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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Christmas Rerun


I think I posted this last year, but not formatted correctly. It's drawn from life, at least as far as the subject matter, and it's kinda pretty.

7 comments:

paul bowman said...

Funny, Petey's evolved some, hasn't he? Hard to picture the Petey of e.g. today's strip falling back to outraged panic escape mode.

The Beerman said...

This is no plug for Zippy the Pinhead, but did you know that there have been some strange similarities between Zippy and the "Cul de Sac" strip over the past week? The God-themed strip of Dec. 12....

http://www.gocomics.com/culdesac/2008/12/12/

was quite similar to that found in Zippy's 12/12 strip [check zippythepinhead.com]. And if that weren't enough, things got stranger on the 17th, when (just two spots down on the Washington Post comics page) Cul de Sac reflected Zippy's odd use of the Marimba! Or is it the other way around?

http://www.gocomics.com/culdesac/2008/12/17/
[Again, check zippythepinhead.com to compare]

Shocking! Just what is going on here? Are you two in cahoots?

Best,
Todd

Joe said...

That is funny. "No matter how hard she tried...." Good job.

Dale said...

Oh my God. You are so good.

paul bowman said...

Hm, I noticed the marimba thing too. Curious.

here today, gone tomorrow said...

I remember this one! The look on Petey's face...

Boy, I still miss Woodies.

Raina said...

Love this strip. The subtle colors are perfect.