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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Wha' Happen?


This is today's Almanack, yet another one that somehow devolved into a finger puppet. My first idea was to do an ilustrated version of McClellan's book, each illustrated incident being done in a different style. Dr. Seuss for McClellan, Edward Gorey for Dick Cheney and Don Martin for G.W.Bush. But it sounded better than it looked, and I couldn't get my hands on enough actual bits from the book to work with. Hence, this


And this was an Almanack from about two years ago, showing how prescient I was in predicting McClellan would write a book, though I was all wrong on the book itself. I was also wrong in spelling "McClellan". Fixing this mistake, I clearly recall, made Washington Post's Ace Comics Editor Suzanne Tobin late for dinner. And notice how very much this drawing of McLellan resembles the more recent drawing of McClellan. It's almost eerie.

3 comments:

here today, gone tomorrow said...

Alice's aggravation in today's Sunday strip is delicious.

Kid Shay said...

I keep wondering if McClellan is the only person in the world who doesn't get that the title of his book is a joke.

Of course, the content could very well be a joke, too; I just can't be bothered to read it.

Bob Burnett said...

Hmmmmm....seems you have a bit more McClellan receding comb-overness going this time around.