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Comic profile: Pop Culture's Kids
Pop Culture's Kids
Humor, with some light satire.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday, 12:50 PM
Number of comics: 1299
Number of subscribers: 41
Visitors: 58917 visitors (522287 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.96 (52 votes)

Comic description

A small group of kids, including a relative newcomer to the town, create a club for their mutual love of TV, music, movies, etc. My influences include Krazy Kat, Pogo, Bloom County and Calvin & Hobbes.


mark stacy
An overgrown pop culture's kid.

Most recent comments left on Pop Culture's Kids

mark stacy
The idea of the Covfefe "merger" with this universe in PCK includes some experimenting in the drawing dept. This helps, since there has been some smudgy parts of the images appearing lately in the making of files that show up in Paint. I should finally address it in the Comic Fury forums. Meanwhile, the lighter, sketchy drawing today, plus one less adjustment step made this look right, assuming the problem is still there.

Fun to draw, too!
Left on Treason Meets Apeasement
mark stacy
3rd Jul 2018
Tomorrow, 4th of July, will be a day off for this comic. Next one on Thursday and/or Friday. Regular Monday-Friday schedule back next week.

...For some reason, I'm thinking of SCTV's soap parody "The Days of the Week"... hmm....
Left on Founding Finding Fourth
mark stacy
26th Jun 2018
That's definitely a tail on Emboldens!
Left on Creepy Critters
mark stacy
22nd Jun 2018
Inspired by Giovannetti's "Max".

Back to the horizonal format next week. In other words, the preferred hardcover sketchbooks for taping in copies of the comics are available again.
Left on Week End
mark stacy
20th Jun 2018
It's babies and toddlers now.

I drew this a number of days ago. It doesn't take place in the alternate universe where my characters now reside - though it's like WE are in an alternative universe now. But enough is enough.

There still might be a regular comic later today (Wednesday the 20th), since I have an idea for an actual "Pop Culture's Kids" to address this that needs a smidgen more work.
Left on Editorial From the Real World