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Ring of Fantasia
The World Stops
Animals Vs Humans -:Remastered:-
Sonic Author Zone
A Question Of Character
Birthday Gift (ZackxCloud)
Life Less Ordinary
There's a little of each in all of us.
Last train to Snarkville
Master of the House
Rage Against the Mundane
What's not hot
Last train to Snarkville
May 12th, 2014
March 25, 2014.
Yes, this is the last episode of the Nazi and the Stoner. Actually there haven't been that many objections to the strip, but it's been running for nearly six years now and the joke has run its course. That, and I finally got a job at a mainstream newspaper where Nazis and Stoners are less welcome fare.
If it'll dry your tears, you may check out my strip which was published before Nazi/Stoner but never saw weblife until now,
No Light at the End of the Tunnel.
Master of the House
March 25th, 2014
March 4, 2014.
This is a gag my co-writer made up, relevant to nothing, which I wrote down, stuck in a file, and pulled out a year or so later. By then he denied ever coming up with the idea and pointed out the Nazi's girlfriend Pearl would not stand for rule #2; furthermore, rule #2 defeats any reason the Stoner would support rule #3. I said tooty frooty and went with it anyway. Cartoons have elastic logic by nature.
Latest Minnesota Nazi sighting! In the Twin Cities,
were busted holding a private party at a German restaurant. They said they were just actors honing their craft, but that didn't stop the
It's hard to say what was their state of mind. Critics noted the event was held on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, though it's not like MLK fought German Nazis. (And how did you honor MLK Day, dear reader? Watching
reruns?) More uncomfortably, it turned out the organizer has
which is taking method acting a bit far. Still, if they were real Nazis, instead of apologizing they'd holler, "YES! WE'RE REAL NAZIS!"
My main gripe: a little get-together with costumes and flags? BO-RING. Now if you bring in 80s music, S & M dancers and Mel Brooks as MC...
a Nazi party worth joining.
Rage Against the Mundane
March 3rd, 2014
Published February 11, 2104 in
It's true. This li'l Duluth shop called
honored Martin Luther King Jr. with a
"25% off everything black"
sale. Given they're in the business of peace, love and understanding, they figured they had license to indulge in a bit of irreverent but affectionate racial humor:
"Annual MLK Day BLACK SALE! He showed us that the struggle and lookin' super fly can go hand in hand. We salute him with 25% off everything black, Monday, January 20th. Much more our style than a Columbus Day sale, no?"
It's a tad cavalier, but in an era when a prime time character named Cleveland Brown is voiced by a
bald white guy
and no one blinks, it seems this wouldn't be a big deal. And so it wasn't for three years that Global Village used this promo. But in the fourth year every
within internet range dogpiled on them (mainly on their Facebook page, which you can still look up) and it turned into
Which goes to show, 1) lefties can be just as assholish as righties, especially when eating their own; 2) apparently
is funny about peace, love and understanding.
But who are we to talk? We do a comic strip about a Nazi.
What's not hot
February 11th, 2014
January 21, 2014.
Researchers of ancient vernacular may also find occasional sightings of "heewack" in
I've only read two books by Tom Wolfe. "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" is good. "Bonfire of the Vanities" is one of the worst pieces of shit to stain 20th Century literature.
January 24th, 2014
December 31, 2013.
Latest and greatest Hitler reference! The one percent is the new
culture of victimhood.
January 1st, 2014
December 10, 2013.
December 22nd, 2013
This a web exclusive, because by the time the next issue of
comes out on December 31, no one will give a rat's diddly about
anymore. Not that they should have
in the first place.
But what the heck, it's good for a few yucks.
December 10th, 2013
November 18, 2013.
Anyone who liked our pre-ObamaCare system must have a sado-masochism complex. Anyway Obama
crappy policies that didn't meet standards were grandfathered in, but then after ObamaCare passed, insurers proceeded to sell more crappy policies that they knew would be cancelled. So after Obama
bent over backwards
to accommodate insurance companies, they screwed him over. Moral of the story: agree to great compromise at your own risk.
Still it probably doesn't matter in the long run, now that ObamaCare is
Even though it's
worse than the Nazis.
Wrap it up
November 19th, 2013
October 29, 2013, just in time for Halloween.
The October shutdown
doomed the Republicans,
but oh, fickle fortune, the November ObamaCare rollout
dooms the Democrats.
(More on that in the issue on newsstands now!) Is there any sunshine in the knowledge that the public
hates the Republicans
Still we offer a far more pressing question: Who is the inspiration for Pearl Harbor, the Nazi's girlfriend? Is it
from the 1943 devil worship classic
The 7th Victim?
You're right! All three!
October 28th, 2013
October 8, 2013.
Pat Robertson brings us the latest
Our Nazi takes it as sign that Nazism has been too wimpy if it can be connected to liberalism.
October 9th, 2013
September 17, 2013. If you want the latest installment of this strip sooner and you live in the Twin Ports, you can rush out and get a copy of the paper at your local grocery, restaurant, or community center (the places that haven't banned it yet, anyway) or check Zenith's own website. The deal is we can't post content on our own websites until the current three-week issue is outdated. You might say it's a raw deal, but who else would print something with "Nazi" and "Stoner" in the title?
movement has faded, but we can't shake the feeling they're still behind the curtain,
pulling the strings.
Michele is on her way out, but her publicity machine just
As for Palin, she was politically dead & buried when we made this strip, so we can't help but wonder if by invoking her image three times, we've
summoned the demon.
And just in case you already forgot about
Talk to the hands
September 28th, 2013
A brief detour from the Bachmann-in-the-Closet storyline to bring you an important message...
We're tellin' ya, "Breaking Bad" is a ripoff of us! Who are Heisenberg and Jesse but the Nazi and the Stoner thinly disguised?
The show debuted in January 2008 while the strip first appeared in
later that year, but they musta sent spies to our studio (namely our heads). If the NSA can do it, AMC sure as heck can.
Most likely, we're both just ripoffs of
Pinky and the Brain.
Just so you know. Otherwise that's all we're pitching in to
(Yeah, we watched it. We hated it but we watched it.)
The real thing
September 16th, 2013
August 27, 2013. By the way, this story arc began
As I drew this I wondered why I was bringing up Ms. Bachmann at all, considering she is
But it turned out to be prescient (or maybe predictable) that she would get herself
back in the news.
the lowdown on her corn dog snapshot.
The Nazi has
this bumper sticker
on his Volkswagon! Why don't you?
Michele, my belle
August 24th, 2013
August 6, 2013.
The courtrooms in those TV court shows are just stages, the judges aren't real (Marilyn Milian used to be, but she retired before becoming a tv judge), and the decisions
are not legally binding.
No telling how many cases are
but just once I'd like see someone tell off one those arrogant showbiz magistrates instead of the other way round. It's not like they can jail you for contempt.
Where's the beef?
August 8th, 2013
July 16, 2013.
The judge recites a famous Hitler quote in frame 4. I'll buy a Pilsner for the first one to figure it out.
Friends, Nazis, what's the difference?
July 14th, 2013
June 25, 2013.
bodacious Hitler sighting
occurs in Bangkok, a hotbed of
Kentucky Fried Chicken is upset that a business has parodied Colonel Sanders by replacing his head with that of Der Fuhrer, but most chickens out there think it's highly appropriate.
How I Met My Mother
June 28th, 2013
June 4, 2013.
This strip partly relies on readers remembering, if they saw it at all,
It's been a while since I've seen it, but I don't remember that many repeat shots of the dog.
June 4th, 2013
May 14, 2013.
This has been
and better, but it's been what, 30 years?
May 14th, 2013
April 23, 2013.
My co-author was getting irked about me tinkering with his scripts, so he insisted I do this one verbatim. Later I asked him, "What are you saying? That BB guns SHOULD be registered?" He replied, quoting John Lennon, "It means whatever you want it to."
NEXT script I'm tinkering with. (What the heck, my solo ideas get pretty obscure too.)
As for gun control legislation...
And now, our favorite
latest Hitler sighting.
The truth is there is no truth
April 23rd, 2013
April 2, 2013.
At the time of this episode, my co-author was homeless and crashed on my couch (a phenomenon that recurs roughly every two years) and involved in an epic
marathon, from which he had to be grumpily interrupted to pen this.
For a reasonable primer on religion, check out the first adventure of
Jesus Christ: In the Name of the Gun,
in which the slacker Son o' God, weary of sitting around watching "Lost," goes back in time to kill Hitler. Somehow werewolves, Hemingway, and incontinence are involved.
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