“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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| 1965 In Harm’s Way
This series of colorful comic books is written in a cross of Olde English and Neu Deutsche.
Synopsis: A Roman Centurion named Seneca Harmenus, has a friend whose job is to survey the path for the planned Appian Way. Harmenus the Centurion bribes his friend to tell him where an “Entry/Exit” ramp is to be constructed. He purchases 600 hectacres around this site. The Appian Way is constructed and pretty green and white signs are installed. These signs state “Entry/Exit – Harm’s Way – 1 Mile.” A beleaguered Jewish trader becomes confused as he was expecting to see “כניסה / יציאה – הדרך של פגיעה – 1 מייל.” He continues round and round and round and spends the next two decades in Harms Way.
Rated: Oi Vay
| 1965 The Greatest Story Ever Told
I don’t dare say anything about this other than Juan Jain played a Centurion.
Synopsis: Don’t confuse this with “In Harm’s Way”
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