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New on “Where Is Zog?”, a Weekly Web Comic!

Where Is Zog

Introducing a new weekly web comic: “Where Is Zog?” by Jeff Martin! This sci-fi misadventure follows Grum and Zill, strangers on a strange planet, on their quest to find… wait for it… Zog. See more of Jeff’s Zoggery at, 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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Where is Zog page 1 by Jeff Martin

Where is Zog page 1 by Jeff Martin

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