Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Love letters



The monsoon after the dry season:

Barkeater Lake by Corey Pandolph
Bob the Squirrel by Frank Page
Drabble by Kevin Fagan
Garfield by Paws, Inc.
Sherman's Lagoon by Jim Toomey

Here's the original Garfield:


And my improvement: (for what its worth.)


The Drabble gag (again for what its worh) actually does work better with the SPP.


And then there's good ol' Barkeater Lake:

Yes, I am a sucker for any sort of attention. Thank you, Corey, I love it. I hope confounding ninety-nine percent of your readers was worth it.

7 Comments:

Blogger Mike P said...

Tomorrow's Nancy has one.

10:12 PM  
Anonymous DemetriosX said...

As does Baldo. Man, whenever Baldo uses an SPP it always seems to be really bad.

2:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, I think Barkeater Lake's sort of seems like a camera pan thing. I looks like it starts from the front, pans around the side, shows the back, then back to the front. It's not action, exactly, but it's not just a timing panel. Should it count?

6:31 AM  
Blogger narthan said...

is drabble really one? she is counting on her fingers. That's an action, sort of.

8:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Drabble is definitely necessary. The timing is much better with it. If it wasn't there, wouldn't the final separated "eve" be strange? I thought of this site when I read it.

7:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pwned by Pandolph, , and you know it.

7:54 PM  
Anonymous Ferrick said...

If Barkeater puts in the name of the blog, then your traffic goes up. By not putting it in, people will wonder what the blog is and then have to go searching for it and might find you among the sea of comic blogs if they use the right search phrases.

By not putting it in, then it is a direct jab at you, almost like an inside joke. I like that better, actually

9:54 PM  

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