I just finished reading the great Italian Disney parody “Metopolis” starring Mickey Mouse (called “Topolino” in Italian) in which Minnie plays Maria. Fantastic art by Paolo Mottura. The villains are Pete and the Phantom Blot. Worth looking at even if you can’t read Italian and know the original story.
Google translate from Russian: “Because we can.”
I think this is a comment on climate change causing rising sea levels.
In cities where plastic bags are banned, there is often an extra charge for the store to provide paper bags if you haven’t brought your own.
All prisons are required to allow comic strip villains to escape from time to time, for the greater narrative good. At least guys like Splitface don’t get out of jail free as often as the Beagle Boys.
Goes with his thick fingers.
The antique allusions in this strip are amazing. “Forever Amber” was a bestselling historical romance novel in 1944 and three years later made into a hit movie.
According to most politicians, serious discussions take place only around kitchen tables—that’s where you have to eat when you have something important to discuss.
Charcuterie is only cold cooked meats. Looks like the colorist turned some of them into cheese and crackers.
RFI remotes don’t have to be aimed at anything, in theory. Sometimes it helps, though.