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  1. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 2015 10 months ago

    It’s my heart! SCREAMING! I can’t stop cha-chuckling over this one. Welcome back Berke, luv ya more than ever!

  2. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on Lug Nuts over 1 year ago

    he does it for the lute

  3. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on Lug Nuts over 1 year ago

    I suppose one might have flaring ears, if one were a horse, as I’m clearly not.

  4. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on The Fusco Brothers over 1 year ago

    viva la indifferance!

  5. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on Rabbits Against Magic about 2 years ago

    nice x-ray zzzz-ap! Ear bones!

  6. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 2 years ago

    Brilliant balance of scene, and Lamont focusing on the wrong side of her emotional opening, proving once again his uber geekness! Great one Darrin!

  7. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on The Fusco Brothers over 2 years ago

    That’s a perfect Lars delivery of doing exactly what’s been asked for, i.e., a bullseye in once again challenging the judges’ patience! Bravo, Fusco! Your foot is forever fitted to thine mouth.

  8. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on WuMo over 2 years ago

    A Narwhal!! Love to imagine a floating pool table?? Surrounded by a moat?? Where’ is that fun time pool hall to be found, one muses, some exotic Caribbean resort? watch out for the pool sharks, eh, haha.

  9. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on Darrin Bell over 2 years ago

    Excellent panel, love the pirate hat ‘accessories’. That must be Chief Elephant Lipton and his merry band of Dainty Dippers?

  10. Bradley Westervelt GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast almost 3 years ago

    he thought it was an honorable profession…