I love every single thing in this panel. I was thinking how interesting it is that we usually look at a big scene like this from left to right and then … Spudalicious.
This is going to take a while and several trips. Seagull’s feet ♥ What does his thought symbol mean? The owl and the little critter thinking of each other LOL All the different shapes of stars. Sigh…..
Cute!! Rosa’s a great addition
This is just wonderful! Except for Sterling, he is seriously scary.
Modern comic strips are just too wordy.
I especially love Mr. and Mrs. Maclellan’s different opinions on letting hair grow out.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, the words in this one have to all be really short to match up with the content. I like Sterling’s idea of a firefly.
This strip is terrific but without Spud, it would merely be great.
A perfect paean to summer. Thank you, Mr. Henry.
Just beautiful. Perfect.
Thank you, Will.
The owl and the rodent’s relationship is.. complicated…
Will Henry: very well done especially the small critters and their captions. Have a great Sunday my friends.
Do you suppose the little question mark on the lower far right corner could be Will’s signature? Can’t figure out what else it could be.
Spud has me laughing out loud. Only he could turn a burning marshmallow into an emergency. The look on his face is priceless.
Moon rise over Snug Harbor.
At first glance, I thought Dad was blazin’. I guess that would have made it a little less family friendly though.
I love these. You can get lost in all of the little details and can actually feel the scene.
Love it! So much to ponder.
I thought the one on the ground was a baby thinking of his mom and mom is in the upper left thinking of her baby.
This strip is just so much fun.
It’s fun to see all the characters and their thoughts both large and small.
Rose appears to eat her marshmallows raw.
Mr. Henry’s level of detail is comparable to Leo Heartas, An illustrator who illustrated a children’s book called The Apartment Book. I would always rent it from the library When I was a kid. I love the book so much that I found a used copy on Amazon.
At first I thought the owl was a human face, and I was like “Who is that guy on that corner?” lol
California Dreaming, Rhode Island style…..
Wow this is simply incredible! Everything about it is wonderful. I love how mom can read dad‘s mind. And everyone else is so on brand
Who knew that this was Dad’s dream?
Gimme a head with hair
Long, beautiful hair
Streaming, flaxen, waxen
Twisted, beaded, braided
Powdered, flowered, and confettied
Bangled, tangled, spangled, and spaghettied
I love Owl thinking of [eating] Mouse and Mouse thinking about [being eaten by] Owl!
Great little bug shadow cast on the blanket by the firelight!
As HUGE as the moon is, I almost missed it in the background…. Ha
Makes me want to take a trip to marshmallow land.
So much going on here. This is a wonderful comic.
Wallace: “For He has become Death, Destroyer of Worlds
Title panel: A house along the board sidewalk with a balloon of someone yelling “Be Quiet!”
And, of course, feral Sterling wants to put the moth on a stick and bbq it…..arrrrggggghhhh
So the real question is what are they burning in that fire? Mr. Maclellan is looking a little too relaxed.
I need to print this one!
Amazing illustration work!!
This would make an AWESOME puzzle!!!
April 15, 2016