By Nathan Olsen & Robert Olsen

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  1. Damn, there’s a lot going on in this picture! I think this is, artistically, one of my favorites. Because it’s not broken down into separate panels, it seems more…epic, I guess. And any picture of a hot devil girl and a guy vomiting a whole hoard of locusts, well…that’s just the cat’s pajamas!


  2. This is beyond the typical scope of a sequential cartoon, even ones as macombe and morbid as yours. This…this…is an illustrated horror masterpiece. One does not skim across it to grasp a simple punchline, but look upon it in true unholy awe. And each moment’s lingering viewing draws one deeper and deeper into the dark mystery that this sorceror has unleashed upon his captive audience, for what hideous reason…we dare not consider.

    • Wow. That’s quite a compliment. Thanks! But you know, if you keep examining all these comics with this kind of attention to detail, you’re going to start seeing things that aren’t there. Like hidden Masonic symbols. Because there are definitely none of those scattered through the comics and they definitely don’t communicate messages to the hidden shadow government that secretly rules the world from its hidden underground base in Antarctica. I mean, that would just be crazy.

      Just saying.

      • Ah HA! I knew it! You are only saying that to make me THINK there is nothing deeper going on in these humorscapes. But I will NOT be fooled. We all KNOW there are numerous subliminal images and cymbals hidden ALL though this repugnant series. And those insideous lines of poetic VOODOO, worming their way into our minds. I SUSPECTED these were secret messages from a shadow conspiratorial glacial society, but YOUR denials now only serve to CONFIRM my suspicions…ooooh, it’s all so HIDEOUS, I tell you, hideous.

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Haiku Comics often pokes fun at the horror film genre and may contain humorous drawings of nudity and violence not suitable for children or the workplace.