Adam better not hope he’s published below “Peanuts” anywhere … reach up and touch that, and there are laws against that sort of behavior.
It’s all Leslie’s fault … after all, Ralph didn’t call it “cold chocolate”.
And here I thought “Blammo” was the sound that came from the bathroom after someone just ate them.
God-Man would always be the thinnest comic book on the rack, since every villain would be dispatched, and thus thy day doth be saved (needed some Old Testament-y God-Man language there) on page 1.
Speaking of bespoke Risk variations, today’s “Sally Forth” is appropriate: https://safr.kingfeatures.com/api/img.php?e=gif&s=c&file=U2FsbHlGb3J0aC8yMDIxLzA0L1NhbGx5X0ZvcnRoLjIwMjEwNDAzXzE1MzYuZ2lm
Oh dear God, you’re right! I must purge all memory of that particular cat-themed comic! :-)
The real question is not who is this new cat, but why Jon can’t even finish an entire cheese sandwich.
Same is true for many classic board games, as it requires new thinking about your next move. For example, “Nuclear Risk” makes you reconsider the strategy of massing a large percentage of your troops in one country.
And yet, players on the men’s team are paid significantly more than their counterparts on the women’s. :-\
Wallace should be using it to look at stock market futures.