Friday, December 18, 2009

Recycled art for a recycled story arc



So, Lynn appears to be doing another iteration of the Phil-Connie storyline that she did prematurely during Christmas 2008/New Year's 2009 and seemed to wrap up back in February.  Then she probably realized she has to bring them together again if she wants to reprint the "Connie chases after Phil by going to Montreal" arc.  So in honor of that SNAFUiness is a repeat of the January 2, 2009 art, but with shiny new dialogue.

7 comments:

DreadedCandiru2 said...

I thought I recognized the artwork and the book on the night stand; I definitely recognized the stupidity that both of them commented on in both versions.

howard said...

I still like the Kama Sutra for Suburban Women title on the book, even if it is recycled.

forworse said...

This made me think that Lynn might want to start adding a note at the foot of all her strips to say, "This strip was printed with recycled humo[u]r."

forworse said...

I just had to post again so I didn't waste my verification word: salsifor. Something about it just sounds like a euphemism Phil and Connie use when they hook up. "Until I met Georgia, no one could salsifor the Ontario outta me like Connie. Whoa!"

April Patterson said...

I definitely recognized the stupidity that both of them commented on in both versions.

They can't seem to escape it. :)

April Patterson said...

I still like the Kama Sutra for Suburban Women title on the book, even if it is recycled.

Heh--thanks. I feel it helps justify the recycling. :)

April Patterson said...

This made me think that Lynn might want to start adding a note at the foot of all her strips to say, "This strip was printed with recycled humo[u]r."

Maybe it would be more efficient for her to add a note when/if she has new, fresh humo[u]r. ;)

"Until I met Georgia, no one could salsifor the Ontario outta me like Connie. Whoa!"

::snerk::

Extra points for the usage of "Ontario." :)