The mystery comic.
They ran out of black ink, again.
No internal dialog in this one, that’s just another low cloud.
Perhaps it is weekly a caption competition, just a poorly publicised one
Is every Sunday gonna suck now?
Reported, for the nth time. They really don’t care, do they….
Another half done Half Full.
This is getting a bit regular !
Just veg. Don’t think about anything.
Drinking a birch beer Beaver thinks to itself in a snarky tone, “Gee I wonder what’s going on under the frozen pond at home?”
I need a few moments of being without a thought. Looks lovely.
“Can’t see my shadow here, under the umbrella; looks like 6 more weeks of winter…
for everyone else."
It’s Write Your Own Dialog day!
Clearing my mind…..aaaaaah
Maybe it’s all a setup for an April Fools joke in 3 months?
Leave it to Beaver! …who called out with a fever. “She’s under the weather”.
Another use of the “CMY no K” color palette.
Suckers. I told them spring was right around the corner and was able to score a real deal on this club med vacation.
Thinking of nothing while having a cool drink.
I wish that they’d fix this. It is one of my favorite carttons and our paper doesn’t carry it.
So much for his Twitter account…
Get your act together. 3rd time.
Caption Contest Entry;
“Thanks to all the “Groundhog Day” licensing fees, it’s another six weeks of summer for me.“
Maria posted the comic on her Facebook Page. Here it is with the black ink.
Punxsutawney Phil didn’t care that there would be six more weeks of winter as he was going on vacation!
Come on, editors! The first time, I thought it an honest error, second suspicious that it happened two weeks in a roll. Now, I just want to know if you are doing something on purpose, or you are really that sloppy and don’t care. Neither way makes you look good.
Found it on her Twitter account. It’s topical. https://twitter.com/mariascrivan/status/1358448744983891969/photo/1
Search for Maria Scriven on Facebook – the cartoons show up properly there, in all 4 colors :)
I’ve been trying to get this resolved, you can read it on FB: www.facebook.com/mariascrivan or on Twitter: @mariascrivan
Maybe we’re suppose to write our own caption. Now, what humorous thought could that beaver be thinking?