Information on the RappersEdit
Dennis the Menace is a daily syndicated newspaper comic strip originally created, written, and illustrated by Hank Ketcham. It debuted on March 12, 1951, in 16 newspapers and was originally distributed by Post-Hall Syndicate. It is now written and drawn by Ketcham's former assistants, Marcus Hamilton and Ron Ferdinand, and distributed to at least 1,000 newspapers in 48 countries and in 19 languages by King Features Syndicate. The comic strip usually runs for a single panel on weekdays and a full strip on Sundays. The comic strip became so successful that it was adapted to other popular media, including several television shows, both live-action and animated; and several feature films, including theatrical and direct-to-video releases.
Get ready, cause this is like a Nightmare on Elm Street,
The true Menance is Dennis, you peasants should bow to me.
I bring massive antics, making all the neighbors frantic,
Comic rapper from Kansas, spitting raps like toxic acid.
Set it stone that this precocious kindergartener
Is at the top of the comics chain, no one can be any larger.
Not even Big Nate has an annoyance influence like mine.
And the menacing way I rap can never be denied.
The Red Baron's nemesis is no match for Cowboy Bob.
The shooting of the Snoopy shall not cause anyone to sob.
Calvin and Hobbes aren't a challenge, Garfield's uglier than my frog,
And Dilbert's dorkiness maked me wanna shoot him with my slingshot.
Don't try to get to me, you'll have Santa and Easter Bunny to answer to.
You all are no match for the superior comic toon!
- He is the youngest rapper to appear, at five and a half years old.