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Kicking Squid Butt

I think today’s title is funnier than today’s comic.

It happens.

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Mary “Boom-Boom” Worth

Mary Worth vs. Joan Holloway?  Seriously?

Really not much of a contest.

One is more woman than any man can handle and the other is a fictional TV character.

 

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Cartoonist School Confessions

I have no idea what I’m wearing in this.   Not sure why T dressed me up in shorts and what looks like an Old Navy shirt from 1997.  I do wear Chucks, but not high-tops.   I did wear red high-top Chucks 20 years ago.

Which might have been the last time T and I saw each other.

I’ll send him a recent photo.

Or not.

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Perfectly Imperfect

Over the Hedge

This is a good, solid cartoon to end the year on.

Everyone be safe with all the amateurs out tonight. Remember, it’s not much of a happy new year without you in it.

Cheers!

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Toxic Affection?

Over the Hedge

Is Hammy too sweet?  Hard for me to say.  I’m pretty much the last guy on earth to be writing a sweet, lovable character (the last guy being Stephan Pastis).  I like to think he’s more wacky, than sweet.  But who knows.  If your teeth are falling out drop me a line and  I’ll consider toning him down.  But probably not.   My sense is Hammy hugs are welcomed by most everyone, inside or outside their shells.

Even Verne.

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Blood Sucking Parasites Need Absolution Too

Over the Hedge

I wonder if this would have been funnier if Verne were drawn all prune-y? Also, he should have a wide-eyed dizzy expression with his head lolled back like he’s about to pass out.

That is, if I were drawing it.

Of course, if I were drawing it, Verne would look like a deformed stick-figure tuber.

 

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