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Friday, March 21, 2008

The Beast of Bugsport?

Ted Bastien is at it again.


  1. What is this about? Not the image--the take-off of Crowley is obvious--but how does this figure in to what would seem to be comic book art? And who is Ted Bastien?

  2. Ted Bastien is a Canadian comic artist, and a brother Mason. His online comic Bugsport tells the tale of a backwater town in Maine that is the resettlement home of the aliens aboard the Roswell UFO crash and others who followed. In Bugsport, Maine, the majority of the citizens are "greys," many of whom belong to the local Masonic lodge.

    And for classic car fans, the Studebaker never died in Bugsport. They make flying cars these days.

    Go to http://www.tedsstudio.com/bugsport

    Start at the beginning. Look carefully as the strip progresses for Masonic symbolism.

  3. Thanks for introducing me to Bugsport. I'm going through the strip archives now. Funny stuff.


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