I love Spud.
I love every single thing about this, but especially the cats in the window in the bottom corner of the last panel.
I noticed her absence, too. I think Mr. Henry must have chosen to leave her out, because she would have to chime in and explain why it wouldn’t work.
David Mitchell used that idea in the 2004 novel “Cloud Atlas,” too.
“Ew, yourself.” I love it!
Spud and Amelia are destined to end up together. That’s been clear for a while now.
I’m thinking he wants to stop time and turn “Arlo and Janis” into the type of strip where the characters never age so they dont grow any older.
The first panel alone was all I needed to satisfy my daily “Wallace” fix. The seagull wearing a bow tie. Brilliant.
It would’ve been nice to have seen the incident ourselves so we readers would know who’s telling the truth. I mean, Lemont doesn’t always have the most reliable memory.
I haven’t read “Brewster” in several weeks, but my first day back I get rewarded with a Winky “My spleen!” gag. Gotta love it.