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Comic profile: Conspiracy MF Presents
Conspiracy MF Presents
Libertarian un-PC humor, like South Park but more realistic
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 11th Apr 2017
Number of comics: 35
Number of subscribers: 2
Visitors: 8023 visitors (19479 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.05 (22 votes)

Comic description

Fake comic covers and ads with libertarian political content, off-beat sometimes offensive humor. Drawn by artist Norm Karsh, illustrator on the YOUTUBE web series CONSPIRACY MF. Subjects dealt with include politics, celebrities, conspiracies, superhero teams, sex and love among the political class, more. Personalities include Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Obama, more.

Norm takes shots at political correctness, the republicans, the democrats, more. Norm's comic influences include Jack Kirby, Dick Tracy, Moon Mullins.

TAGS: Violence, Superheroes, Superpowers, Humor (Humour), Funny, Jokes, Adult, Mature Readers, Politics, Celebrities.

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NormKarsh
Libertarian animal lover.

Most recent comments left on Conspiracy MF Presents

NormKarsh
26th Jan 2017
The first of three images devoted to promotion of the show, no political content.
Left on Dream Team-Up #32: Trailer Park Boys
NormKarsh
26th Jan 2017
Another one-off experiment. Just an image, no real joke here.
Left on Clown Lives Matter Logo (sketchbk)
NormKarsh
26th Jan 2017
This was another one-off experiment, like the Leslie Jones comic, but this one feels more complete.
Left on CNN: The Goatsh*t Network
NormKarsh
26th Jan 2017
I produced this cover much earlier than it was posted, but didn’t really love it. It grew on me.
Left on Legion of Cult Leaders #4
NormKarsh
26th Jan 2017
This is about as slick a comic book cover as I can make. I started losing interest in comic covers about this time. I’d rank this image right up there with two of my favorite comic book covers: Trump throwing two middle fingers, and Bill Clinton suggesting he should run the family dog for office.
Left on Der Zuckster #4