Featuring AtomicClock, but also deserving an introduction, a cameo appearence by Velveeda Clock!
Now: In order to take this movie in context, and understand whatever social-political commentary it is making, let me post an exerpt from an artical posted by Tom to the NG news forum:
CBLDF DEFENDS STU HELM IN KRAFT LAWSUIT
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is defending Chicago cartoonist
Stu Helm against Kraft Foods in a trademark dilution and
infringement suit over Helm's nickname King VelVeeda. The Phillip
Morris owned cheese food giant is suing Helm to stop using the name
on any comics or illustration work and for punitive damages of three
times the amount he has made from using the name. They are also
seeking a preliminary injunction that would prevent him from using
the nickname leading into and during the trial. Helm had been
signing comics under the moniker for over a decade before Kraft took
notice and is the author of the comics collection "Singles" and
operates the website Cheesygraphics.com.