch of members of Justice League Europe ended up in the same French class as the Injustice League! Hilarity courtesy of writers Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis and artists Bart Sears and Pablo Marcos…

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Kill All Parents!!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Mark Andrew Smith and Marcelo Di Chiara’s take on the odd similarities between the origins of superheroes regarding the relative health (or lack thereof) their parents in an amusing one-shot titled KILL ALL PARENTS!!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – The Avengers, M.O.D.O.C. Style!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Jeff Parker, Juan Santacruz and Raul Fernandez’s classic issue of Marvel Adventures: Avengers #9, where the Avengers all became Mental Organisms Designed Only for Conquest!!!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Kafka, Charlie Brown Style!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at R. Sikoryak’s Masterpiece Comics, where he tells a classic story from literature done in the style of a famous comic book or comic strip. Specifically, we’ll take a look at Kafka’s The Metamorphosis, told in the style of Charles Schulz…

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The Comic Book Fools of April – The Adventures of the Rifle Brigade

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Garth Ennis and Carlos Ezquerra’s Adventures in the Rifle Brigade.

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The Comic Book Fools of April – The Heckler

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Keith Giffen, Tom and Mary Bierbaum and Malcolm Jones’ short-lived, but hilarious Heckler series!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Deadpool Time Travels Into an Old Issue of Spider-Man

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Joe Kelly and Pete Woods’ classic issue of Deadpool (#11 of the first series) where Deadpool travels through time…right into an old Lee/Romita issue of Amazing Spider-Man!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Keith Giffen’s PunX

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Keith Giffen’s ill-fated PunX series for Valiant, which was written and drawn by Giffen, inked by Claude St. Aubin and colored by Lovern Kindzierski

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Impulse’s First Day of School

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Bart Allen’s first day of school, from Impulse #3, by Mark Waid, Humberto Ramos and Wayne Faucher…

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Afrodisiac Versus Hercules!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at the Afrodisiac original graphic novel from last year, by Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca, specifically the fight between Afrodisiac and Hercules!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Deadpool vs. Vampires!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at a recent two-part Deadpool “tie-in” to the X-Men versus Vampires storyline, Curse of the Mutants, written by Daniel Way with artwork by Bong Dazo and Jose Pimentel.

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Pagus!

Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

Today we look at Michael Kupperman’s Tales Designed to Thrizzle #1. The problem was picking the funniest bit from this great issue, which had a number of awesome one-page jokes. I’ve decided on Pagus.

NOTE: The following comic contain blasphemy! Be forewarned! It also contain hilarity! Be forewarned!

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The Comic Book Fools of April – Achewood & Williams-Sonoma

Welcome to April’s month-long feature. Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I’ll see if I can’t feature some of them this month, as well!

We begin the month with a long story arc from Chris Onstad’s Achewood in July 2009, that begins with the observation by Ray that the same audience who buys products from Williams-Sonoma (the retail company that sells high-end kitchenware and houseware products) are also likely the same audience for another product, and perhaps some cross-marketing opportunities are available.

NOTE: The following comics contain profanity! Be forewarned! They also contain hilarity! Be forewarned!

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