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§ Matt High runs down the Post-Modern Garfield, including Garfield without Garfield, which results in the dark night of the soul kind of stuff you see above.

§ Val runs down the ever-diminishing chances of ever seeing a Batwoman comic.

§ T Campbell is interviewed at COMIXTALK

§ Jog and Leigh Walton talk about Sam & Max: Surfin’ the Highway.

§ Matthias Wivel has the “Hitler cartoons” which were recently “discovered”.

And if you believe that, I have this nice bridge to sell you.

§ Quote of the Day: Ivy McCloud:

Scott and Winter watched The Fifth Element tonight, but I opted out, and wound up spending a chunk of time helping Sky dye her hair green again. I don’t know why she trusts me. I hope it looks good come the morning.

Comments

  1. David C says:

    For the discerning fan of post-modern Garfield, these Youtube clips are pretty much the apex:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UdvyPPvDwQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUUNslMcGh8
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySGtniX4QrU

    There’s like 30 of them. They’re all pretty priceless.

  2. Those Garfield Minus Garfield strips are awesome!

    Yes, I said “awesome”.

  3. arch 14 says:

    These are reminiscent of the Garfield strips minus Garfield dialogue that surfaced about a year or so ago.

    I think I like those better than these that do away with Garfield all together – but both are miles and miles beyond what is printed daily in the newspaper.

  4. Tommy Raiko says:

    Love that Garfieldless Garfield! Not since Five-Card-Nancy have repurposed comics panels have been imbued with such philosophical weight!

  5. Muggsy says:

    Batwoman ehn……..

    When are they bringing back “Manhunter” as promised??!

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