These were my exact words as I dragged myself out of bed this morning to write this post!
This story is now six months long, but Karen Moy will never break me. Never!
Today's Full Strip
Don't you just love it when Uncle Joe gets dramatic? All that ominous shading. Yep, Dawn's in for another rocky ride. I know we all despise her, but she really can't seem to catch a break.
And suddenly Dawn is Two-Face!
My thought exactly As anonymous. Does that make Wilbur the Penguin?
There is nothing in the background to explain the shadow on the right side of Dawn's face. In fact, judging from her shadow on the bench, it should be on her left side. That's just creepy. On the other hand, this strip could use a little Batman drama.Poor Joe is probably bored to death.
My WordVer today is "flytee." I love how WordVer can encapsulate for us in one word so very, very much.Dawn (and Jim!)...so flighty.So, if Jim doesn't pick up (Geez!), then what? Will Dawn go to Mary's condo for a late snack and platitudes? Will she wander down to THE PIER, where Jim will be brooding? Will Dawn then trip on some hokey coil of rope, causing Jim to selflessly save her and be traumatically cured of his phobia and angst? Will he then be subsequently cured of his infatuation of Dawn because he symbolically saved his sister? Can we then, finally, move on?!
From the looks of things, Dawn, you've gotten into Spider-man's web.
I think the shadow (which really makes no sense otherwise) is an approaching person, and that person is Mary herself, called ineluctably by the call of meddling and come to tell Dawn... nothing much at all.
Well, even though the "Epic Adventures of Dawn" have now gotten to encyclopedic length... at least there's an interesting development in this 'Jim turns into a rageful maniac' volume. I just hope we're not still seeing how this plays out by the time Valentine's Day rolls around.
Pay the piper candy striper,Geez himself might just appear.This IS serious; you're DELETERIOUS.I know it must haunt you I like the pier?Casablanca, Dry Lime, it's almost a crime.You weren't supposed to interfere. Wear a jumper, make pillows plumper.This is how to VOLUNTEER.
Does anyone--especially a teenager--still say "pick up" the phone? Dawn, there's this thing called "texting." Just ask nurse Liza.
Some people are born tedious, others have tedium thrust upon them.Dawn wrote the tedi-dum handbook.
Yikes! It's the flesh-eating bacteria!!!Dear Santa,Please bring Jim a prosthetic arm so he can use it to bat Dawn's helmet head like a baseball.
Dawn has apparently gotten herself into the mesh screen mask factory. What the heck?
"Jim's mad because I have two arms. What's he going to be like when he finds out I have two faces??"
Maybe Wilbur can heal Jim by taking him fishing down at the pier, and then adopting him. Win-win-win! Jim will have his sister back sort of, Wilbur will have his son he wanted, and Dawn can remain "friends" with Jim since they will be brother and sister.
If Jim doesn't "pick up" his cell phone, Dawn can take a lesson from Gina and hire that messenger service guy with the military-looking uniform.
What have I gotten myself into? Apparently a screen door covered with flypaper.Wanders, I think the second panel might be in the running for Panel of the Year! Although I'm not sure anything can beat Gina's humongous head in the clouds.--Beagle Vet
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