Been doing material like this in Non Sequitur long before Stephan Pastis (who’s a good friend) even started out as a cartoonist. I just don’t do it as a regular staple like Steph does.
Ok, I don’t think he was serious, just tongue in cheek humor.
Wow. Curious how so many here today think this is a “political cartoon”. It’s called topical humor, folks. When a dopey phrase like “perjury trap” gets thrown out in the zeitgeist, satirists aren’t going to ignore it. That’s a big, juicy target, regardless of which side of the political aisle put it out there.
I guess it needs to be pointed out to many here today that THIS IS A CARTOON, and the characters are fictitious.
Those are two entirely different matters that have nothing to do with each other. It’s like saying you’re really against bank robbery, but you still want to keep your money in a bank.
I was wondering when someone would notice the year on the copyright.
There was absolutely nothing political about yesterday’s strip. Zero. Nada.
Sorry. I thought that was a pretty common phrase that was universally understood. But you could just Google it to help yourself out.
Anyone who claims dogs don’t have a soul has never had a dog in their life. They are the most noble of creatures, far surpassing humans.
He always has. Why did you think otherwise?