This Hulk toilet paper comic is the apex of bathroom reading

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In 1979, Oh Dawn! Inc. released "The Amazing Spider-Man & the Incredible Hulk" in "The Gamma Gambit," a short comic printed entirely on toilet tissue.

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Frankly, I think the Incredible Hulk is a terrible choice for this comic, as he's likely the only mainstream superhero who's not toilet-trained. The comic was penned by Jim Salicrup and Michael Higgins and illustrated by Marie Severin. Read the whole bizarre script here.

There are approximately 10,000 scatological jokes I could make about this product, but my mind is overwhelmed by the sheer amount of juvenile wordplay and puerile puns. Here's a video of this magical T.P. for all you skeptics out there in internet-land.

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[via Oddball Comics]

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An obsessive compulsive like me would keep trying to use exactly one full five page comic at a time. And I would go ballistic if I went to the bathroom and found the roll torn midway through the story.