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Monday, October 11, 2010

Today's Cul de Sac, October 11 2010


OK, who doesn't want to see comics about Italian Renaissance clowns? Nothing'll perk up a cartoon like commedia dell'arte! I'm thinking I've pretty much cornered the obscure reference niche, scaly mammal/archaic theater division, in newspaper comic strips.

4 comments:

Luna said...

That drawing of Alice as a renaissance clown made me bash my head against my desk I was laughing so hard. Rock on.

odessasteps said...

I hope we see Petey dressed as Pagliacci.

Mike said...

Gotta say, the girl was halfway there to begin with. Great pic!

Ken said...

Fantastic as always. I was curious about the mystery box on the table accompanying their wine. Crackers? Napkin dispenser? Teddy Grahms? A cereal fun pack?