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Pepe The Frog Creator: I’m Voting For Hillary

Esquire reports: In 2005, Matt Furie—then in his early 20s—created a comic book called Boys Club in which a cartoon frog named Pepe acted out the dumb, laid-back stoner culture of post-college bros. Pepe, along with a wolf, a dancing bear, and a sarcastic dog, would play harmless pranks on one another. Furie, who was... The post Pepe The Frog Creator: I’m Voting For Hillary appeared first on Joe.
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