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End of the World Newsprint Regular Newsprint
End of the World Newsprint Regular Newsprint

#62: End of the World Newsprint Newsprint Regular


  • Printed on real newsprint 📰
  • Approximately 4" by 3" 📏
  • Perfect to stick on the fridge
Based on Comic #62: End of the World.
A stick figure with wild hair and unkept beard holds up a sign with "the world will end" and multiple dates in the past scratched out and the world "soon!" scribbled at the bottom. "Those of us who can see into the future should be granted limited revisions after the fact."

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The Story Behind #62: End of the World

Remember back in 2012 when legions of people knew without a shadow of a doubt that the world was about to end because the Mayans said so? Remember when Harold Camping (who had predicted the apocalypse 11 times before) stated the end times were coming in 2011? Remember when his proposed date came and went and he pushed it back to 2012 instead?

You may not vividly recall those events because random, unfounded predictions of the apocalypse are a tale as old as time. There are records of folks claiming the end is near all the way back to the year 66 A.D. The forecasts have been numerous and — you guessed it — always wrong. Some of the most fascinating doomsday prognostications have been in the recent past. Author John Gribbin divined the apocalypse in 1982 and even published a book, The Jupiter Effect, with his claims. Leland Jensen told his followers that Halley’s Comet would be pulled into Earth’s orbit on April 29, 1986. Elizabeth Clare Prophet declared nuclear war would start on April 30, 1990. Prophet would later be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

We don’t know why people foresee Judgment Day so often. Are they scamming people? Are they trying to draw attention to themselves? Do they truly believe it? Whatever the reason, I have seen my fair share of end-of-world predictions come and go in my life. While some of the prophecies have been fascinating, none have convinced me to buy an underground bunker.

Frequently Asked Questions

⏱ How long will it take to ship my sweet new end of the world newsprint?

My newsprint typically ship within one business day. If anything comes up I'll email you and let you know.

💰 How much does shipping cost?

Free for U.S. domestic orders over $50. Typically $2 - $7 for smaller domestic orders. You can check out our shipping policies here.

📦 Where does taleas ship newsprint from?

The end of the world newsprint ships from Austin, Texas.

🪃 Is there a return policy?

Absolutely! 30 days for undamaged paper goods and unworn/unwashed clothing. If the product arrives defective please email us at hello@taleas.com or give us a call at 1-833-580-0600 so we can get your issue resolved.

🤔 What if I have more questions?

Hit me up at hello@taleas.com. I design every item that I sell and am delighted to answer any questions that you have.