But Schulz does them right.
Back in business today--five silent penultimate panels
Between Friends by Sandra Bell-Lundy
Momma by Mel Lazarus
Overboard by Chip Dunham
Peanuts (1959 reprint) by Charles Schulz
Sally Forth by Francesco Marciuliano and Craig Macintosh
Momma fills out the Sunday space with a silent double.
And, when they work, I need to point them out. If Charles Schulz didn't invent the SPP, he perfected it. Very few can do it as well as this. (Click image to see it in a readable size.)
Step one to create a good SPP: Start with a funny gag. This is the part the bad ones miss.