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MONSTERS Project: Nedroid Draws a Very Beartato Halloween


It's a very Beartato Halloween today as the MONSTERS Project continues with art from Anthony Clark, the creator of the exceptionally charming webcomic Nedroid and its most recent book collection, Beartato and the Secret of the Mystery...

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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles of Nedroid [Art]


Those of you who read the webcomic adventures of Beartato and Reginald are already aware that Anthony "Nedroid" Clark is pretty hilarious, but if you're not following him on Twitter, you're missing out...

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Nedroid’s Beartato T-Shirt Makes an Excellent Pillow


Ever since t-shirts went up on Anthony Clark's Nedroid store on TopatoCo, I've speculated that perhaps additional items might join them in due time. Actually, I've mostly just begged for action figures, but that's not important...

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Nedroid T-Shirts Are Go At TopatoCo


Just a little longer than a week after Berta's initial t-shirt sightings were confirmed by photo evidence on Twitter, Anthony Clark's Nedroid stars have finally become available for purchase over at TopatoCo...

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Nedroid Is Coming To A T-Shirt Near You


Ever since Nedroid creator Anthony Clark revealed that he'd been "...working with a well-known Webcomics company to start offering some merchandise..." when we hit him up earlier this month, fans have been speculating that Jeffrey Rowland's TopatoCo would be the place to be to score some Beartato and Reginald merch...

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Building a Better Beartato: Anthony Clark Talks ‘Nedroid’


For an artist who's made a name for himself mastering bear and bird buddy comedy, Nedroid creator Anthony Clark sure is modest. With his Livejournal-turned-Webcomic a fixture on social networking sites, Cracked...

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Anthony Clark’s Hilarious Spoiler-Free ‘Lost’ Spoilers


Last night before signing off from the blogosphere I promised myself I wouldn't get on Twitter for fear of spoiling "Lost's" Season Six premiere. Long story short, it didn't work out that way. Fortunately, instead of running into any actual spoilers, I ran into "Nedroid Picture Diary" creator Anthony Clark's "spoilers," hilarious sketches chock full of "Lost" fan wonderment...

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Reginald And Beartato Come To Life In These 3-D Nedroid Fan Sculptures


As an unabashed Nedroid fan, I admit - I check out the Webcomic's store weekly to see if, perhaps, creator Anthony Clark has somehow managed to get action figures or vinyl toys produced. To my infinite chagrin, it hasn't yet happened...

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A Webcomic To Be Thankful For: Nedroid Picture Diary


After I got done insulting my sense of humor with the traditional newspaper funnies this morning (I'm staying at my parents' and they still buy printed news!), I quickly turned to my Webcomic faves including - you guessed it - Nedroid...

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