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15th Nov '15 11:36:35 AM nombretomado
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Both Josie's and Ed's bodies are stolen by sewer-dwelling pygmies, who planned to eat them. However, it is discovered that the head of a miniature RonaldReagan has become attached to Ed's body, namely, to his [[spoiler:penis]]. This is enough to cause the pygmies to pause [[spoiler:as they consider this a sign from their penis god]], and Ed, Ronald Reagan, and Josie are able to escape into even weirder adventures...
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Both Josie's and Ed's bodies are stolen by sewer-dwelling pygmies, who planned to eat them. However, it is discovered that the head of a miniature RonaldReagan UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan has become attached to Ed's body, namely, to his [[spoiler:penis]]. This is enough to cause the pygmies to pause [[spoiler:as they consider this a sign from their penis god]], and Ed, Ronald Reagan, and Josie are able to escape into even weirder adventures...

* CanadaEh: Set there (hence the RCMP functioning as TheMenInBlack of the story). RonaldReagan was initially intended to be NDP party leader Ed Broadbent, until it was decided that Broadbent was too obscure a person for the comic's intended U.S. audience.
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* CanadaEh: Set there (hence the RCMP functioning as TheMenInBlack of the story). RonaldReagan UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan was initially intended to be NDP party leader Ed Broadbent, until it was decided that Broadbent was too obscure a person for the comic's intended U.S. audience.
7th Jun '13 9:15:50 PM DavidLev
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''Ed the Happy Clown'' is a Canadian underground comic by Chester Brown, originally published in his comics series ''Yummy Fur,'' first as self-published minicomics from 1983 to 1985, then published through Vortex Comics from 1986 to 1989. It was entirely improvised by Brown as he went along, creating a strange and surreal story that goes through several bizarre twists and turns. This also means that at times it is shockingly vulgar, so the grosser bits will be spoilered out in order to preserve [[{{family friendl|y}}iness.
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''Ed the Happy Clown'' is a Canadian underground comic by Chester Brown, originally published in his comics series ''Yummy Fur,'' first as self-published minicomics from 1983 to 1985, then published through Vortex Comics from 1986 to 1989. It was entirely improvised by Brown as he went along, creating a strange and surreal story that goes through several bizarre twists and turns. This also means that at times it is shockingly vulgar, so the grosser bits will be spoilered out in order to preserve [[{{family {{family friendl|y}}iness.
7th Jun '13 9:15:24 PM DavidLev
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* RefugeInVulgarity: Quite a lot of the comic, particularly [[spoiler the man who can't stop pooping]]. * TakeThat: Surprisingly, Ronald Reagan's head stuck to Ed's [[spoiler: penis]] wasn't actually intended to be this, at least not exactly. As noted above, Brown was initially planning on putting left-wing politician Ed Broadbent (who he felt was an arrogant blowhard) into the role, but eventually decided Broadbent was too obscure a person even for Canadians. Brown in his notes remarks that he had only the dimmest idea of politics at the time, and knew next to little about Reagan except that he was conservative (and so, Brown assumed, opposed to pornography and vulgar works of art such as his own).
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* RefugeInVulgarity: Quite a lot of the comic, particularly [[spoiler [[spoiler: the man who can't stop pooping]]. * TakeThat: Surprisingly, Ronald Reagan's head stuck to Ed's [[spoiler: penis]] wasn't actually intended to be this, at least not exactly. As noted above, Brown was initially planning on putting left-wing Canadian politician Ed Broadbent (who he felt was an arrogant blowhard) into the role, but eventually decided Broadbent was too obscure a person politician even for Canadians.Canadians to appreciate. Brown in his notes remarks that he had only the dimmest idea of politics at the time, and knew next to little about Reagan except that he was conservative (and so, Brown assumed, opposed to pornography and vulgar works of art such as his own).
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