The Blud Crew covers the most important issue in modern comics: Superman's underwear.
Hey Bludboys and Bludgirls, it's a Monday and that means Just a Little More Blud. Since Jude has been busy all weekend with the New York City Comic Con, I thought I'd take this article off his hands without even having him beg. Since this is a surprise, that means he probably set his own article to post automatically sometime today. So we'll see who wins.
Anyway, here's a comic for you to love and argue over. You can always view the comic EVEN EARLIER by visiting http://jalmb.theouthousers.com/ . You even get to look at it in it's own special viewer. It's a little bit of magic.
Notes from the Bludhouse
Package size is important to men. It's important to our sense of self. It's important for our confidence. I know that when I choose a pair of underwear, how it makes my package look is one of the primary factors that go into the decision. And I wear my underwear, most of the time, inside my pants. If I were to wear my underwear outside my pants, and I'm not saying I would, though I'm also not saying there's anything wrong with that, if that's the way you choose to live your life, then it would be of even more importance. Tantamount importance, probably. And that's why Just a Little More Blud is not afraid to tackle these difficult issues. We do it for you.
-Jude Terror (tired from comic con)
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About the Author - SuperginraiX
SuperginraiX is the biggest sap on The Outhousers' payroll (wait, we get paid?). He reads every issue of every crappy Marvel crossover so you don't have to. Whats worse is that he pays for his books, thus condoning Marvel's behavior. If The Outhouse cared for his well being at all, they'd try and get him into some sort of rehab center. But, alas, none of us even know how to say his name. For a good time, ask Super why Captian America jumped off the Helicarrier in Fear Itself. Super lives in the frozen wastland that is Minnesota with 15% of the state's population living under his roof: a wife he makes wear an Optimus Prime mask, two gremlins, and his mother-in-law.
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