Ask Axe Cop #91 – Mustache Wax

Apologies for the late post.  I had such a busy day on Thursday that I totally forgot to post this.  I took off on quick romantic getaway with my wife and realized I forgot to post Ask Axe Cop.  Luckily it was all ready to post, so I was able to do it remotely.  I mean that in the sense of controlling my computer at home using my tablet, but I also mean remotely as in, I am in the middle of the woods right now on a weak satellite internet connection.

So, here you go.  One of the most bizarre episodes of Ask Axe Cop, and that is saying something.  Turns out we have been experiencing Axe Cop’s second life with-mustache this entire time… all of Axe Cop is the new memories of death bed Axe Cop with a mustache.  Thanks for reading.


15 thoughts on “Ask Axe Cop #91 – Mustache Wax

  1. Does that mean in your second life with a mustache you still have to go around demanding mustache wax when you’re old to avoid a time travel paradox?

  2. Imagine how different his life must have been without the perfection sensing ability from #87.

    Gee, he might have been GUESSING the perfect plans all that time.

  3. It’s funny how people seem to have trouble with retconned reality. It makes total sense as long as someone has access to time travel. The waxman makes you EARN IT.
    I also love how in the first panel he says “did not grow mustache” as if mustache is a substance-word.. XD

  4. Somehow, though, he must have memories like this from his first play-through of life. That must be why almost nothing can surprise him, he already knows what happens.

  5. I just wanted to write and tell you how much I enjoy, “Axe Cop!” This animated show reminds me of Cartoon Network’s, “Assy McGee!”, a show that really needs to return with new episodes! Assy is a classic cartoon and I really think that Axe Cop will also become a cult favorite. Just do us all a favor and don’t make us wait 3 years until a DVD/Blu-Ray disc becomes available for purchase! I hope that FOX TV realizes that they have a GREAT show and that they will keep the show alive for many years to come! Great Job Ya’ll! (grin)
    Cya, Bill Netter – Eastpointe, Michigan. (54 years old.)

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