I’ve never seen one before either, but it looks like an awesome innovation. I sure wish they had them back in the day. It definitely looks preferable to breastfeeding in a toilet stall (which I ended up doing only once and swore never again), or sitting on a bench in a mall with a bunch of leering teenage boys roaming around, or having to run back to the car when out shopping, etc.
Maybe his ego couldn’t take not getting the adulation he was apparently hoping for but not receiving. He also retired from GC/AM shortly after.
John Glynn (former GoComics/Andrews McMeel president) did with his horribly ill-conceived and not brief enough vanity project, “Ask a Portly Syndicate Person.“ The first time appeared to have been an accident, but after that, he occasionally trolled us readers by cutting off panels to the point of making them unreadable.
Tauhid with the masterful art again. Nearly every panel with a unique and interesting background choice. Would love to see this with the correct color grading, though, GoComics.
Yes, that would appear to be a singular “briffits: clouds of dust that hang in the wake of a swiftly departing character or object,” as per Mort Walker’s The Lexicon of Comicana.
By the way, JH&Cats, you may have missed me asking you a while ago about the newspaper you mentioned that carries the intro panel for Wallace the Brave. Do you mind saying which paper that is? And might you be able to check to see if the e-edition also carries the intro panel?
Thanks for any info.
Very cool of Steenz to continue a one-panel New Year’s tradition that started with Mark Tatulli.
Which paper is this, and can you see if the intro panel is viewable in the e-edition as well? Does this paper carry Nancy (with intro panel) also?