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Mustard and Boloney by Jeffrey Caulfield and Alexandre Rouillard

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  1. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 17 hours ago

    For all who wish to order ‘A Yarn for the Strange at Heart’ (truly delightful subtitle!) through Amazon:

    The Dreadful Fate of Jonathan York

    Just noticed a moment ago the comment at the end about more shameless plugging tomorrow… and after having posted earlier about how today’s is probably a one-off! Geez, how slow and dense can I get?!

  2. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 1 day ago

    Well well… when I saw that new banner at the top of the page yesterday evening, I got to thinking: could it be, is it possible, that there may also be a new panel in the offing, even if it is only a one-off? And by golly, there is!! Though I’ll wager that that will be it for a while. Even so, I feel much as I often did during ‘The Bogey’: when matters were at their darkest, there was always something that happened to provide reassurance that all was not lost. Just seeing some of those familiar faces again is encouragement enough. And I’ll wager that equally familiar faces among those in the audience will soon be flooding in…

  3. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 1 day ago

    NB: For anyone who may be wandering in, take a gander at the new banner at the top of the page, and click. No, it’s not yet available, but it’s only a matter of time now.

  4. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Scary Gary 2 days ago

    An essential survival technique for dealing with predatory (but I repeat myself) extroverts, if reaching for your revolver isn’t an option.

  5. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 3 days ago



    Been way too long…

    Would have been wonderful if this summer had seen the long-awaited return of LSoS, but I see that it’s not to be. No, we can’t always have our ‘druthers. But consarnation, I didn’t anticipate a year ago that we would have to do without our ‘druthers for so long, and that. Even so, I’ve almost become accustlimated to life without LSoS. Almost.

    Notice the Slynderfellism that I slipped in there? And do you see where I’m taking this? Yes, even in LSoS’s absence, they have continued churning it out in a certain quirky, whimtasmagorical ice cream factory, and after considerable delay, have recently expanded their already extensive repertoire. Huzzah!!

    So, without further slackdallying, our lovely server will dish out the latest top twenty upon request:

    Auntie Grizelda’s Chunkee Monkee
    Baby Got Baklava
    Blowtop’s Woo Ganache
    Butch Cassata and the Sunkist Kid
    Constantineapolitan (Let’s Talk Turkey)
    Desmond Pucket’s Pistachio Horripilation
    Don Toblerone (An Offering You Can’t Refuse)
    The Fanta Tollbooth
    Filbert Filiblabber
    Hooray for Hazelnuts (A Taste Tease)
    Kara Biner’s Vanilla Bean Bungee Jump
    Marilyn Maracuy√° (Fifth Dimensional Flavor)
    Mooda Wocka Mocha Walnut
    Mrs. Angelini’s Cannoli Shamoley
    Nigella’s Nutella Noogie
    Pomegranate Janet (She’s a Grenadine Girl)
    Poncho’s Squirrel Nut Zefirs (and Sweet Biscuits!)
    SuperCaramelFrangipaneEggnogAppledocious
    Tangerine Dream Police
    Tiptoe Through the Juleps

    I truly hope that these all qualify as crodscollops, though I realize you may find it all very frothbuggling.

    (If you need a translation for that last, have a looksee.)

  6. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup 5 days ago

    Jan says that the ‘memory lane’ sequence is supposed to last for a couple of weeks, so it sounds as if “the married life of Val Stone and family” will likely proceed after that. I think all she meant was that she would like to do flashbacks every now and again, while at the same time continue to produce new stories.

  7. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on The Flying McCoys 5 days ago

    That’s actually a far more accurate comparison than what Shakespeare probably had in mind, unless he was being facetious.

  8. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup 8 days ago

    Having had chicken pox as a teen, I wouldn’t exactly call it ‘good’; would have been better to get it as a child, but somehow I dodged it then. Given how awful it was, I shudder to think of how horrific it must be to experience it as an adult.

  9. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 10 days ago

    And it took no more than a whiff. If they had taken a sip, they probably would be dead. As for Roy, when you have to ask what someone was thinking, chances are: they weren’t.

  10. Green Darkness GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 17 days ago

    At first I thought that the dog was TNT, but then I remembered that TNT is two-toned, and has folded ears.