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

23rd July 2014

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23rd July 2014

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Anonymous said: TVTropes raises an interesting question: if Musical Holes is just that terrible, why don't the guys at the end just 69 each other once the women are gone? In fact, why don't they do that from the start? By the rules presented, a daisy chain of mutually-beneficial gay sex couldn't possibly lose.

Why didn’t this happen? Because Dave could barely tolerate the idea of men raping men long enough to draw it out for two pages. Notice how once the men have to rape other men, suddenly it becomes tragic and difficult and the crowd isn’t into it.

Dave’s pretty transparent in his “Rape is totally hot, but no homo!” rhetoric.

23rd July 2014

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Anonymous said: Awww I feel like the riffer missed an opportunity to point out Sepka's two left feet. Golf claps for you, Dave.

Good god, you’re right. She must be hell to take dancing.

23rd July 2014

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Anonymous said: We get it Dave. We're all mean for criticizing you. You don't need to make a big comic about it. On second thought go ahead and do it, it'll give everyone more ammo to criticize you with.

It wouldn’t be his first. He devoted an entire conversation in his “Superman” comic to whining about Kate indirectly.

23rd July 2014

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Anonymous said: To the anon complaining about the Riff content, even if there are a lot more Tumblr references in the latest riff (again, it's called "Nice Guy Bob" so this shouldn't be a surprise anyways) they're still picking apart Dave's bullshit. The dude made Bob into a painfully transparent "Nice Guy" and made the rest of the arc play out like a stereotypical MRA commissioned it. The jokes basically wrote themselves.

Pretty much. Even if tumblr were not the audience for Kate, the MRA bullshit is still well worth mocking.

23rd July 2014

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The Continuing Magical Adventures of Lita!

http://i.imgur.com/LspKmAS.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/kBOydKD.jpg

Recent events have inspired me to send in more drawings of Lita doing ridiculous things for some reason.

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21st July 2014

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21st July 2014

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Anonymous said: Swift here. And by Jove, I think I have found it... the cartoon that probably inspired Dave to draw his Jack(less) comic! I am speaking of the nineties show The Legends of Treasure Island. A pretty good UK cartoon actually, where the characters were replaced by tiny toons-style anthro animals. Despite the style, it has quite mature elements - people actually die - and a lot of mysticism and occult stuff. In Season 2, Silver actually goes to HELL! (continued).

 In fact, check out the design for Blind Pew, the flowing cloak, the glowing eyes… And in one episode they encounter a ghostly keeper that is a dead-ringer for Kane.

Heck, it even sort of follows Jack universe rules, because sometimes they find HUMAN skeletons, and the Devil is a human-like fat guy, too. (Oh yeah, he is there, and he makes a deal with Long John Silver). Of course, the only lesson Dave missed was how Jane is such a strong protagonist in this show.

Also, the series is full of weiiiird psychedelic stuff that often comes out of nowhere without explanation - much like Dave’s work. S1E06, “The Cave of Babel” features a random pirate we never saw before (or again) who looks EXACTLY like the Tiny Toons Sylvester the Cat, wander into the cave where he suddenly starts floating - and finds this enjoyable, accompanied by the creepy laugh of children. And then… he starts morphing into Picasso paintings and becomes a stalactite. ?!?

We can’t say with any certainty that Dave had access to this show, but it does seem like the kind of thing that would have been talked about in furry communities circa 1990, and it seems like even second hand information about it might have had an influence.

21st July 2014

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Anonymous said: As much as I hate to defend the comic, I'm pretty sure Sepka is never confirmed to be a child molester. In "Games we play in hell" Silverblue says "I had a babysitter that felt under my skirt. I thought you were her. I was wrong." Judging by how Sepka's eyes were opened in "sever the hunger", she was probably damned for suicide and self-harming. (which is bullshit obv)

You bring a valid point, but also raise a question.

Hopkins introduced Sepka by suggesting she reminded someone of a child molester. Why didn’t he then tell us who she really was? All we know about her is that she had a penchant for self harm, and now she hangs around with Lita. She is a non-person, and so her defining moments of character are:

  1. Reminded Silverblue of an abuser
  2. Wanted to die

Why, exactly, did she remind Silverblue of an abuser? Without explaining anything about Sepka or Silverblue’s past, we’re left to wonder. Was she physically similar? Did she behave similarly? You can’t just toss out that someone reminds a central character of a sex offender, and then brush it off as if it were inconsequential, Dave.

21st July 2014

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Anonymous said: What do you think are the top 5 most offensive arcs in jack?

In no particular order, this individual archiver picks:

  1. Terrorist Muslim Bird Bomber Arc
  2. Megan’s Run, with its “Strong Female Lead”
  3. Musical Holes 
  4. Sue Deer’s roadtrip through Heaven’s Rapist Alley
  5. Drip’s backstory