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Comic profile: Pegwarmers
Like Robot Chicken on a shoestring budget.
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday, 5:22 AM
Number of comics: 1304
Number of subscribers: 47
Visitors: 99540 visitors (957311 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.96 (753 votes)

Comic description

Pegwarmers is basically a rip off of Twisted Kaiju Theater, but with superhero action figures. Occasionally, Transformers, Godzilla, and Star Trek characters will make an appearance, but it's predominantly superhero based. The main three characters are Deadpool, Spider-Man, and Batman.


Most recent comments left on Pegwarmers

Left on 1304. Ellipsis
6 days ago
Why am I talking about this movie out of the blue? Eh...I rewatched it. I'm excited for the PS4 Spider-Man game so I'm replaying some of the games and decided to rewatch the movie. All six movies, actually.
Left on 1303. The Third Raimi Movie
8 days ago
I mean, it's not like DC is hasn't had something like that before. There are alternate universes where Ultraman (not the Japanese character), who is an alternate universe of Superman, took over Earth along with Owlman and Superwoman. Also, there's the Injustice universe where superman actually does take over.

But still, let's not put that idea in his head.

I got interested in Steelheart because I've had two friends gift me Brandon Sanderson books and a lot of people talking about him, I decided to try it. Rather than read one of the two books I was given (which I still plan to), I decided ti check out one of his audiobooks first. And I was led to Steelheart because it's read by MacLeod Andrews, who I am a fan of from him reading the Sandman Slim novels. (He makes a fantastic James Stark.) Didn't realize it was a YA book. It doesn't really matter. I have read YA, but I am disappointed I didn't start Sanderson with one of his adult books.
Left on 1302. Sanderson
13 days ago
As of posting this comic, I have not seen the movie since it's currently Wednesday, but when the comic is posted, I will have seen the movie. I am really looking forward to it. I enjoyed the first Ant-Man movie. Hoping this one will be as good or better. I like how Marvel movies hint at something in one movie (without being an overt advertisement) and then follow up in another. They did that with Rhodes becoming War Machine, they did that with Captain America's shield, mentioning Spider-Man in (I think) Ant-Man 1, and now we have The Wasp after hints in Ant-Man 1. It's a nice trend because in other superhero movie series, they'll hint at something and never do anything about it. A big one being that we never saw Dylan Baker in the Spider-Man movies as The Lizard, for instance.
Left on 1301. Ant-Man and the Wasp
4th Jul 2018
Happy America Day and happy Wednesday.

And happy 1300 to Pegwarmers! I didn't know I would make it this far. I had planned on ending at 600. I might end it at ten years like I did with Dragon City and Jix.

It won't end until I do the story arc I've been wanting to do for a couple of years and I can't do that until I buy one more figure, but I'm being cheap.
Left on 1300. Characters Wanted