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October 13th, 2008

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BEAR NUTS for October 13, 2008 – 17 Bear Nuts


  1. Kathleen

    I’m scared of those bears looking at Prozac. I’m afraid they are going to do something bad to him.

  2. Nastee

    Tanked bear’s nod and fall was hilarious, as Prozac’s look when he realized that he’s out of pills. :D Gold.

  3. Paulita

    omg! he is the cutest!!!!

  4. £Ø§Ð

    Ha ha. I think He died. The Squigily Arrow. Priceless.

  5. Joseph LaRose

    An interruption in taking your Prozac dosage can cause anxiety, insomnia, nervousness and sometimes mania…
    Poor Prozac bear. Haha, Tanked bear for the win! I love that new hair cut of his..perhaps it’ll grow back more than the rest of his hair and he’ll have a mohawk. For now it’s an anti-mohawk.
    Comic is excellent as always!

  6. Arjelyn

    Oh how I love their facial expressions. Makes you chuckle out loud every time. Wonderful art and great content. I’ll be back daily for ze updates. =)

  7. admin

    Thanks for the comments guys! They’re so appreciated :)
    Joseph – I think I want to do a t-shirt design of Tanked with his “anti-mohawk”
    Arjelyn – Thank you very much!

  8. K.C. Adama

    O.o PB has kept the pockets while doing away with the pants! My impressment knows no bounds!

  9. Smoketrix

    Prozacs pockets and expressions killed me. Looks like prozac was born in the hood. Grew up with those Rough Bears

  10. Mara

    How did Prozac get a pocket? Unless they’re all just some other… thing… masquerading around in bear-suits… with pockets. :D Whatever. Still the best comic around.

  11. Kitsunekage

    Tanked’s nod-and-fall reminds me of my brother in the morning. Only, my brother falls into his breakfast….

  12. TekServer

    An interesting (to me, anyway) coincidence: I started reading this the first time about 12 years ago, not long after it started, and had little need for medications – certainly no antidepressants. Now, all these years later, I have a better understanding of Prozac Bear, since I’ve been on Prozac myself for a year or two.
    (I won’t go into details; I’ll just say: it helps. Not as much as my service dog, but it helps.)

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