Hi-heeled gum boots?
Bet he weighs less than a duck, too.
Slightly soiled after having been inserted into Mr. O’Reilley by Basil Fawlty.
Not to mention what it did for his entrenching tool.
Where both kids got their imaginations.
She prefers boysenberry more than any ordinary margarita….
I love the design here—it’s worthy of Herriman’s Coconino Co.
Or has Death had second thoughts when the tiny tyke reached to him out for a hug? It has not gone into the lake. Yet.
Schultz’s zigzag was homage to George Herriman’s use of Navajo imagery in “Krazy Kat”. Check out “Offisa Pup’s” blanket: http://www.comicstriplibrary.org/display/496 That strip was the basis for the jazz pantomime https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BX1DX68/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 first produced in 1922.
“I only am escaped alone to tell thee.”