Malleus Maleficarum!
066 – Hobophobia

God made Boxcar Adam and Boxcar Eve, not Boxcar Adam and Boxcar Steve. Well, that line of fatuous reasoning would only really work if hoboes were, in fact, a lot given to a certain conservative evangelical streak. As we all know, hoboes follow a syncretistic, creolized belief system that conflates Catholic saints with different train models.

By the way, you should be aware that Steph Cherrywell‘s hilarious comic Widgey Q. Butterfluff is now available from fine Internet retail establishments on the Internet.  If you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know about this delightful comical entertainment that is sweeping the comic-reading nation, it is about the cutest little fairy…thing in all of Snugglepump Valley.  If you’re like me and remember growing up with that My Little Ponies-Care Bears-Strawberry Shortcake trifecta of late 80s schmaltziness, you are guaranteed to love this dead-on parody.  Steph has graciously let me read some of her work in advance and I say with complete confidence that it is hysterical.  So you should go order yours yesterday!

“But Agouti,” I hear you say, “that all sounds well and good, but I’m reluctant to commit to this purchase without knowing that this book contains, in addition to nigh ten* chapters of trademark-Cherrywell hilarity, an illustration by one Agouti-Rex as well.”  Well, good news, my friends! Your fears of an Agouti-free book should NOT stop you from buying this collection IMMEDIATELY because, yes, I do in fact have an illustration in it.  And you know, you know DAMN WELL, that Agouti-Rex never consents to include his illustrations in anything but the highest quality comical entertainments.  This is an endorsement you can trust.

I’ve ordered mine. Have you ordered yours? No? Well, you should get on that.  This is a purchase that I guantantee you will not regret.


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