I never like violence (except fake movie violence) but sometimes it can be funny. Witness The Three Stooges. I loved the Three Stooges growing up and I still do! Its "silly" violence. And all those old cartoons were violent as hell, and we liked them! Yes, for kids, parents have to careful. We have learned from letting our son see what we thought was regular old cartoon, and couple that with a kid who's learning appropriate social interactions because he has autism, and you have a little trouble! For grown ups though, fake, silly violence is hilarious!
I used to always watch Celebrity Deathmatch on MTV. Pretty gory stuff, but sometimes it was actually funny.
The comic Lio, by Mark Tatulli is one I have been wanting to post a few of for awhile. It is definitely offbeat, and actually kinda morbid. I am surprised that it is printed in our pretty conservative daily newspaper and that it has survived the annual comic popularity voting!
The strip is noted for telling the story without dialogue. Tatulli calls it a "pantomime strip." Its about a little kid with a huge imagination, an imagination that often involves monsters, carnivores, and dark, but humorous twists. The father in the strip is a caring and patient guy who deals with all the weird stuff that Lio does around the house! Here are a few of the strips so that you can get a feel for it! (click to enlarge)
Finally, here is a little game-Street Fight- where Hillary and Obama duke it out! I found this game on Miniclip Games-where I go to play Fowl Words. (love that game! Street Fight-Hillary and Obama is pretty cool too). It's violent! It's mean! It's fun! Hell, I got Obama to kick Hillary's ass 2 out the 3 times that I played it!
Obama and Hillary fight it out in hand-to-hand combat.
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