In space no one can hear you scream lyrics.
PERPETUITY, REPERTOIRE, PROPRIETOR.
So this man goes to a talent booker and tells him he has a talking dog.
Man: What’s on top of a house?
Man: What’s outside a tree?
Man: Who was the greatest baseball player?
“This is ridiculous. Get out of here.” The booker kicks them both out.
Outside, the dog turned to the man and says, “Maybe I should have said DiMaggio.”
Why should it be so hard to get it right? This is the 21st century. Other comics here don’t seem to have this problem. “Rabbits Against Magic”, Lemon’s other comic has intense colors.
Entropy isn’t what it used to be.
OK, I haven’t posted here for a while. I came back and noticed Alley and Ooola’s skin now appears almost ghostly white. When Lemon and Sayers started their version of the strip their skin was much darker as can be seen on the screen in the upper left corner. Their skin seems to have become lighter with time. I went back and looked. The most recent transition seems to be from September 7th to 9th. Even Doc appears much lighter after this. Little Oop still has darker skin last Sunday.
I am not trying to insinuate that there is any significance or intent for this. It’s just an observation.
Watt’s on second.
According to information on Wikipedia, it’s not really the same company. The original Montgomery Wards stopped operating in 2001. In 2004 the rights to the name were purchased by DMSI.
“Direct Marketing Services Inc. (DMSI), an Iowa-based direct marketing company, purchased much of the intellectual property assets of the former Wards, including the “Montgomery Ward” and “Wards” trademarks, for an undisclosed amount of money." “DMSI’s version of Montgomery Ward was not the same company as the original. The new company did not honor its predecessors’ obligations, such as gift cards and items sold with a lifetime guarantee.”
DMSI itself was bought out by The Swiss Colony, now known as Colony Brands, in 2008.
Well, they stopped the catalog. They did have an online presence. But didn’t put in the recourses needed to make it successful.