The verbose Mallard Fillmore game
One lone silent penultimate panel today:
Red & Rover by Brian Bassett
The panel by itself is kind of hard to read, so here it is context:
And, in a follow up to the silent Mallard Fillmore game, here is a variation:
1. Leave all the words and art intact.
2. Guess what the hell he's complaining about this time:
Is it a rant about public education, a plug for some obscure book, something about gay liberals? Whatever it is, it's a train of thought riding a rail no one else can see or follow.
(incidentally, I was going to make a joke about the book Mallard mentions as being one of those books printed on mimeograph paper with a yellow card-stock cover found in the far corner of a used book store with a giant sun-faded American flag in the window, but then I looked it up on Amazon. It does seem to be a real book, published by a real publisher. In 2001. Way to keep up with the zeitgeist, duck. If you're interested, the book is available used for 19 cents.)