Cannonball into a belly flop!
Kid thinks his dad is a trampoline.
Hop on Pop!
Love the one-eyed gull pic! It’s a nice concept, that Seagull has a generational relationship with the family. And our current Seagull’s expression in the last panel—wow.
The blank eyed stare on whatever that is is scary. Do you all suppose there was some sort of Alien human encounter? That would explain a lot l
I guess that was too hideous to draw…
Birth control. Just thinking about having a Sterling…….
Beautiful images today. The carefully composed coloration and the depicted “solidity” of objects (enhanced by the moving “camera” angles) gives these things a feel of the substantial not often encountered in such (deceptively) simple comic strip art. Plus, the abrupt change in POV in the last panel injects a jolt of funny into today’s… um… funny papers.
Sterling is really creepy in this one.
Mom: “Oh yeah. I knew there was something I’d forgotten. To lock the cage.”
On the plus side, at least he got a fraction of a second to brace for it. I’ve been awakened by my bellybutton striking my spinal cord in that situation.
Happened to me.
At least he didn’t set Dad on fire.
Good one! Hahahaha!
Oh!! My SPLEEN!!
Just looking at the first panel put me on alarm.
I like Sterling’s little outfit.
How can there not be some rib damage? Or sudden awareness of a sensitive region?
You know, I think I did do that to my dad once in my youth. His revenge was swift, though.
Poor Dad woke up just in time to see the incoming pain!
The Sterling maneuver, everyone knows that.
Pirate seagull photo, from Dad’s days fighting interdimensional aliens
Sterling needs some true-life examples of “Actions have Consequences.”
I think he wants to pound Sterling.
That child is the devil.
The kid is a little young for a unibrow… Very disturbing
At least it wasn’t a little further south..
April 15, 2016