Lawyers from Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr don’t appear on screen in the new feature-length documentary “Feels Good Man” until about 72 minutes in. But boy, by the time they arrive are you glad to see them. 

“Feels Good Man,” which is set to hit streaming services on Friday, tells the story of Matt Furie, the wide-eyed, lovable slacker cartoonist who created Pepe the Frog. For those unfamiliar, Pepe was a character in Furie’s “Boy’s Club” comic books which featured a quartet of wide-eyed, lovable slacker animals and heavy doses of jokes about drinking, partying, and flatulence. It’s perfectly understandable if “Boy’s Club” wasn’t exactly on the average Lit Daily reader’s radar.

“Feels Good Man” movie poster. (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

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