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Poptropica by Paul Gilligan and Kory Merritt

Poptropica

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  1. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Aunty Acid 2 days ago

    Mmmkay, give the world the one finger salute, but don’t whine when the gesture gets returned with five fingers saluted upside your silly head.

  2. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Sunshine State 7 days ago

    Yep, Dark Reptile’s belly can hold a pelican. That take-out order of conch fritters was not enough.

  3. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Poptropica 7 days ago

    Oh well, another parrot stereotype bites the dust. Nice try, Jorge, maybe Polly wants a shot of rum?

  4. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy 8 days ago

    Very logical.

  5. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Poptropica 8 days ago

    I meant to say ‘gets dropped like a hot potato’. My bad.

  6. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Poptropica 8 days ago

    This is an excellent comic. Check out the ‘Little Nemo in Slumberland’ comic, and prepare to be amazed at the artwork and the storyline.

    Quick, Jorge, give that parrot a cracker and Long-Prawn Silver get dropped like a hot potato.

  7. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 8 days ago

    The illustrations are some of the finest comics artwork that rate amongst such greats as Hal Foster (Prince Valiant and Flash Gordon) and Burne Hogarth (Tarzan).

  8. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Aunty Acid 8 days ago

    Aunty doesn’t know that old Oscar Wilde statement: Aways forgive your enemies, it will drive them nuts. Another good one is; to forgive is the most noble revenge.

  9. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 9 days ago

    Bring back the leather helmets of the early 20th century…or let ’em play rugby. You know the old saying: Give blood, play rugby.

  10. Silversummer GoComics Pro Member commented on Fred Basset 13 days ago

    Cue the theme from ‘The Twilight Zone’…old school kind of creepiness going down.