The Comic Book Fools of April - Achewood & Williams-Sonoma

Welcome to April's month-long feature. Every day in April I will be featuring a humorous comic (either an issue or a series of strips) that I found particularly amusing. Feel free to e-mail me at bcronin@comicbookresources.com the comic stories that are your favorites when it comes to hilarity, and I'll see if I can't feature some of them this month, as well!

We begin the month with a long story arc from Chris Onstad's Achewood in July 2009, that begins with the observation by Ray that the same audience who buys products from Williams-Sonoma (the retail company that sells high-end kitchenware and houseware products) are also likely the same audience for another product, and perhaps some cross-marketing opportunities are available.

NOTE: The following comics contain profanity! Be forewarned! They also contain hilarity! Be forewarned!

Okay, to set up the scene, you only need to know that Ray is always looking for a way to make a quick buck and Cornelius, while a refined gentleman, will write pretty much anything, including tawdry romance novels. That Ray is a cat and Cornelius is a bear is immaterial to the story.

Click here to read what happens next!

Now go e-mail me your suggestions for the rest of the Comic Book Fools of April!

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