December 07, 2018
June 19, 2018
Another old drawn-new drawn character interaction.
I knew he is a Schroedinger-cat.
When I saw Old Garfield pass by Present Garfield,I remembered how Garfield changed in the second decade(30th Anniversery book)’
Garfield sure was fat when he first appeared
Wha- huh?! Wha?! His past self is visiting?!
Past Garfield must have used a time machine.
the old Garfield in this strip actually doesn’t look like the actual 1978 Garfield
LOOK AT DISSSS DUDEEEEE!!!!!!!!
hilarious with a capital h.Garfield is the master of laughter.
i love Garfield
He said help yourself. Garfield. Said. Help. Yourself.
When in 1987 did they invent time machines?
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