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pharoahbolding, September 28, 2012 (view all comments by pharoahbolding)
“The Dot is one of those few rare treasures that is a fun read with great art AND a wholesome story.”
- Pendragon's Post

“The Dot is a well-put together comic. From the script which channels Ben Edlund’s Tick, to the high quality of Bolding’s cartooning skills, The Dot never gets old. It is 30 pages of jokes, action, and fun. Pretty hard to argue with that.”
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All-ages superhero comedy has a new leading man - and his name is The Dot!

In The Dot #1 you'll be introduced to Clark Bent, mild-mannered reporter for The Daily Paper! Mild-mannered, that is, until Big City is threatened! This is when Clark becomes The Dot, the protector of mankind! He's super-strong, super-durable, and, well, kinda super-dense! In other words he's your kind of hero!

If you like The Tick, Chowder, or Adventure Time than The Dot is for you!

In the first issue of this four issue miniseries a metal monstrosity attacks Big City! Seems straightforward enough! But is there more to this monstrosity than meets the eye? You cannot miss "The Diabolical Evil of Squid'vl Part One"!
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