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Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 50, 51 and 52!

Where Is Zog?

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and RentAThugComics.com (where you can buy issue #1 in print).

Where Is Zog?

Part 50 of “Where Is Zog?” (click to enlarge)

Where Is Zog?

Part 51 of “Where Is Zog?” (click to enlarge)

Where Is Zog?

Part 52 of “Where Is Zog?” (click to enlarge)

See more of Jeff’s Zoggery at where-is-zog.tumblr.com, and stop by Rent-A-Thug Comics to peruse his “Heat: The Space Age of Pro Wrestling”. Get social with him on Facebook and Twitter. Do everything we say. Submit. Do not attempt to resist our imperative sentences.

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"The Wall" by Peter Kuper, from the July 1990 issue of Heavy Metal

President-Elect Donald Trump — as Foretold in a 1990 Heavy Metal Story!

November 15, 2016 • Comics, Featured, Heavy Metal News, News, Top News

So… a Trump presidency. Citizens of a divided nation are now trying to figure out what that means and where we go from here, with quite a few (on both sides) wondering how this even happened. Did anyone really foresee a Trump presidency — and when did they foresee it? You may have heard

Where Is Zog?

Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 44, 45 and 46!

November 14, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and

Where Is Zog?

Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 41, 42 and 43!

November 7, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and

Where Is Zog?

Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 38, 39 and 40!

October 31, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and

Jack Chick

Jack Chick Died. Happy Halloween!

October 26, 2016 • Comics

In case you missed it: One of the most widely read comics artists (well, maybe) of all time died on Sunday. That man was Jack Chick, the crazy Evangelical Christian best known for “Chick Tracts.” Chick’s company claims to have printed over 800 million of the preachy comics, which

Where Is Zog?

Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 35, 36 and 37!

October 24, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and

Where Is Zog?

Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 32, 33, and 34!

October 17, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and

Where Is Zog?

Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Parts 29, 30 and 31!

October 10, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s time for three more installments of “Where Is Zog?”! For previous episodes see the “Where Is Zog?” archive. If you’re digging Zog, visit Jeff Martin’s Patreon page (where you can see Zog comics a week early), ComiXology (where you can buy issue #1) and

Doorman 4

Rave Review for “The Doorman” #4!

October 3, 2016 • Comics, Heavy Metal Comics, News

Our series The Doorman, written by Eliot Rahal and Daniel Kibblesmith, with art by Kendall Goode, has made its share of pull lists and has drawn praise from plenty of critics. It’s been a successful run, and issue #4 (the last, for now), is in stores now. We wanted to draw particular