Thursday, February 08, 2007

This is... Wild Dog Week, Day 4!

Have you ever wondered what Wild Dog thinks about illegal drugs? I know I have.

Well, I'm glad we got that cleared up. Also, I should note that we never actually see what Wild Dog does to those two chaps. So use your imagination.

Yes, Wild Dog has taken his hard-hitting vigilantism and directed it towards drugs. A young lad by the name of Georgie Washington has been brutally cut down in the crossfire. And Wild Dog ain't gonna stand for that. But Wild Dog ain't content to simply deal with small time pushers, either. He's going all the way to the top. And to get to the top, you have to start at the bottom.

Step one: seedy, derelict crack house.

For some reason the residents of said crack house are less than enthused to find Wild Dog knocking on their door. So Wild Dog -- as we've come to expect -- improvises.

Oh, Wild Dog! Your wit can brighten even the darkest crack house. You know what else brightens crack houses? Fire.

As you might imagine, the combination of fire and gasoline convinces those two drug pushers that maybe -- just maybe -- they should run the hell away. It takes a little extra something from Wild Dog to convince the third dealer that he should vacate the premises.

Of course! Fire! Why didn't I think of that? I guess that's why Wild Dog's the vigilante. He knows his stuff.

With the liberal applicatin of fire, it doesn't take long before the three drug dealers finger their boss, a low level goon named "Willie." Wild Dog pays him a visit and -- to show that he's no one trick pony -- uses water to convince Willie to give up his bosses.

Though to be fair, it might have been the gun.

It doesn't take long for Wild Dog to work his way to the top of the chain. It seems that a bunch of lily white gangsters are responsible for flooding the streets of the Quad Cities with drugs. So Wild Dog takes a road trip to Chicago to meet these mobster types. But first, he has to get past their incredibly tight security.

Man, Wild Dog can do anything! All he needs is a single metal attache case and he's ready to go. Of course, it helps that that case is packed with high-powered weaponry.

Wild Dog enters -- guns blazing -- and shows these Chicago mob types how we do it downstate. The results -- though predictable -- are still extremely satisfying.

In the war on drugs there's definitely one winner: Wild Dog.

Tomorrow: Wild Dog does battle with right wing anti-smut crusaders who want to destroy all comic book stores. We can't have that, now can we? Be here as Wild Dog Week continues!



At 9:18 AM, Blogger CalvinPitt said...

Destroy comic book stores? Never!

[In best Winston Churchill voice]

We will fight them on the beaches, by the Previews, by the Wizards. We will fight them by the new comics, by the back issue bins, by the collectible statues and busts.

At 6:19 PM, Blogger Fortress Keeper said...

In the first panel, it's nice to see Wild Dog take his anti-drug message straight to the young-uns.

As for the last sequence, I guess those gunmen didn't do that great a job watching their asses.

At 7:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh no! Tell the current owner of Tim's Corner (the last U.S comic store you visited) to call in the reinforcements from Augie to give Wild Dog some backup.

At 10:11 PM, Blogger Diamondrock said...

Cal: Unnecessary. Wild Dog is the equivalent of the British army, navy *and* air force.

Keeper: Indeed they did NOT.

Anon: Wild Dog don't need no reinforcements. Besides, after seeing the next post I doubt anyone from Augie is going to be willing to stand against these guys...


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