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Baseball Card Vandals

I collected baseball cards briefly as a kid, because that was just what you did. I didn’t enjoy it at all. Had I been the one to think of Baseball Card Vandals, my childhood might have been turned around.

Take a worthless baseball card (which I think is actually all of them) and deface to the point where you’ve got a pretty serviceable joke, then post it on the Internet where someone like me who has been cooped up in a windowless office all day just needs something funny to come by, and you’ve got a perfect storm. I almost had several strokes from laughter on the first page alone. If you don’t hear from me for a while, send someone by to make sure I haven’t laughed myself unconscious.

Baseball Card Vandals
Baseball Card Vandals
Baseball Card Vandals
Baseball Card Vandals
Baseball Card Vandals

About the author

Erik P. Kraft is an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator. He draws the comics Chicken, You’re The Greatest! (which is not actually about chickens) and Cats In The Alley, and writes the blog/narrates the podcast Too Many Chickens! (which actually is about chickens).