And here's the payoff. One of many, many, many things that I'll have to apologize to Chuck Jones for if I ever run into him in the afterlife.
The background in panel five contains a poster for a Tom Tomorrow exhibition that had taken place at the Cartoon Art Museum in the late 1990s, a sampling of comics that were on our bookshelf in 2002, and a large sketch by Keith Knight that is still in our apartment, although it's mostly hidden behind a bookshelf these days.
The most factually inaccurate scene in this whole comic is in the final panel, as Shaenon NEVER draws at our drawing table. She mostly uses that space for staging Civil War re-enactments using her My Little Ponies and Battle Beasts.
As the fact that I'm writing this commentary at 1:30 in the morning on my day off tells you, Shaenon still exerts a great deal of control over me.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to massage Shaenon's neck and feed her some bon-bons before she gets cranky.
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Perfect wrap-up to the guest week!
Neil Smith (usoki
Duck Amuck is pretty much the best thing ever.
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