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Six Chix, 11/27/18
Mama Bear finds proof her husband dallied with an elegant bejewelled she-bear in her own bed. Not the right time for a visit, Goldilocks.
Sometimes it’s fun to figure out how cartoonists arrive at the language that winds up on the page. Like maybe they started with “The past is prologue” but realized a prologue just sets the stage for what follows without determining it? And didn’t realize that “The past is predicate” means essentially the same thing, but in a logical rather than a narrative context? Or think “predicate” means “predictive”?
Sometimes it’s no fun at all.
Mark Trail, 11/27/18
“What’s that you say? Education? Book-learning? I’LL BEAT THOSE BRAINS RIGHT OUT OF HIM!”
Mary Worth, 11/27/18
Am I really going to chronicle every petty indignity visited on Mary by her one-eyed demon cat?
Oh, you bet I am!
Hey lady, if you want to offload one of those cats, I know where there’s a vacancy coming up real soon.
— Uncle Lumpy