Alastair: This guest strip was kindly donated by Famous Political Cartoonist JJ McCullough from Filibuster Cartoons. He might not be familiar with the Crap Comic series’ story, author, art style, or even its basic concept, but I’m sure we can all agree he’s captured its essence perfectly. Thanks, JJ!
When Aussie Ben began his Crap Comic series – nay, confronting sequence of contemporary masterpii – he gazed up at the glow-in-the-dark Glow Zone stars on his bedroom ceiling and said: “Some day, world. Some day, I’m going to make it big”.
And here he is, two years later, producing guest comics for the finest names in the business: Penny Arcade. PVP. VG Cats. Calvin & Hobbes. Garfield. Batman. The list goes on and on. In hindsight, though, he probably should have asked for their permission first.
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JJ McCullough‘s political webcomic Filibuster Cartoons (which is well-regarded as an informed and humorous source of conservative commentary) requested a guest strip from his friend Scott McQuaig, artist for The Rubber Chicken (which is… not).
The following scathing satire ensued.
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