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I know what you’re thinking. “Did he fire five eggs or only four?” Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. You’ve got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, duck?
For some reason, all I hear in my head is a version of that song where instead it goes, “Ready or not. Quack. Quack. Boom!”
Now, who is D. Marvin?
Kinda looks like the Fremont Bridge. Portland love?
Let’s play punch the other duck.
The last panel, it looks he’s punching Howard the Duck. I keep expecting to hear the duck go “WAUGH!!!” in that panel.
When Axe Cop becomes a movie, this is going to be the most high-octane, edge of your seat, jaw dropping adrenaline rush. Baby Man VS. The Duck. I can’t wait to see more.
How is he able to hold onto the lorry, strangle the duck and punch it out all at once?
Only in the world of Axe Cop can a man dressed in a baby suit flying via his own flatulence amongst an ocean of explosions while choking and punching out a duck be considered “Just another day at the office”.
@ James Don’t question it, he is Baby Man you think the laws of physics will stop him from getting that duck?!
And panel 4 is EPIC! Background worthy for sure!
Awesome bridge drawing, Ethan.
“Clock” is one heck of a sound.
“Clock that duck” is in fact an obscure line from the Firesign Theatre. Just in case you didn’t know that.
Wonderful. That Duck has been Clocked.
Babyman is so cool!
Suddenly, the strip has turned into a Jerry Bruckheimer-Michael Bay summer blockbuster thing. I kept waiting for the colossal, fiery explosion at the end—maybe next time? Thanks for the fun!
Brilliant! Baby Man could carry his own webcomic.
Drawing a man punching a duck in the face must have been quite the experience.
You can sense the tension building like Baby Man strangling a duck with exploding emissions while hanging onto an oil tanker. There is no better metaphor than what is taking place in these panels. This comic doesn’t believe in dull, it is sharp like the eponymous title.
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