Here Comes Your Sun

oh140731RJ braids logic into long strands of tasty Twizzlers that he snacks on to keep his blood sugar up between bouts of arguing with Verne.

It’s an adaptive survival technique.

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The Impossibilities Are Endless

oh140730Actually, in reality, it would take eight minutes for the dim signal to get to the sun and eight more minutes for the dimming to be felt on Earth.

Fortunately, Over the Hedge doesn’t exist in reality.

 

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The One With a Dimmer Switch For the Sun

oh140729For the six people out there wondering why we used a dot screen for the last two panels and didn’t just shade the sky a darker shade of blue…  We’re not strange modern day pointillists, but slaves to the daily newspaper where comics are still black and white (and dot gray). New fangled color is for the intertubes.  Everyone else gets 2-bit color.

I don’t make the rules. I just stare at them until they get bored and go watch Adventure Time.

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Global Climate Tickling

oh140728Over at the gocomics.com comments they’re having another temperature tempest over today’s cartoon. Facts aren’t very much in evidence.  They never are when they blow their nose in the face of the truth.

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The One Almost Entirely in the Dark

oh140727I write these black out panel cartoons to give T a break from drawing. No other reason. It’s just because I’m a nice guy. Who cares.

Also, I once made T draw a whole stadium full of people. In detail. With hats. Hats are hard to draw. Especially cowboy hats.

But now we’re even.

Sort of.

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Spray It Forward

oh140726Always.

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Extinction Event

oh140725Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

Wrote the history major.

 

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