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March 25, 2005

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» Amusing from The Colossus
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» Amusing from The Colossus
It is a shame that parody sometimes provokes lawsuits, or the fear of them. Consider these rather amusing cartoons, which exist on the strangely porous border beween the worlds of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft and the Sunday comic strip, The Family Circ... [Read More]

» Amusing from The Colossus
It is a shame that parody sometimes provokes lawsuits, or the fear of them. Consider these rather amusing cartoons, which exist on the strangely porous border beween the worlds of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft and the Sunday comic strip, The Family Circ... [Read More]

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