I think it’s just a shading thing, since the comic probably runs in black and white in most papers.
I would say asking someone else if they think they’re passive aggressive is kind of passive aggressive.
The way the thought balloon is structured made me think that Michael and the dad were thinking the same exact thing, which was weird. :P
I find it seriously hard to believe that someone who acts like Bernice would have any friends.
Has Luann done anything in college that isn’t related to art?
I really don’t know how much of Bernice I’m going to be able to take.
Yeah, that panel is really strange looking.
This strip is having way too much Bernice lately. Why could Luann (the star of this strip) not have a romance storyline? All the character growth and plot developments happen to other characters in this strip. Luann has basically stayed the same since starting college, which is disappointing. Both Tiffany and Bernice have had long storylines involving them growing as adults, which you would think would happen to Luann too, since she’s been in college for years now. But all that’s really happened to her is loosing her dog, tutoring kids, and her parents giving her a hard time for being lazy and messy, which all could just have easily happened with her in high school still.
This family really needs to keep a closer on their dog and their baby.
Sensible is one of the last words I’d use to describe Bernice.