Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 21, 2010

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    landshark67  over 12 years ago

    Maybe its just rapid climate change.

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    Pacejv  over 12 years ago

    @landshark67…..this one is named for you!

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    larryscountry  over 12 years ago

    Another result of “global Warming”! This is all Al Gore’s Fault.

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    lazygrazer  over 12 years ago

    The Bermuda Triangle.

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    ronaldmundy  over 12 years ago

    timewarp!…….or a “trip” i had in the 70’s.

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    loudmouthbass  over 12 years ago

    [quote]larryscountry said This is all Al Gore’s Fault[/quote]

    sorry you’re mistaken. Just like the interwebs, Al Gore INVENTED climate change.

    would someone find something for Al to do, he has to much time on his hands. Idle hands and all, you know , , ,

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    jmconlon  over 12 years ago

    I think, perhaps, that Al Gore should go back to succoring his beloved tobacco.

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    Colt9033  over 12 years ago

    Clash of the Hallucination, who will survive?!?

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    vexatron1984  over 12 years ago

    My question would be why would anyone hallucinate that in the first place?!

    Good one Wiley!

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    Barbaratoo  over 12 years ago

    This beats the New Yorker Cartoon Contest hands down! The answers that win are usually lousy and the comics just too bizarre! (Can you hear the sour grapes from someone who has submitted numerous suggestions?)

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    grapfhics  over 12 years ago

    Why is it you drink, Timmy me boy? It gets rid of the hallucinations.

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    MisngNOLA  over 12 years ago

    “Wonder if I should tell him about the bats. Eh, he’ll find out soon enough on his own, poor bastige.”

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    freeholder1  over 12 years ago

    Funny, the first snow storm the oil company men come out to say it disproves global warming and then the really early spring, the volcanic actions in Iceland, the sea level rising, the change in the gulf stream, these all count for nothing. Right. Al Gore didn’t develop the model that global warming is based on, but he makes a nice tart target to attack as the world crumbles. When it leads to a nuclear winter situation in America by changing the gulf stream, be sure to blame Al for not doing anything about it. I’m sure the yahoos will believe you then, too. if they can defrost their TVs.

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    vldazzle  over 12 years ago

    Very funny today, Wiley - and some of the comments too.

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    vldazzle  over 12 years ago

    Is this bikini the spammer? I saw the same post on FBFW

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    coot31  over 12 years ago

    Yeah, bikini030 is a covert spammer. Flagged

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    ChazNCenTex Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Would anyone WANT to hallucinate about being trapped on a desert island with a shark circling it? Now if it was a dessert island…..with a tartar sauce fountain…

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    papatotwins  over 12 years ago

    You can tell these gentlemen are Democrats. If they were Republicans, they would be hallucinating Sarah Palin in leather. And she’s saying something that makes sense.

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    Wiley creator over 12 years ago

    Please… will you people leave the political rhetoric out of here? You’re not swaying anyone, so just give it a rest.

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    runninanreadin  over 12 years ago

    grapfhics…”I get to see things in real black and white…I disPISE electric pink!” “Oh well, another day, another blue, green, electric yellow dollar…” “Come and bless it…grub!…grub!” WOW! I haven’t heard that in QUITE some time…maybe I need some of that Rhode Apple Red…lol

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    bmonk  over 12 years ago

    I like the old cartoon of the two fellows crawling through the desert when one of them reaches up and grabs the horizon line…as good a meta-joke (and use of cartoon conventions) as the one here.

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    Kaero  over 12 years ago

    Ahhh…this makes me feel so much better about my Benadryl-induced haze. (I mean, I’ve just got six-foot-tall invisible white rabbits in MY living room.)

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    cleokaya  over 12 years ago

    I sure like reading Non Sequitur in this forum. Our newspaper insists on squishing it into a tiny never changing box. Great idea for a cartoon today. I lean towards believing it’s the guy in the desert that is hallucinating. I haven’t seen mushers but I have seen bodies of water on the horizon that you can never get to.

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    benbrilling  over 12 years ago

    I don’t think the dogsled one fits very well, but it does balance the picture. I’ve seen dozens of stranded in the desert and on little island cartoons, but I don’t recall any dogsled ones. If you see a picture of someone on a dogsled you assume he’s going somewhere, not stranded. Nevertheless, I’m willing to suspend disbelief and enjoy the joke. =]

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    Wildmustang1262  over 12 years ago

    How can the shark swim in shallow water around an island with a man? Shrink all of images into a rectangle box.

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    Barbaratoo  over 12 years ago

    Kaero - my cat’s not named Pooka for nuthin’. Harvey is one of my favorite, favorite movies. And sometimes I do think my cat is a pooka…”And how are you, Mr. Wilson? Who in the encyclopedia wants to know!”

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    AKHenderson Premium Member over 12 years ago

    This looks like a preview of next week’s episode of “Lost.”

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    cfimeiatpap  over 12 years ago

    This is a masterpiece…………… Well done Mr. Miller.

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    alfracto  over 12 years ago

    The guy with the dogsled is the only one who isn’t in need of help, unless there’s a polar bear nearby.

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    1148559  over 12 years ago

    @ plus4,

    You are right. It does look better in black and white.

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    kbcds  over 12 years ago

    So, in only one panel, Wiley brilliantly explains all of the various plot twists of ‘LOST’.

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    treered  over 12 years ago

    yeah, in black & white you don’t have to fiddle with the borders between sand/water/snow. Great Toon!

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    Justice22  over 12 years ago

    Since the sledder has run out of snow he’s in trouble too… Good one!

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    Varnes  over 12 years ago

    runninandreadin, great Firesign reference. I bet you always have a Wiz in the fridge. It’s good for the hullabaluces….

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    Rarely1  over 12 years ago

    I would love to see a line a greeting cards by Wiley. How about it Wiley? Your stuff is just too good.

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    Trebor39  over 12 years ago

    No politics, just good comics. Thank you Wiley.

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    Crewman_6  over 12 years ago

    It’s not a hallucination. They’re in Texas!

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    silentbutdeadly  over 12 years ago

    I wonder if the sled dogs are looking forward to using that cactus?

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    treered  over 12 years ago

    1626 just noticed ehrnmm the spammer! flag time!

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    CatComixzStudios  over 12 years ago

    Now THIS would have made a good 4/20 comic!

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    cateymoore Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Absolutely marvelous confluence of the 3 cliches! Do I hear the Twilight Zone theme in the background?

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    kfaatz925  over 12 years ago

    Brilliant, Wiley! Thanks for the laugh!

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    Smoobor  over 12 years ago

    Thank you CatComixzStudios. I see I wasn’t the only one who thought the same things.

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    artisanx  over 12 years ago

    Hey, Can ANYONE TRACE AND THEN FLAME OUT THAT SPAMMER?! There should be an X-Prize offered!

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    bigbaldjohn  over 12 years ago

    Wiley, I get it; it’s funny!

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    MisngNOLA  over 12 years ago

    Dogsniff, I used “bastige” as an alternative to a probably bleepable word describing a fatherless person. The quote is from Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, is probably not exactly right, and is made by Hunter S. Thompson who is hallucinating at the time he says it. Obscure reference to be sure, but that’s the direction my mind wandered :-)

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    steven02345  over 12 years ago

    I guess the good that men do gets buried while one boast gets slammed in AL Gore’s face for political expediency. No one gives him credit for his relentless efforts in spreading the internet to schools and such as Vice President, we just take his exageration and hold that as our excuse for not believing in Climate Change. I guess believe what you wish…

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    pbarnrob  over 12 years ago

    The first Google hit for “bastige” is Urban Dictionary; “…someone extremely annoying but not worth wasting foul language on.”

    Sounds like Thompson, all right!

    And on the politics side: You may or not believe the data about Climate Change, but we will all see it soon enough. So keep in mind the backing of the deniers, and their entrenched investment in Status Quo, which is going to be changing; that scares many people (Tea Partiers come to mind.)

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