Different war, Walt.
Though Skeex’s turned out okay in any case ; )
Slow down, Jim! You’re going way too fast through all this. Why not bring back Avery and Doc for awhile?
Unca scrooge? You out there? Help us out!
Walt was in WWI his life must be passing before his eyes another bait and switch he will wake up and talk about his dream. But part of me hopes he dies he is like 121 years old and they need to stop ageing the characters or finally let them go. Skeezix is like 100 now slim and clovea are like in their 80s
Walt and Corky drive up to the lake cabin, and run into a real smart guy, 51 years ago today in the Alley:
Now they are in World War II (and today we are in a war to get vaccinated to curb the COVID pandemic)!
Hear Ye’, Hear Ye’! Stu’s posts from yesterday are posted on the Alley Cats page. Only 16 people have seen it so far, which leads me to think that more than a few haven’t checked it out yet. Oh, and the next person to join will be the 50th member! Sorry….no prizes go with that honor.
Why does Skeezix look like Walt?
Is Walt going to die – he’s seeing his life flash before him…
This arc is wonderful – although a bit bittersweet – considering what i fear is coming
Don’t be silly Abretha, ANYTHING can happen in a dream. Brenda dispenses with the leg paint and rises to meet a new day.
But oh, that gorgeous mystery man with the eyepatch, if only HE was real…
Ummm…. what?? Can a dream within a dream come true?
BSR: September 23, 1945
With El Fido and his compadres chased out of Conniption to go find another third-world location to destabilize, Marshal Rick gets back to his important work.
ROS: January 20-24, 1961
Sunday – https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EyOUUdzXAAMRtRT?format=jpg
“Welcome to the army, son. Here’s your green sweatshirt that says ‘ARMY’ in big white letters, in case you forget.”
Is Walt’s life flashing before his eyes? Has his time come?
I like the way the ‘toons are set up at Stu’s twitter page. Only thing is I can’t comment there since I am not a member, but I like how the comics are stacked for easy viewing and the enlarge function is satisfactory.
I still say Walt’s life is flashing before his eyes.