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On this week's provocative Independent comics page: The K Chronicles ponders the infamous "Asian Girlz" video; Jen Sorenson tackles the "Obamacare" silence battle; Red Meat fears those who are obsessed with blood; and The City raises the terror-alert level.

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On this week's analytical Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson compares two candidates to chair the Fed; The K Chronicles disagrees with Beyonce's Pepsi deal; The City works from a bus shelter; and Red Meat takes an inexpensive swim.

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This week on a cleansing Independent comics page: Red Meat struggles over a new nighttime ritual; The City sends calls straight to voice mail; Jen Sorenson ponders the right to bear bags; and The K Chronicles examines the case of Florida's Marissa Alexander.

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On this week's historic yet fragrant Independent comics page: The City tackles news items including Dick Cheney's daughter and the return of the Twinkie; Red Meat stews in its own juices; The K Chronicles urges you to go see a documentary, A Band Called Death; and Jen Sorenson puts ignorant tweets in historical context.

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On this week's particularly wild Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson examines the Iowa Supreme Court's ruling that a woman can be fired for being too attractive; The K Chronicles offers a Django Unchained sequel starring Ms. Paula Deen; Red Meat wonders what's making Milkman Dan's delivery truck so smelly; and The City tackles the man-on-pool-raft sex epidemic that's sweeping John Boehner's district.

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On this week's extra-festive Independent comics page: Keith Knight's The K Chronicles makes its Indy debut with a look at the name of Washington, D.C.'s NFL team; Jen Sorenson tackles debit cards as paychecks; The City touts the virtues of the rust belt in this era of global warming; and Red Meat gets infested by spiders and deer ticks.

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On this week's extra-patriotic Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson takes a look at natural gas; Red Meat loses its hair-trimming gear; The City looks at modern-day American freedom; and in the finale of Roland and Cid, the boys say goodbye.

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On this week's intriguingly topical Independent comics page, Paula Deen discusses the n-word with Roland and Cid; The City warns of the dangers of fetal masturbation; Red Meat goes hunting; and Jen Sorenson wonders why some politicians are flip-floppers on the issue of pain.

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On this week's life-birthing Independent comics page: The City dodges a spurned barber; Red Meat shares a summer feast; Roland and Cid celebrate Kim and Kanye's spawn; and Jen Sorenson checks her Spookmail.

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On this week's extra girthy Independent comics page: Red Meat deals with a deceased cat; Roland and Cid enjoy some free samples; The City goes back in time to look at government surveillance; a bonus version of The City compares gun control (or the lack thereof) with the growing police state; and Jen Sorenson looks at options beyond student loans.

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