Mr. Boop, the psychosexual webcomic that is a scathing critique of copyright

The Verge


You can’t summarize the webcomic Mr. Boop better than its first panel, which emerged out of what felt like the raging id of the internet on February 28, 2020. I had roughly one million questions when I finished Mr. Boop last year. I don’t want the ultimate statement of Mr. Boop to be that it’s bad to fall into fantasy worlds and enjoy them. It’s a pretty definitive ending, but would you ever go back to the Mr. Boop universe? Finally, I’ve been wondering for months: when Sonic the Hedgehog talks in Mr. Boop, I hear Jaleel White’s voice in my head.


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