Mr. Bevins: Zealot

I know some of you are clamoring for more posts but I’ll probably keep it to one or two a week so I don’t run the risk of putting up banal garbage that nobody wants to read. That’s what makes most people’s twitter accounts so awful.  If you sincerely want to know things like what sort of sandwich I made for breakfast (that’s right, I made a sandwich for breakfast) or what time I took a shower, ask me.  However, I’m not going to waste our time with a daily dose of trivial nonsense when I will eventually have a story to share about homemade wine with modern-day hobos or something even more spectacular. Frankly, I think even the news could benefit from not trying to find stories where there are none and started to publish only the really good stuff a few times a week.  That’s what I would do.

Anyway, all I’ve got to offer up is a comic.  Today, Mr. Bevins doesn’t learn an important lesson about tolerance and understanding….

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https://mattposky.wordpress.com/2010/08/06/an-imperfect-world/

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37 Responses to Mr. Bevins: Zealot

  1. nrhatch says:

    Yay for avoiding banal garbage. ; )

    Nice post.

  2. Mr. Bevins is so mean. I know this old white guy(me) whose three grandchildren are of mixed race and mixed ethnicity. He loves them and it sure put a different “color” on the way he sees things. Mean Mr. Bevins better not flash that hate gun around here or his body parts will become feather dusters in one hot New York second.

    • Posky says:

      Bevins represents a special kind of ugliness that you would not expect to find and exists solely to present a perspective that is all too common in our society. The difference is that Bevins’ hate encompasses all of humanity without being more or less biased toward certain groups. He is almost universally hateful and appears in a fairly unsuspecting form.

  3. Artswebshow says:

    Lol, i really like the title ‘the sometimes daily news.’
    I used to post every two days but i realized i was putting up work which just wasn’ good enough.
    So now i post less often and the quality of the posts seems better.
    So yes, i agree.

    • Posky says:

      If I had my entire day to put toward this, I have no doubt that I could put together something wonderful each and every day and tack on a neat comic too. However, since this is not currently a paid gig, that isn’t an option.

      I think we both agree that quality is vastly superior to quantity and I would say that your posts are excellent, so keep doing whatever it is you are doing.

  4. nursemyra says:

    Mr Bevins would look good in l’orange

  5. Those newspaper headlines were the definition of hilarious. You made me laugh by myself in my chair. Awesome.

  6. Dr. Cynicism says:

    Duck with a gun = pure, unadulterated awesome. You’ve been added my friend! Oh yea, and by the way, when did you take a shower and what sort of sandwich did you have for breakfast??

  7. bahahahaha I love racial humor!

    • Posky says:

      It’s funny to laugh at how awful Mr. Bevins is but there are people out there like that. I like racial humor just so long as it comes with a bit of social commentary and isn’t racist in itself.

  8. Will says:

    Beyond amazing! Where does one subscribe to that paper?

  9. Bschooled says:

    Hahahaha!

    This post is a work of art. Please allow me to sculpt it and add it to my gallery.

    Think about it, Posky. This could be your big break.

    b

    • Posky says:

      Knock yourself out. I am very interested to see the results and could use a big break.

      …could we make something together too? I’ve always wanted to sculpt a giant owl carrying off a bunch of small happy-looking people in its talons.

      • Bschooled says:

        Sure, why not?

        I was actually thinking more along the lines of a LOLwhawk (aka. whale with hawk eyes), but that’s probably because I already sculpted one.

        I’m lazy that way.

  10. A racist duck with a a GUN!?????
    Hmm…no yum yum quack quack eggs forthcoming?
    O dark dark days indeed.

  11. I’m half Mexi-CAN and I for one make this joke ALL THE TIME! LOVE IT!!!

    • Posky says:

      I’m glad you enjoy the joke and I’m glad that you expressed your enthusiasm by using all caps.

      It sort of amps me up and makes me want to do something crazy like drinking out of a top hat.

  12. Vodka and Ground Beef says:

    What time did you shower?

    “Obama ‘stoked’ for the weekend” = HILARIOUS

  13. Brilliant! Love the “Pepe … Juan-Jose … “

  14. Bevins with gun had me laughing till mingent! Great post.

  15. bendedspoon says:

    now i see what you mean by duck trap
    and not trusting them :)
    the thoughts, play of words
    and illustrations are all good news.
    by no means a quack :)

  16. I think we’re twins. I live in Asia right now. Virginia’s home for me though.

    That said, “No you Mexican’t” is pure win. Maybe you are the random funny blogger from my specimens post.

  17. sauer kraut says:

    Mr. Bevins needs to be retrained to be a zealot for the anti-bullying effort. He would make a great spokesduck.

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  19. lauriejlong says:

    I chuckled… Outloud. Does that make me racist?

      • lauriejlong says:

        I am so s#!t outta luck, then. My husband is half-AfroAm, which means I have two quarter-AfroAm kids, I have two quarter-Korean nieces, I have one quarter-Chinese niece, and one quarter-Mexican/quater-Italian nephew. Someone ought to warn my family of my sinister side. I feel bad about myself now, Posky. Take it back, take it back! For the love of God, take it back! (P.S. I am going to share Mr. Bevins with my husband. He will laugh, too. I ought to warn him that it will make him racist. I doubt he’ll care.)

      • Posky says:

        Society will care.

        I think as long as you don’t identify with the duck, you’re alright though.

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