Nuzzle returns with his first 4-panel comic strip in a long time. There’s no reason for Nuzzle to ever straighten out his life as long as there’s laugh to be had. Nuzzle is probably my most consistently irresponsible character. It’s really bad that I make jokes about a heroin junkie – but in Underworld anything
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So an English teacher named John walks into a bar…in downtown Daejeon, South Korea. He was pretty surprised to see Underworld characters on the bathroom doors of a bar in Korea. He was pretty amused even if none of his friends knew what he was talking about. Plus, he got a lot of strange looks from the other patrons snapping photos of the bathroom doors. Holy fucking shit! That is amazing! I’m am so proud to be on the bathroom doors of that bar in Korea! John, thank you so very much for taking those photos and sending them to me. You can’t imagine how happy it made me (well, you CAN because you sent them)! What’s the name of the bar? Who owns it? And how in creation did my images (and my signature) wind up there? You made me and my wife laugh our asses off! I showed the pix to people around the Cartoon Network and everyone got a kick out of them (as well as being jealous)! Sometimes I get a bit down wondering if my little comic makes any kind of impression on the world. You have reaffirmed my commitment to Underworld. Bless you, John!’ Kaz
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Here’s a classic-style 4-panel Underworld strip starring Snuff and Creep Rat. A completely silly and magical situation that’s a little rude the way I like it. This would work great animated – hell, it could even be done live action. If Buster Keaton had worked blue, and I was gag writing for him, I would
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