“I don’t wanna grow up. I don’t wanna wear a tie…”
They always coming and going
Going and coming
And always too soon
He also could’ve mustered up “G. Ray Poupon.” That would’ve been a gas…
Look at panel 2 from the Aug. 31 strip to see how the right side of Tracy’s face is already nearly rectangular even when it’s rendered in detail. It’s a small stylistic step to simplify it to an actual rectangle when in the background and obscured by shadow.
So good! So good! So good! (PS: so is the avatar!)
Ro-Zan rallied a mob to use deadly force in an attempt to usurp power. His plan to “Make NMV Great Again” would seem to align perfectly with your side’s semi-Fascist goals and tactics.
Hopefully he doesn’t pull out a lion and exclaim ”Must’ve brought the wrong coat!”
Should have read down farther before posting — I knew I couldn’t have the first person to channel Adm. Ackbar.
Honeymoon will play a big part in the resolution of the story. She’s the “Wesley Crusher” of this strip. (Star Trek: The Next Generation reference for those who don’t know…)
Big Ghibli fan! But this is actually a reference to Little Nemo, by Windsor McKay (also the inspiration for Petey’s “Little Neuro” comics.) The strip took place in Nemo’s dreams, where the feet of his bed extended to walk around and transport Nemo into all kinds of imaginary lands and strange adventures.