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Fake ads and collector cards
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong Language
Language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 6 days ago, 5:10 PM
Number of comics: 52
Number of subscribers: 2
Visitors: 8925 visitors (21254 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.17 (29 votes)

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Comics and fake ads, sometimes with libertarian political content, sometimes offensive humor. Drawn by artist Norm Karsh, illustrator on the YOUTUBE web series CONSPIRACY MF.

The dog character “Tendril Puppy” first appeared in Volume 2 of CONSPIRACY MF PRESENTS, before getting his own webcomic, and then bouncing between his own comic and CONSPIRACY MF PRESENTS Volume 2.

Subjects in CONSPIRACY MF PRESENTS Volume 2 include politics, censorship, advertising, more. Tags: comedy, humor, parody, jokes, political, politics, advertising, editorial


LIKES: Fighting censorship, fostering dogs.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE: Illustrator for the web video series "Conspiracy MF"
CURRENTLY: Illustrator for some webcomics including "Tendril Puppy"
WHERE TO TELL NORM HE ANNOYS YOU: He has accounts on Twitter, Gab, & Reddit

Most recent comments left on CONSPIRACY MF PRESENTS - Vol. 2

11th Sep 2019
I'm not actually on opioids, and I hope you're not either.
Left on Quick Thanks
5th Sep 2019
Responding to THING 1: You gotta understand. I draw for maybe a half hour a week. You’re lucky my drawings are roughly identifiable as human.
Left on Tracy Beanz
thing 1 (Guest)
16th Aug 2019
I wondered who this "George" was. Couldn't identify him. I thought George Costanza wore glasses. o-o
Left on Tracy Beanz
16th Aug 2019
After visiting the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, I did a series of comics with a single illustration repeated six times (“Theory of Repetition”). This one is a tribute to Tracy Beanz, featuring George Costanza. I stuck it over in “Norm Karsh Mystery Bag” for a while, but then thought it might be nice to lighten up “Conspiracy MF Presents” for a bit.
Left on Tracy Beanz
13th Aug 2019
Here’s a comic I did noticing that a lot of quickly rising politicians share a sort of “mystery racial mix”. It’s the sort of thing ad companies look for in models, to appeal to the largest possible demographic.
Left on Abernathy'd Say The Same