So he’s branched out from werewolves to clothing alligators now? 8*)
How much longer are we going to stall moving the story along with all these sight gags?
A couple of things. First, when I first got my drivers license at 14, I had to take the color test and found out I was slightly red-green colourblind. Basically shades of red or green, I can still see the red and green stoplights just fine. Therefore, I really can’t make an accurate judgement as to what the colouring is like on this strip, too greenish or otherwise.
One other thing to consider, monitors can be all over the place as far as accurately displaying colours so if you haven’t had yours calibrated to make sure the colours are being accurately reproduced, it’s really hard to say what the original colours were that Jonathan is using. Just the conversion to display the artwork on GoComics may also affect the way the colours come out.
Yeah, no kidding.. Joey has infantilized Oop to the level of a 5 year old child. Perhaps her strength is writing children level characters, like Little Oop, not a full grown caveman who goes around "knocking great big monsters down to their knees ". This version of Oop would need to be told to come in out of the rain and would politely ask great big monsters to please get down to their knees.
This is going on waaaaaay too long…
Crocs in Australia also.
There are several places that sell balut in the LA area. Haven’t been tempted to try it. 8-)
This is probably the best so far of the Lil Oop series.. colours are pretty decent.
The colour’s not bad today. Now, if we can just get Doc out of that putrid coloured disco outfit….
Every little bit helps…(responding to the 1939/1946 post)