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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, 4:29 PM
Number of comics: 1167
Number of subscribers: 42
Visitors: 53281 visitors (437342 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.

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mark stacy
An overgrown pop culture's kid.

Most recent comments left on Pop Culture's Kids

mark stacy
4 days ago
ex-po-zay (don't know how to get an accent over the e in the title lettering)
Left on Exposition Expose
mark stacy
22nd Nov 2017
The rest of the gang's introduction to the latest version of their world will continue without the "Third World" in the comic titles. And, taking Friday off for the (post)holiday, this comic will resume on Monday.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Left on Third World: The End of the Beginning/Thanksgiving '17
mark stacy
17th Nov 2017
Next week: they finally arrive in the "new place" and a Monday-Wednesday-Friday comic schedule.

Inked sketch of Surrelia on a mountain top, another inked sketch character (inked off a sketch done in light ink originally, like nearly all of them), and new dialogue added for context.
Left on 3rd World: Covfefe: Conclusion
mark stacy
16th Nov 2017
Black and gray inked Michelle sketch surrounded by unretouched sketches of her from comic strip idea sketches, all from panels where she hits someone.
Left on 3rd World: Covfefe Michelle's Greatest Hits
mark stacy
15th Nov 2017
Raw sketch of Tommy Skinx, enlarged from part of a sketch for a larger comic strip idea. Didn't use the full comic, opting for just the last panel used here. Really only darkened the lettering by inking over it, and added gray and some black to it, leaving the scribbled form otherwise as-is. Kinda makes him more menacing that way.
Left on 3rd World: Covfefe: Skinx Is A Sketchy Character