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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller

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  1. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 8 days ago

    He’s a rip-hop artist.

  2. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity about 1 month ago

    “Student loans are reasonable…”
    (nose grows)

  3. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot Classics 2 months ago

    http://youtu.be/zvfD5rnkTws

  4. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 3 months ago

    Obscure joke: The grease fire house was later bought by Samantha Morton.

  5. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 3 months ago

    He always prefers the simplest explanation for mysteries; he believes in Occam’s Razor.

  6. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot Classics 3 months ago

    At first, I was skimming his description and thought he was describing a Katamari game:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katamari_(series)

  7. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 3 months ago

    And now the only relationship of these still going is Nichols and Sawyer.

  8. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Frank & Ernest 3 months ago

    Named for his famous play, “Long Day’s Journey into Night.”

  9. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 3 months ago

    SPOILER ALERT: @JudgeDoom.

  10. Sillstaw GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 3 months ago

    The black blood has two likely explanations.
    1. Blood is too much for the funny pages. After all, kids aren’t going to read about the situation in Syria, but they might want to see what happens with Luann and Quill.
    2. Most newspapers print daily comics in black-and-white. Coloring the blood red would look good in color, but in black-and-white it would look like she’s bleeding white.

    The admitted flaw of both these arguments, of course, is that they assume that the newspaper industry is more important than most people think it is.