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According to Eastman and Laird, in the early days of the comic book, Roger Corman’s New World Pictures approached them about a comedy adaptation using contemporary stand-up comics Gallagher, Sam Kinison, Bobcat Goldthwait, and Billy Crystal, dressed in turtle shells and green face make-up. Another Image founder, Jim Valentino, used to work for Pacific, where I also worked. David Boring is intriguing because of its curious intracacies, mostly involving the fascinating combination of sexual obssession and impending apocolypse.

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