Well, he was brave and clever enough to trust and follow Tommy.
Go on, panic. You know you really want to.
First time I’ve seen the mice doing anything good. I still think they should be eaten, though.
My sympathies, Maizing. The loss of a sibling hits harder than the loss of a parent. You expect your parents to die eventually, but your brothers and sisters are part of your generation. They have always been there, and you expect they always will. I found that out when my brother died a few years ago.
I get them at 4:30 pm at this time of year. In the middle of the year they change at 3:30. We don’t do that daylight saving nonsense here in Queensland.
The tree looks bare by panel eight.
I like the in-depth reporting and commentary in the third panel.