At least Irving is holding the camera horizontally for his video.
What’s with the Team Bernie? I thought this is taking place at a Steve Forbes campaign event.
I loved seeing him in there!
Instead of three rocks, this features three spools.
I never knew how Mr. Bushmiller would draw Spike with a “smile,“ because his downturned mouth was such a part of his visual identity.
Talk about seeing into the future! I don’t know that I had ever seen another strip showing medical masks for the general populace in six decades.
I love the facial expression in the second panel.
I’m surprised to see Mr. Graham use chocolate as an example here. I know the treat needed to be something that could normally go on a tree that a dog might want, but unlike the sausages that Fred normally steals, chocolate can be lethal to any dog. I get there is a suspension of disbelief in any comic and I’m assuming that’s what was at the root here, but it’s still a bit surprising.
I’m looking for the other two rocks.
Before the 2000 election there was a lot of inconsistency but more often than not blue was assigned to Republicans. When the color associations were too entrenched to change after 2000, Republicans were not happy. They preferred blue because it had more of a look of gravitas and liked red for the Democratic Party because it had a subtle communist association.