Actually, didn’t they speak? I seem to remember some dialogue between the guard and Abner.
Time permitting (or plot requiring), the ever-popular monologue plot device also works to introduce the bad guys.
The room changes, Horace does not change his clothing. Gives a new spin to the phrase “changing room” so anyone with vertigo should avoid them.
Nope, by Dandy (er, Dan D.) Shoomaker. How appropriate, assuming his shoes are in fact dandy.
Hey, where did Cliff go? First we had rearranging characters (from one panel to another) and now Cliff disappears!
You and me both, artsyguy, you and me both. The willful acceptance by millions of our fellow Americans of nonsense that can’t even begin to pass the smell test is terrifying. I can’t begin to understand it (it has cost me a couple of friendships, even) but I guess that’s the point – I don’t understand how anyone can believe it, but they do, despite no evidence or even with plentiful evidence to the contrary.
The election was stolen. Democrats eat babies. Trump was a great president. Vaccines are bad. Jewish space station lasers. O.M.G., what is wrong with these people?
Or is her condition MS, which is how I read it, not whether she’s married or not. Caulfield is a bit young for that, methinks.
I think they all chose the number “1” and used the same middle finger to provide their answer. That would explain why PHB thinks they were sore losers, too!