Granted. It becomes a political comic-rag, updated hourly, full of cheeky double-entendres about Italian politicians and trends in 19th century medicine. Oh, and it's published in Cantonese. The artwork's gotten very repetitive and isn't the least be amusing on its own, but the material is fresh and relevant-- OH, so relevant-- to Dr. Xian Hu, a 44 year-old international policy scholar and historian in Hong Kong who, unfortunately, never discovers it.
I wish that every Wednesday at my office was Boxers-Lingerie-Toga day.