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8 definitions by Tiny Molasses

 
1.
A small press outfit based in New Zealand that operates on the principle that anyone can make comics. They regularly publish an anthology commonly described as "democratic" and a range of other stuff as well as maintain a database of all comic related happenings, peoples and events in New Zealand.

They won the 2006 Eric Award for best comic anthology.
Funtime comics rock my world.
by Tiny Molasses May 06, 2006
 
2.
A small press outfit based in New Zealand that operates on the principle that anyone can make comics. They regularly publish an anthology commonly described as "democratic" and a range of other stuff as well as maintain a database of all comic related happenings, peoples and events in New Zealand (cultural hotspot).
Funtime comics rock my world.
by Tiny Molasses April 19, 2006
 
3.
Non mainstream comics, often produced independently and on short runs.
Funtime comics is small press.
by Tiny Molasses March 20, 2006
 
4.
Someone who is very, very much a geek.
No you won't know Howard from the A.V. club because he's such a crashing geek.
by Tiny Molasses May 06, 2006
 
5.
Someone who is very, very much a geek.
No you won't know Howard from the A.V. club because he's such a crashing geek.
by Tiny Molasses April 19, 2006
 
6.
Darren Schroeder is the editor of Funtime Comics, small press guru of Silverbullet fame, author of Mopy Comics and stand up comedian who received a standing ovation at the 2006 Eric Awards.
Darren Schroeder is a small press guru and all round funny man.
by Tiny Molasses June 06, 2006
 
7.
Term used in the west country (the west of England from Bristol to Cornwall) to mean absolutely anyone at all. Often used by ladies in shops when speaking to complete strangers.
"Hello my luvver, your pasty costs £1.52," says the lady behind the counter at the corner store to a random truck driver.

"You don't want this bus my luvver," says the bus conductor to a complete stranger.

"We's gots none of them 'ere, my luvver," says the lady at PC World.
by Tiny Molasses March 01, 2011