plogg

Comics


Plogg comics is Canadian comics -- and they're good learnin'!  


The illustration on the homepage is from the cover for the upcoming 7th issue of Plogg, in which May the Hyperborean

meets Krampus in "The Night Before Frostmas".  Hopefully that'll be finished by fall 2018.  Unless you own a tardisyou'll just 

have to wait.  In the meantime, you can read some of these other comics below:



Here's a 24-page MAY THE HYPERBOREAN story titled "The Pied Pirate of Hallowe'en" from PLOGG #6 (March

2015).  May, an 11-year-old barbarian girl from the frozen north, leaves her native Hyperborea with her dog Digger and visits a 

small town, where she joins the Roughing It Girls and sells cookies, discovers comic books, visits a haunted house on 

Halloween, and battles the evil pirate Cap'n Sane and his "skeleton" crew!  (Kids seem to like colouring this comic.)



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MAY THE HYPERBOREAN (from Plogg #1, August 1994) :


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HORROR AT PINOCCHIO'S HOUSE (from Plogg #3, October 1998):

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FUNK RAGE (from Plogg #4, November 2001):

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THE USUAL GANG OF IDIOTS (from Plogg #5, May 2007):

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SUPERMANGLE (from Plogg #3, October 1998):

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THE TRIP (1979)

No ink used on this one -- just watercolour over pencil.  I was probably still 14.  I have no idea what any of it means, but I had a burgeoning interest in astronomy at the time, which shows at the beginning of the story.




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