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

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

Where Is Zog?

Part 36 of “Where Is Zog?” (click to enlarge)

Where Is Zog?

Part 37 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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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

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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

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October 3, 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

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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

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