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Ross Turner, Sam Agro, Wayne Faucher, Christopher Stroud, and Kurt Hathaway
28 pages (Winter 2008); 20.3MB downloadParody Press
; ISBN: CHIN-00124
When Phrank Hassle (aka The Pummeler) is awakened by a door-to-door salesman, it's only a minor annoyance. But, when one salesman becomes twenty, then a hundred, Phrank discovers a plot so insidious, so incredible, so stupid, it can only be traced to one man. Unavailable for over 15 years, "The Pummeler's Day Off" is a landmark in Parody Press storytelling: excessively violent and unrelentingly moronic. Step back in time and find out what passed for humor back in the 1990's. Presented in astounding black and white with little flecks of gray!
BONUS FEATURE! In 1975, Marvel Comics published Giant Size X-Men #1, giving the world to a new generation of mutants. Twenty years later, Parody Press got off their satirical butts and created the Unfunny X-Cons. In a nearly panel-by-panel send-up of the original X-Men tale, the sloths at Parody Press introduce Manshee, a cross dressing mutant with a patented sonic screech; American Indian hero Thunderturd; and the mysterious Weapon X code named Listerine!