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Yes, the nerve of people, thinking something isn’t funny when it isn’t funny.
It’s the READER’S fault that they don’t recognize what a brilliant artist I am. Even when I’m one step above stick figures.
Ah. A comic with a little heart. That’s going to upset some people.
Or Ms. Jaimes can’t draw pretty girls.
That was after Sparky had been going for almost 40 years. This is two weeks old. A bit soon to be running out of gags.
There’s nothing wrong with your comprehension. It’s just not a joke. Nancy gave an app a bad rating because…well…because it didn’t make a plant grow. That’s actually the whole thing.
It’s easy enough to understand, it’s just hard to understand how it’s even a joke.
So I guess this is it: every day, a self-conscious trendy reference (to make sure everybody knows that Nancy is modern, of course), combined with substandard art, and a joke that isn’t a joke.
You know, it always bothers me with legacy strips. There are so many fine artists who would love a steady gig. Why can’t the syndicate hire one who can at least draw?
I would think that the first comic would be a particularly good one, since you have time to do it, aren’t yet on a grueling schedule, and aren’t running out of ideas.