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Not to be confused with All Men Are Perverts and All Women Are Lustful, both of which, naturally, show up as tropes within this particular comic.Horndog is a Funny AnimalStoner comic created by Isaac M. Baranoff and published by Horndog Studios. The main character, Bob, is a "canine tomcat", a literal personification of the term "horndog".Most of the storylines focus on his attempts to acquire marijuana, sex or both. Storylines have focused variously on topics ranging from real-life based topics, including relationships, politics and racism, to more surreal subject matter, including Zombies and Alien Abduction. Baranoff, who is of Russian, Irish, Scottish, Black African, Spanish and Native American origin, partly wrote it as a Beast Fable about individualism, free love, interracial romance and libertarianism.Created in 2003, Horndog was the first underground comic to produce a webcomic spinoff (in 2009). Horndog has been criticized for what some readers perceive as Vulgar Humor, because of its high level of profanity and (initially) nudity (which has been toned down over the years).The comic's creator identifies the series as a "Funny Aminal" comic, instead of using the terms Funny Animal or Furry. Its fans are known as "Horndogs".Web edition can be read here.
Beast Fable: Black cats are identified as being African-American.
Black Best Friend: Subverted; in addition to the fact that Bob actually dates a black woman (Charlene), Bob's best friend, Leonard, is portrayed realistically and with fully developed characterization.
Carnivore Confusion: Tommy, a rat, and Leonard, a cat, engage in a conversation about Tommy's fear of being eaten. Also, a recent storyline involves Charlene becoming romantically involved with a Jewish lesbian mouse, which gives new meaning to the phrase "eating pussy".
Bob almost beat up a clerk because he thought the clerk called Charlene a nigger. The clerk actually said niggler (which has a quite different meaning). Even Charlene noticed it. Bob later noted that the similarity of the two words gave away some Unfortunate Implications.
Politics: Alex Jones and Bill O'Reilly have gotten a couple of these. Not to mention, Herman Cain, Barack Obama, Sarah Palin...
Averted when Baranoff almost put up a comic making fun of Michael Moore, but took it down, not because he felt Moore was undeserving of satire, but because he felt he was coming down on the left too much and decided to switch it up and make fun of a right-wing figure, Sarah Palin.
Music: Otep, Murder by Death and Tila Tequila are all the subject of mockery.
They Killed Kenny: Freddy commits suicide, returns as a zombie, is killed by Bob, and is reincarnated as a teenage boy, only to once again be killed by a chupacabra. Then he reappears wihout explanation during the New Year's storyline solely for the purpose of being killed by a Stepford SmilingAx-CrazyLemming.