BC was his friend.
Back to B.C., eh.
Time travel must be fun for the Wizard.
Had to think about that one for a few seconds…
So, those tablets that B.C floats across the water: has he been communicating with Wiz all those years?
Is that wheel a time machine?
BC is by Mastroianni and Hart. Wiz is by Parker and Hart. Coincidence? I think not…
It must be Comic Crossover day.
Does Wiz have to go 88 MPH to achieve his version of time travel?
Is his friend a veteran? Thanks to all of my brothers.
Ha! Watch out for Fat Broad…
Awesome. In my row of comics he is heading in exactly the right direction. I’m sure B.C. and A.D. H.D. there have a lot to talk about.
They had wheels like that for personal transportation in B.C. but it was something new in Id? I must write a scathing letter to the brand new US Department of Anachronism Control (DAnK). That should get some action!
Either Fred Flintstone or someone from “B.C.”
I hope Wiz is in the BC strip tomorrow.
Thor was the one who invented the wheel, and Peter is the one who sends out floating tablets (made out of pumice, perhaps?) to annoy people across the water who never did HIM any harm. Whereas BC himself keeps to himself and his pet wolf. And, yes, I’m leaving now. Just had a big laugh at this toon and wanted to annoy people who never did ME any harm by pointing out a thing or two……..
That’s from BC, isn’t it? Admittedly, I don’t read BC.
Prayers for the fallen, the wounded, their caretakers, and their families, and those who continue to serve.
He visiting his veteran friend to rig up his wheel with a DoD-like version with a lithium battery.
I have some suspect. LOL!
Yabba Dabba Do!
It’s too bad that “Hi and Lois”, “Beetle Bailey” and “Hagar The Horrible” didn’t do anything like this today. Think about this before you slam me and tell me I don’t know what I am talking about – I’m from that generation so most of us that were alive can understand how they all tie in together.
The wizard has his own conveyance, alright.
Mastroianni and Hart