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Constant Companion

Constant Companion

198 by Howie Noel I will admit right up front: I’ve never watched Doctor Who. As a kid, it used to come on in the afternoon right after Transformers and the opening terrified me. So generally speaking, I avoided the doctor until this explosion of Who popularity caught me off guard a few years ago. And its everywhere! Suddenly, every website, message board and convention is awash with Dr. I can admit, the idea of the show is brilliant. I suppose one day I will get into the newer Doctor Who series (the English girl in my employ at The 4th Wall is very insistent) but for now, I will simply feign outrage that a Yankee is putting words in the Doctor’s mouth. “The Shame!” And so on. Today’s page has been brought to us Dalek-free by Howie Noel: Howie Noel is the writer and artist of the online comic Tara Normal, which also appears in every issue of TAPS Paramagazine, the official magazine of the crew from TV’s Ghost Hunters. -Moss

201 by Mohammad F. Haque Be All You Can Be Moss — October 11th, 2011 Before we begin, i want to mention that Sohmer, Lar, Rich and the boys, as well as several Gutters artists (past, present and future) will be attending New York Comicon this coming weekend. The guys will have all the Gutters books, mousepads, lanyards and laughs that you can shake a stick at over at the Blind Ferret Booth, which is #1821. I would also like to say for the record that I am in no way jealous that they are attending NYCC in beautiful New York City and I would encourage every last one of you to stop by the booth kick them in the shins– er, stop by for a hug and a chat. So, if you’re there be sure and enjoy yourself twice as hard for me! Now, on to other matters. There is no one in the world that likes some good cosplay more than I. When it comes to Pheonix Jones and other “real life” superheroes however… all I can feel is a signifcant amount of worry. Seriously guys, I’m begging you. /Plea Hawk, more formally known as Mohammad F. -Moss

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25 Great Calvin and Hobbes Strips. Why Bill Watterson is our hero. We've re-launched Progressive Boink, friends! Our new front page is here. Hope you enjoy. Hundreds of comic strips have been published in newspapers. And it's really a shame that it's so difficult to quantify this strip's greatness. Calvin and Hobbes ran from 1985 to 1995. "Virtue needs some cheaper thrills." © Universal Press Syndicate Calvin is an unbelievably intelligent six-year-old. It's kind of refreshing to see a strip that doesn't feel the need to have an uplifting message, or feel like it needs to point out that it's mean to whack an innocent person upside the dome with a snowball. - Jon "He's one of the old gods! One of the top classic Calvin strips. - Bill "You've taught me nothing except how to cynically manipulate the system." Pretty much the voice of Bill Watterson dictating the current state of our school systems. - Nick "We prefer your extinction to the loss of our job." Hobbes' bizarre reply is the icing on the cake. - Jon "It's psychosomatic.