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Which led to this: And for the younger members in the audience: Bagism was created by John Lennon and Yoko Ono as part of their extensive peace campaign in the late 1960s. The intent of bagism was to satirize prejudice and stereotyping. Bagism involved wearing a bag over one’s entire body. According to John …
shhh, it’s fine is on the web HERE. The artist has chosen to remain anonymous. It isn’t really a “comic” in the traditional sense. It’s more like illustrated commentary. I think its wonderful.
It’s important to choose your issues. Not everything vying for your attention deserves it. Savage Chickens by Doug Savage is on the web at (of course!) SavageChickens.com.
Pearls Before Swine by Stephen Pastis is on the web HERE. I love it when a comic expands beyond the normal topics of idiots and anvils and explores some tougher issues. Even something as dark as Death is a little different when it’s coming from the mouths of a talking pig and rat. And …
(Click Image to Imbiggen) Bob the Angry Flower is on the web at AngryFlower.com.
I like the idea that our purpose in life might not be Grand and Exulted, it might be something quite simple. Will Rogers (might have) said, “We all can’t be heroes, for someone has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by.” (source) LunarBaboon, on the web HERE, put it like this:
(Click to imbiggen) Stephen Notley’s Bob the Angry Flower has really been on point lately. You can follow the comic HERE.
It’s not terribly hard to find Woodstock, but there are other things that make this image fun: Why is their sink full of lemons? They have just missed their bus Pre-coffee Snoopy is adorable!
There’s a wonderful graphical essay on Christianity and capitalism posted to The Nib, which you can read HERE.
shhh, it’s fine is on the web HERE. The posting schedule is very sporadic, but always wonderful when he does. The artist has chosen to remain anonymous.
Anyone who has ever owned a cat has wondered this at one time. ButtPoems by J. Smith is on the web HERE.