Friday, February 26, 2010

Two-fer

 
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11 comments:

DreadedCandiru2 said...

You could just as easily called this "Dueling Lowlives"; we have on the one hand an idiot woman who thinks every God-damned thing is a slam against her and on the other, an insensitive, self-important jerk of a man. No wonder the other characters can rely on their being cretins.

forworse said...

I LOL'd at a line drawing being told she was non-linear!

howard said...

I agree with forworse. I laughed in a most non-linear way at how non-linear you were in your use of the word "non-linear".

Lady said...

I laughed out loud at these! I love the contrast.

Destroyer of Worlds said...

Heheh, Comic strip wars! This should soo happen in real newspapers!

April Patterson said...

No wonder the other characters can rely on their being cretins.

They certainly do deserve one another.

April Patterson said...

I LOL'd at a line drawing being told she was non-linear!

I agree with forworse. I laughed in a most non-linear way at how non-linear you were in your use of the word "non-linear".

forworse and howtheduck, I confess I didn't even think I of this when I was coming up with John's line (spoken, not drawn)--maybe because I was imagining Elly working this comic from an encounter with John and the whole thing was too close to me at that moment. But... Happy accident. :)

April Patterson said...

I laughed out loud at these! I love the contrast.

Thanks. :)

April Patterson said...

Heheh, Comic strip wars! This should soo happen in real newspapers!

And this is just the kind of thing to cause Elly to unhinge that jaw of hers. ;)

Cedar said...

There's something so Glengarry Glenross about John's panel.

April Patterson said...

There's something so Glengarry Glenross about John's panel.

Foob scripted by David Mamet is something I would love to see. Or draw. :)