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Order a bundle containing all 4 "He Is Just A Rat" comics (issues 2-5) and the 1-shot "Rat and the Beanstalk" via PayPal (US dollars) or SLBoutique (Linden Dollars). Delivery time is usually 1-3 weeks.

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Buy My Comics Through ‘Second Life’
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by Tony Walsh on December 18, 2006

'He Is Just A Rat' comic books now available for purchase with 'Second Life' currency.

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Users of the virtual world Second Life may now order the entire He Is Just a Rat book series (issues 2-5, plus "Rat and the Beanstalk") via OnRez. Buyers receive not only a virtual T-shirt for their avatar, but real-life comic books delivered to their door. Ordering details here.

Thanks to SLBoutique.com for featuring this package!

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Rat and the Beanstalk
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by Tony Walsh on November 25, 2003

Rat and the Beanstalk: Fall 2003. 32 pages, colour cover, B&W interior on standard newsprint.

Rat and the Beanstalk is an urban legend of gigantic proportions! This epic story joins a big, fat handful of bonus Rat Boy strips, including a guest-strip by former Tick penciller Gabe Crate.

Rat and the Beanstalk marks the first Rat Boy comic of the new millenium, and collects 8 of the best Rat Boy weekly Web-strips into one handy package. You can read the entire Beanstalk story online starting here.

Ordering details here.

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He Is Just A Rat, Issue 5
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by Tony Walsh on April 1, 1997

He Is Just A Rat #5 by Tony Walsh, Spring 1997. 40 pages, colour cover, B&W interior on premium newsprint.

Bar proprietor Joe McPhud has had it with those pesky and dangerous Drag Racing Monkeys, and he's about to let his boomstick do the talking...

The Drag Racing Monkey story concludes exclusively online!

Review from Broken Pencil magazine:
"The story continues as our hero, Ratboy, is left to face the invasion of the drag racing monkeys and their alien leader singlehanded, with no weapons but his natural cunning and his ability to eat and drink the most noxious substances and recycle them as even more noxious substances. Also, Scrunky La Bong gets closer to capturing Rotten Chicken Lips, who has taken refuge on the island of fearfulness. This issue is as good as ever. Don't miss it."

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He Is Just A Rat, Issue 4
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by Tony Walsh on September 1, 1996

He Is Just A Rat #4 by Tony Walsh, Fall 1996. 40 pages, colour cover, B&W interior on premium newsprint.

The attack of the Drag Racing Monkeys continues! Limpy and Simpy assume their rightful place as whimpering Junior Monkey recruits, and they're stinkin' mad at Rat Boy!

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He Is Just A Rat, Issue 3
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by Tony Walsh on April 1, 1996

He Is Just A Rat #3 by Tony Walsh, Spring 1996. 40 pages, colour cover, B&W interior on premium newsprint.

The attack of the Drag Racing Monkeys begins! From mysterious near-orbit origins to a full-out infiltration of the ghetto, the Monkeys and their bespectacled leader intend on world domination!

Review from Broken Pencil magazine:
"Oh boy you better get this one. Lips is in trouble. The rat is flying high on his rocket-scooter, but for how long? Trash talking psuedo-animals threaten civilization as they know it."

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He is Just a Rat, Issue 2
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by Tony Walsh on September 1, 1995

He Is Just A Rat #2 by Tony Walsh, Fall 1995. 40 pages, colour cover, B&W interior on premium newsprint.

Review from Broken Pencil magazine:
"Starts off with Rat Boy working at the Nine-One-One convenience chain. His new neighbors come with a freshly baked pie. Rat destroys them. Kaspar tries to kill the Rat. He wants revenge! Rat gets Kaspar. The plot thickens. Skrunky is diabolical. Only Rotten Chicken Lips can save us now. Okay I love the big crisp pics Walsh gives us, and think that the Rat's surly attitude is really developing -- he's moved from hostility to hate quite nicely. If I have one problem with 2 it's that it's not #1. This issue has less action, it's developing a plot, and that's good, but the Rat kicks less ass. #2 is sort of an intermediary as Tony figures out where it's all going. That Lips is out there. I can feel it in my typing fingers."

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