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Imagine This by Lucas Turnbloom

Imagine This

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  1. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 4 days ago

    Scarily enough, it is.

  2. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 5 days ago

    This is the only time Claremont actually practiced attacking somebody. I’m glad it was Berle.

  3. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 8 days ago

    I worked in libraries for many years and love them. There’s a certain type of craziness that only seems to happen in libraries, and I think I miss that the most.

  4. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 12 days ago

    Todd’s pants, I kid you not, are based on Chico Marx. I love the Marx Brothers.
    And I’m going to remember the proper spelling of WHOA. I love horses, too.
    Maybe we need Chico Marx on a horse.

  5. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 15 days ago

    This has always made me laugh, because it’s just so…weird and silly. It’s the product of drawing at 1:00am. But this is Claremont in a nutshell: insecure and lovable.

  6. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 17 days ago

    Yeah, that was pointed out to me before. We can safely assume they never made the team.

  7. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 18 days ago

    The football gag was brilliant to at least a billion of us. After that, the count starts to get iffy.

  8. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 19 days ago

    Interesting. That’s probably subconsciously worked its way onto the page. My wife has said that if she were a dog I would listen to her more.
    Of course I would.
    “What did I just say?”
    Bark. Bark-Bark. Bow wow.
    Got it.

  9. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 19 days ago

    Between genius and moron, the truth lies.

  10. Stephen Beals GoComics Pro Member commented on Adult Children 21 days ago

    Yep. He’s looking at one like Premiere, which you secure with about $200 to get $300.
    Unfortunately, I write what I know all too often.