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It is a large dog. Berkeley wondered if anyone would notice. “Ha Ha!” he snickered to himself. “I bet they will think it is a tree!” Let not the 2nd panel deceive you. He threw that in there as a mixed perspective red-herring. But you can’t fool everyone all the time. Some were bound to notice.
This device should be handed out with every Asylum film or other SyFy offering. Except it would probably overload.
I think Templo was commenting on the floating text: “Dinner and a Show” might have been better worded “Show and a Dinner”.
There’s nothing wrong with Bucky that a falling piano wouldn’t cure.
Okay… good or bad comic aside, stop and think a moment Jke: “Don’t like it, don’t read it”? How do you know if you’re going to like it until you read it? That’s right… think a moment.
I mourn for this generation. Like you say, “Get over yourself.” Your reply was more insulting and objectionable than the original comment… which at least showed some pity for the prey.
The mice are smarter, can fight back, and have a hidden arsenal.
Squawk, your comment is funny because of your avatar.If it were anyone else, my reply would be: “It’s not a bird. It’s a cartoon. Well… an ex-cartoon.” ;D
Looks to me like he’s a natural for weather forecasting. Or politics. Or scientist!
I do recall someone of limited reasoning ability being called a “yo-yo”. There may be some correlation between that and public view of the practice.
The main flaw in that examination is that there’s an actual attic there.