In the 1980s a bunch of underground cartoonists parodied a popular doll. The resulting commercial product tapped into the international kid zeitgeist. That young generation felt that this product spoke to the revulsion they had for the corporate pop culture that was being fed to them.
Aaron J. Booton,
Shannon Whisnant purchased a grill at an auction. Inside the grill was an amputated leg. What follows is a story centered on the enterprising Whisnant and John Wood, the man whose leg wound up in the grill due to an odd chain of events.
Lucy Winston is given a job by her brother, Andre at the William Penn Academy. Her brother is in a power struggle with the energetic Coach Mellor, while Lucy is trying to deal with her kids adjusting to their new school.
On Jake's first day of work at the comic book store he finds out that he has entered a strange new world where anything is possible. He becomes embroiled in a power struggle of comic book proportions as he tries to keep his job and make it through the day. New friends and enemies among his new co-workers help him find his place in a powerful new world, on the most powerful day of the week, New Comic Day. Written by