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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Upcoming Mystery Panel of Doom

Jeez, I hope he's OK.


angryparsnip said...

Dill seems to be OK with it at this point. . . Great drawing !

Kid Shay said...

That would make a great Far Side panel. All you need to add is a cow or two.

Happy July 4th!

Decur said...


paul bowman said...

Not going to be able to sleep again.

nicolás said...

Very nice style!
and this drawing have a real vertigo!!!
best wishes!

mark said...


MGPetrino said...

I would not worry about Dill. Shamans cross time and space easily.

My favorite Dill cartoon is the one where he asked for and got the unusual toy he felt sorry for. He and I are on the same wavelength in this regard.

That cartoon also reminds me of the great song "The Marvelous Toy" by Tom Paxton. The chorus is:

"It went "zip" when it moved and "bop" when it stopped and "whirr" when it stood still.
I never knew just what it was and I guess I never will."

MGPetrino said...

I'd like to leave this little link for the Marvelous Toy as sung by John Denver, whom I still miss.


Anonymous said...

Yay, cul de sac is now subbing for "Cathy" in the Kalamazoo Gazette!! Here's to hoping it stays there!!

Mike Rhode said...

You've sent Dill to Fairfax County?!