In the throw-away panel I recognize Krazy Kat and the Felix-the-Cat clock, but who’s the cat in the middle?
Samson seems to have referenced Tennessee Ernie Ford and Bambi Vs. Godzilla in a single panel. Well played, sir.
Horsedrake gestures hypnotically…
Rabbits against magic!
Anybody see The Prestige? Poor pigeons.
The on-line survey said that I’m not gullible.
Where’s the audience’s sense of humor? At least he didn’t do it Gallagher style.
“Load six-teen tons and what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt.Saint Peter don’t you call me because I can’t go.I owe my soul to the company store.”
1. I am jealous, I would prefer to my exercise while asleep.
2. In high school (pre-internet) I would leave a piece of paper on the floor that had “How do you keep a moron busy? See over” written on both sides of the paper. Then I’d hide and watch.
3. Shades of Monty Python (mouse xylophone, anyone?)
And after all, that rabbit could have been attacking with a piece of fruit!
Now that’s what I call Magic.
No, NO, NO!
Not the BUNNY!
A magician is never supposed to reveal his tricks
I really like those Felix clocks with the eyes that look back-and-forth, but I cannot abide the ticking.
The sleepwalker’s treadmill would be VERY popular.
Re: Gullibility survey. They actually are everywhere. My brother filled out an online form about auto insurance. His phone started ringing with sales calls before he had finished the form and hasn’t stop ringing since. !!!
The fake 16-ton weight was inspired madness. An element of mystery could have been retained if the rabbit was still there but the hat disappeared (or simply appeared on Horace’ head.
Pythonesque if you forget the last two panels.
Whew! Thank goodness it’s fake.
July 31, 2015