Vtuber, creature from the void, borrower of faces, thought leader.
THE LORD (society) is going to have a LOT (French) to say about THIS ONE (Godard.)
Yeah that’s it, mystery solved. I wonder how many mysteries Godard solved during his life (which is still ongoing.) Let me tell you about the French New Wave director Godard, who made a number of… wait… wait just a second. Wait just a dang minute… who are you? Where am I? Am I living in a society? (French?) This might just be one of Godard’s ding dang New Wave films! Hello, welcome to the GoComics Garfield comments section. We have a lot of fun here, for readers young and old. I’m a Premium Member, which means I get Garfield e-mailed to me every single day. It’s a great service (not sponsored.) (Godard.) (French.)
When in France (French) do as the French (France) do. Comment!
Give them some snacks! It’s a cold, terrible world… and pets want snacks! Give them the snacks! I don’t know if I really believe this, or if I’m just looking for something to say. I wonder how often Godard has felt like this. Having seen a number of his films, I’m guessing pretty often.
I don’t buy it! I just don’t buy any of the comics in this arc. Sorry, Jim, they all can’t be winners. But still… it’s Garfield, and we all love Garfield (American.)
I simply do not believe that this would happen. Then again… many fantastical things happen in the Godard film “Weekend” (French) and that is a celebrated masterpiece. So who am I to say?
He does have those “Creep Eyes.” To be honest, and fair to Jon, Godard also has creep eyes, and he’s a world renowned filmmaker (French.)
Lots of fun colors! Godard worked largely in black and white, but he had a few color films as well… such as Weekend! I wonder what Godard (French) thinks about Garfield (American.)
I’m with Garf on this one! So is Godard, I’m sure, but I have not spoken to him directly on the matter. There’s still time though! He’s still alive, as far as I know. I bet he’s still thinking really hard about society (French) too.
Jim should take it a step further than that, even. Let’s “Hard Candy” Jon Arbuckle.