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Because there are few better ways to end a day than with a reference to — or better yet, a viewing of — the 1993 Bill Murray comedy Groundhog Day, we’ll close with a one-page comic from The Goon creator Eric Powell and Mac Cushing called “Groundhog Day: The Deleted Scene.”
“Shocking unearthed Groundhog Day footage,” Powell explains. Poor, poor Ned …
Wow, way to utterly go against the movie. Is this meant to be funny?
It’s funny in a very dark, macabre way. BM tortures Ned day in and day out KNOWING that he won’t get anything out of him. That’s pretty twisted!
HA! that was great.
Wasn’t this the guy who compared working on stuff that wasn’t your own to being raped? Sure, this was a single page that took him probably a few hours to do, and he didn’t get paid, but way to stick to principle.
>> Wasn’t this the guy who compared working on stuff that wasn’t your own to being raped? >>
This is his own stuff. He and Cushing own it.
It’s a humor piece based on something he doesn’t own, but it’s not as if Columbia hired him to do it and owns the result.
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