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Old 04-05-16, 11:23 PM   #1
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Milk and Cheese

I just inherited a set of comics called Milk and Cheese. Never heard of them. They're sealed in plastic and I don't want to open them unless they might be something I will enjoy. Can anyone tell me anything about them?
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They are hilarious, some of the funniest comics I've ever read. You can probably Google some sample pages, lots of short and even one page gags. Evan Dorkin has done lots of other comic work so you might be familiar with him.
They're horrible, you'll hate them. Send them to me.
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Trevor, are they difficult to find?
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They're cute as hell!
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Trevor, are they difficult to find?
I don't think so, although they went thru many printings, like up to six or so on some issues, so first printings of at least the first issue are priced high. But most can be found in dollar bins or for cover price or less.

Really funny stuff, although the humor may be a love it or hate it type.
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They are hilarious, some of the funniest comics I've ever read. You can probably Google some sample pages, lots of short and even one page gags. Evan Dorkin has done lots of other comic work so you might be familiar with him.
They're horrible, you'll hate them. Send them to me.


I haven't read mine since college. I should dig 'em up and see what I think about them now.
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I just inherited a set of comics called Milk and Cheese. Never heard of them. They're sealed in plastic and I don't want to open them unless they might be something I will enjoy. Can anyone tell me anything about them?
They were independent comics made with a distinct sense of humor. Some enjoyed it, others didn't.

Googling some stray pages or issues would probably give you a good idea of what to expect.
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I haven't read mine since college. I should dig 'em up and see what I think about them now.
I've been putting off re-reading them way too long as well. Somebody remind me in November and I'll add them my humor challenge reading.
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Old 04-08-16, 12:14 AM   #9
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Thanks everyone. I think I'll enjoy them.
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Old 11-02-18, 04:26 PM   #10
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Thanks everyone. I think I'll enjoy them.
So how’d it go?

I’m digging my collection out for this month’s Comedy Comic Challenge.
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Gin makes a man mean!!!

Booze up and riot!!!!


Love M&C.
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