There’s always room for more pet cartoons!
Thats a famous New Yorker cartoon line.
Gee guys, it’s day one. Let’s see where it goes. I like the idea of switching between dogs and cats.
I love the cat’s face!
I’ll try it. I’m in for more cat/dog cartoons.But, step it up more, ok?
Enough with the dogs and cats! How about some more squirrels!!! ;)Seriously, though, good luck with the comic!
Could be he’s just trying to make more money off his book. His website (up and unaltered since November) has no archive, so it’s possible he made the book then decided to turn it into a comic strip.
Not sure how anyone who bought it would feel about that. It’s also a little early to be touting t-shirts here after only releasing a single strip.
Maybe I’m just being cynical, though I’ve seen this sort of thing before.
Ouch! Yes, the New Yorker cartoon with a similar line has indeed just been pointed out to be. I honestly wasn’t aware of it here in merry old England, but it must have crossed the pond somehow and arrived in my consciousness! Anthony
‘pointed out to me’ I meant to say!
Alternative launch cartoon now in place! (Phew!)
Welcome and good luck! I’ll be following …
Mr. Smith, I like to remember what Theodore Roosevelt said: "“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, . . . who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds. . .”
Thanks, all. Some great comments here… do stay tuned and I look forward to hearing from you again as things progress. (Hopefully!)
I’m ready to try a new cat/dog comic strip. Heck – why not? Hope it turns out to be great.
This looks like it’s going to be fun!