“Never stay up on the barren heights of cleverness, but come down into the green valleys of silliness.”
In our previous episodes we left Juan Jain, born in North Norwich, NY, as the lead character in the comic book series “Captains of Nihilism.”
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| 1953 Three Lives (short) Public Service Pamphlet
With everybody so sensitive about everything these days do you really think I am going to poke fun at a Public Service Pamphet?
JOSE HOSE B !
By the way – – – did you hear the one about the latino – – – – – who’s that – – – – – ?
Who is there? Show yourself! I know there is someone there!
AAAaaaagghh. Gasp, gasp, – – – – –
| 1953 Trouble Along the Way
This comic book series serves as an introduction to space travel. It claims to be the inspiration for “2001: A Space Odessy.” This has repeatedly been refuted by Stash Kubrinsky; much to the consternation of Juan Jain.
Synopsis: Our superhero finds himself in the middle of the Milky Way and in deep doo-doo. It appears as though he has stepped out of his space ship to relieve himself against a black monolith. The monolith gets really pissed (double entendre unintended) and gives our superhero the thrashing of his life. The series continues on, for some time, while our superhero attempts to talk his way out of the situation.
| 1954 The High and the Mighty
This series of comics deals with very tall and very strong people.
Synopsis: Ego and muscle control the universe.
(not to be confused with Genshai)
Don’t forget to come back tomorrow so we can continue with the serious work of defining our superhero’s work and ‘Captains of whatever the hell I said above.’