Saturday, May 31, 2008

KILL by the Book, DIE by the Book




17 comments:

Rebel Radius said...

Absolutely superb.

The shadow effect is tremendous.

Joe Maurone said...

I think this one may be my favorite yet.

Godfrey of Utah said...

There is no stopping Pigman! (Or you for that matter.) I was immediately reminded of what the brave Geert Wilders called the Koran (or at least half of it, if I am not mistaken). "A facist book!" Excellent way to kill the real facists.

Mike Thompson said...

That's definitely gotta hurt! I had a phone book fall on my head once, and man did that sting! I'd hate to be intentionally bludgeoned by one. Great silhouette, too.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Thanks to all, always appreciate the thoughts and compliments. Gotta say, this one cuts to the bone, literally and figuratively.

Damien said...

Bosch,

You know I hate to spoil your fun, but could you really bludgeon someone death with a book? I have some what of a hard time imagining someone being able to literally use a book as weapon.

phuckie slum said...

Wow, one of the best and most original ideas put to paper, ever.

LOL! So witty...

I'm so fucking tired of the unbelievable idiocy leftists believe in and think they know, I can't ever get used to it. Ignoring lies and virulent idiocy is too damn painful. This drawing has seriously cheered the hell out of me.

phuckie slum said...

damien,

I think you ought to carefully draw the line between constructive criticism and what's else.

It's comics. Batman can throw uppercuts that launches villains twice his size into great heights. It's not hard to believe.

This drawing and the lines that accompany it fit pigman amazingly well. It's powerful, hilarious and incredibly just.

Mike Thompson said...

Damien, it's not the book, but the force behind it. Any object thrown hard enough or backed by enough force can hurt or kill. Paper is wood, and wood is hard. Ever pick up a ream of copy paper? How about a hardback textbook? There's some serious weight there. Aim the blow just right to the top of the head, and you have a concussion or worse. I think you are being too literal in this case.

Damien said...

Mike Thompson,

You said,
"Damien, it's not the book, but the force behind it. Any object thrown hard enough or backed by enough force can hurt or kill. Paper is wood, and wood is hard."

I never thought of that, maybe it is a hard cover.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Phuckie Slum,

I'm with you, my friend, and my posts are all 'inspired' by some of what you cited regarding the world we're living in, where it seems that only flat out fools are given a voice in mainstream culture. It does get to be too much at times, but as you know, we have to ignore it as best we can and keeping telling the truth over and over again, each in our own way. Glad you got such a good kick out of it, thanks.

And Damien, both Phuckie Slum and Mike both put it as good as I could have regarding the use of the Koran as a perfect weapon against those who follow its killer words. And it most definitely is a hardcover copy as you can see by the thick rim off of the cover/back cover. If you still have any doubt, I suggest grabbing a hardcover book with a nice size to it, my copy of the Koran's just over 400 pages, and tap it on your head to get a pretty good idea of how lethal it could be in the hands of Pigman.

Jon_Stewart said...

Bosch:

If you Islamophobes are looking for proof that Islam means peace, then look no further:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj2E7ygtzcs

I can't believe you right-wing nuts are so fearful of that trendy scarf that Rachel Ray was wearing in the Dunkin' Donuts ad. Come on people, it was a SCARF! You don't really think that articles of clothing have political meanings, do you? I mean aside from Klansmen hoods and swastika armbands, of course.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Re; the Kaffiya and it's shoehorning into the mainstream of Western culture, here's what I wrote of it on another forum on a topic on it began by our very own Rebel Radius, who sees it for what it is, though there where a few who dismissed this insidiousness:

This type of scarf has been made famous by Muslim terrorists, so the connotation should be enough for us to stay clear from them. Also, since it's become increasingly 'fashionable' to side with the 'palestinians', wearing one of these could suggest that one's in solidarity with their 'cause', whether one's aware of it or not. This is insidious, no matter how seemingly harmless.
....these have become essentially the jihadist's favorite scarfs, that's worth considering in wearing them, implication-wise.

I think I'll have Pigman throttle a jihadist with it.

MississippiMud said...

SILENCE ! I keel you ! ;)

Thanks for posting on MW, It's been one week on hades getting this computer back online. The picture posted is worth 20 THOUSAND WORDS ! "KILL by the Book, DIE by the Book"

INDEED !

Jeff

And remember "Islam is a religion of peace." ( And headless bodies )

Bosch Fawstin said...

Mississipimud/Jeff,

Really appreciate the enthusiasm, thanks. Glad your computer's up and about, it's a real pain not being connected, it's become a damn near necessity these days.

George guy said...

I think Jesus said something like "And he that takes up the sword shall perish by the .45ACP hollow-point slug."

Bosch Fawstin said...

Nice, a slug for slugs.