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Here’s another gag from my good buddy, Cliff Harris The King Of Wordplay.
I’m having some rotten personal problems this week and can’t generate any humor for the rest of this post. My apologies. I’ll be better soon, I’m sure.
The worst part about being a syndicated cartoonist and responsible for 365 new ideas each year is that you have to be funny even when you feel like shit. It’s a very weird thing to try to do and not very pleasant. (more…)
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I have a deep and abiding love of birds. I can’t stand to see them in cages and have on many occasions considered freeing them, knowing I would be risking arrest. I’m ashamed to say that I’ve never quite had the courage to do it because I don’t want to end up in jail or court. (more…)
Bizarro is brought to you today by Dreams.
I had a dream once that I had spent over 75 years studying dreams and had become the world’s leading authority on the subject. All this by the age of 24. It was a dream, so don’t try to make sense of the math.
In the dream, the most important thing I had discovered is that everything that various people––from Freud to the Everly Brothers––is completely wrong. Here is a guide to what dreams actually mean. The thing at left is what you dreamed about, the thing at right is what it means. (more…)
(For more biggerness, click the “C” key on the piano on the window.)
Bizarro is brought to you today by Child Proofing.
This is a simple gag but people like those, especially on a Sunday when they’re already either hung over from a sinful Saturday night or up too early to get to church on time. (more…)
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Contrary to usual, I had more fun drawing the strip version of this one than the vertical panel. It’s entirely because of the giant bunny attack on screen, of course. I’d love to see the whole movie.
BIZARRO OF THE LIVING DEAD: As you can see, today’s panel isn’t the only Medusa cartoon I’ve ever drawn. This one from 1998 was never published in Bizarro, of course, but appeared in a Swedish magazine or two and is in my autobiography, “Bizarro and Other Strange Manifestations of the Art of Dan Piraro”. This is one of my favorite gags I’ve ever written and I’m thrilled to have a good excuse to share it with you here.