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Billy the Beaker

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Genre: Weird
Date Added: 18 October 2006
Last Update: 6 January 2010
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Current Comic Ranking: 18800/23589
Views This Month: 1   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 28   (More...)
Favourite of: 5 members
Status: Normal (?)

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A collection of containers (mostly good guys, but there's a couple of dongs) have fun adventures, and adventurous fun involving time traveling bathroom decorations, while saving the universe from evil. Since 2001!

Current synopsis by: rushoffailure
Current image by: rushoffailure

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damn straight
crocty 1/5
And why do you copy and paste the same pic of Billy everytime, are you too lazy to redraw him?
crocty 1/5
crocty 1/5
haha these suck
crocty 1/5
crocty 1/5
How is it spamming, I was merely saying how much these suck
crocty 1/5
They still suck
I refuse, these suck
please don't spam my comic profile
crocty 1/5
chloepants 4/5
For some reason I find this utterly hilarious. I like Billy's archnemesis, Boris the Russian :D
nazgjunk 1/5
I've seen a lot of minimalistic webcomics popping up lately, and many of them can be quite fun. This one, however, just... let's say I don't like it. It's not funny or interesting. At best I could read it as a parody on the load of (I think largely xkcd-inspired) minimalistic comics we're seeing, but that doesn't make me enjoy it. Sorry, I usually try to give constructive criticism, but I don't see how I would, here.

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