This was when I first realized The Boondocks was a truly great strip.
I thought they looked too old for kindergarten. Maybe James was held back a few years.
The snowmen get cranky without their corncob pipes, button noses, and eyes made out of coal.
Fortunately, we still have Hanukkah! Havah nagilah, havah nagilah…
Does it smell like my high school chemistry classroom?
This reminds me of David Brin’s book “The Postman.”
Can we just talk about how beautiful the visual storytelling is here? Multiple perspectives on the room, the faces, the contrast in the positions of the characters’ bodies…I’m firmly convinced Watterson could have been an animator if he wanted.
“Let’s put our beloved characters in an Independence Day special where they ALL EXPLODE!” The St. Louis Star, June 18, 1905
I like how these stay topical despite not having any direct political references.
Can you imagine having a friend who treats you this way? I’d get rid of that friend.