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Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Part 18: “Fin”

Where Is Zog?

It’s part 18 of “Where Is Zog?” For previous parts 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 18 of “Where Is Zog?” (click to enlarge)

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It’s part 17 of “Where Is Zog?” For previous parts 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

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May 13, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s part 16 of “Where Is Zog?” For previous parts 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

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It’s part 15 of “Where Is Zog?” For previous parts 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

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All This and Much, Much (Grant) Morrison: Heavy Metal 280 Previewed!

May 3, 2016 • Comics, Heavy Metal News, News, Previews, Top News

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Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Part 14: “Hall of Ancient Pratfalls”

April 29, 2016 • Comics, News

It’s part 14 of “Where Is Zog?” For previous parts 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

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Bukowski Quotes Meet Pop Art in Butcher Billy Series

April 26, 2016 • Artwork, Books, Comics, News

Check out these kickass mashups of Charles Bukowski and pop art, from the mind of Brazil-based designer Butcher Billy. (And when we say “pop art” we do indeed mean Roy Lichtenstein, an artist who is, ah, problematic in the context of the comics world and culture. These pieces, while in

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Rest in Peace Prince, Comics Star Who Also Played Music

April 22, 2016 • Comics, Music, News

Was Prince, the pop star and musical visionary who died yesterday at the age of 57, a comic book guy? On first glance, maybe not—he wasn’t one of those musicians who writes them (like Gerard Way, Rob Zombie, Doughty et al.), and while his onstage persona was larger-than-life and colorful

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Jeff Martin’s “Where Is Zog?” Part 13: “Barbarian Rules”

April 21, 2016 • Comics, News

We’ve reached part 13 of “Where Is Zog?” For previous parts 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

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April 8, 2016 • Comics, News, Top News

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