Oh look, an FAQ.
Oh look, a list of riffs.
Oh look, people redesigned his terrible characters and made them better.
There once was a furry with no respect for women. He made comics about scruffy Tiny Toons raping each other. His art became lazier and lazier. His fans lapped it up and lavished him with money.
Then the economy turned sour. He became so lazy, he hired someone else to ink his even-worse-than-before artwork. His fans stopped lavishing him with money. He became bitter. He began to make self-pitying rants about how he was turning 30 (poor baby).
Eventually even his enablist fans began to gradually notice the dreck he wrote wasn't worth wiping their asses with. They began to critique him. He threw a dramatic hissyfit and hired other people to illustrate his awful rape fantasies. Many of them quit. Yet, he fapped on.
Then, we came along.
NONE OF THIS ARTWORK IS OURS. WE DID NOT EVEN MAKE THE EDITS. WE HAVE ONLY SAVED THEM. ALL ARTWORK IS FROM GOOD OL DAVID HOPKINS. http://www.pholph.com
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harryyourshipmate said: To the Anon, thanks for the summary. Not only is David's sexism is sickening & laughable, but he missed the perfect opportunity to answer some of the questions readers of Debts had concerning its plot holes & missing details. Thebe was a story set in space (& the future, I assume), so Hopkins had his moment where he could of touched on the weight of religion with furries & aliens, other worlds, the future, the past, space travel, scientific advancement and so much more. Does it relate to Thebe?
We are not sure if Thebe is related to Jack, or if it is just a random Hopkins story about space furries.
Anonymous said: I love that redraw of page 2. It's like some kind of 80's underground comic. It could work as some kind of crazy story like the Maxx or something. Keep up the good work man.
Indeed, anonymous artist. Please do!
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Anonymous said: I like the whole Lisa is Bob's delusion angle to the story. It could work. Lisa is Bob's cannibalistic huger manifest. She is the one that talks him in to it and is always pushing him. We get the idea that in life Bob knew it was wrong and did his best (poorly) to keep his urges contained. We could also say that Lisa is female because Bob's sex drive has been perverted by his hunger for flesh. He hungers for flesh for both sex and eating.
As the riffer said, it is tropey. But so is all of Jack, so it wouldn’t have been out of place, and would certainly be better than enduring page after page of the same old “an evil woman pushed a good man to Sin” bullshit. For once, the man would have been accountable for his own actions.
The primary problem we see with this theory is that it is another case of someone with a mental health issue being sent to Hell because they were unable to get treatment. While unwelcome in its implications, though, this would still fit with the canon of the Jack universe.
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Anonymous said: Please redraw the whole WBML. Whoever that was. I loved it, it looks so much better then the real thing.
Redraws and redesigns are some of our favorite submission types.
Anonymous said: Summary: Space mission fails when the ship crashes, lone survivor survives and talks/narrates to himself until he meets a space dragon and dies. The dick-shrapnel section is a completely pointless tangent that apparently only exists to remind the reader that women are man-destroying bullshit machines unless they're making babbys.
There you go, Harry.
Anonymous said: Has any detail gone into what synth meat is made of? Are we talking tofurkey or "in vitro" lab meat? You can't force a carnivore to eat tofu and other plant-based meat substitutes, because they lack essential nutrients. Lab-grown meat WOULD be a reasonable substitute since it's literally exactly the same as "real" meat. Sounds like an arbitrary distinction to me.
No detail about synth meat has ever been released. Dave doesn’t care that much.
Anonymous said: Yes who is Lisa? Dave doesn't care because she's female! Only Bob matters he has a dick and can rape.
Count the number of times characters other than Bob speak to Lisa in this arc. We’ll do it for you: Once. Twice, if you count the woman they shove into the oven screaming for help.
And Lisa, for her part, speaks to one person other than Bob. When she does, it is with an infantile inflection and only to apologize.
Anonymous said: Would it be possible to have the 'homophobia' angle explained? Forgive me if I'm wrong, but putting aside the casual demeanor represented toward the rape of a co-worker (guy can't even bother with her/his name), having the suggestion that a straight man accidentally was pleasured by another man would be quite a shock. If a gay man found he had just been pleasured by a woman, it would similarly be a shock, and probably just as upsetting. I'd probably laugh at any of my friends in that situation.
We believe the riffer was attempting to point out that the “joke” of that page is that they have a gay coworker, and that the zebra possibly raping a gay man is supposed to be humorous to the reader.
If it were meant to be a serious scene, there would be more serious tone to it and it would not have been dropped after a single panel. The entire panel smacks of someone attempting to play a wacky trombone “Womp-womp-womp!” noise over top of the dialogue.
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