Comics That Made Andréa Laugh Out Loud

I realized I had a significant backlog of LOLs submitted by Andréa, so I’m going to upload a bunch of them at once…

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strange brew andrea downsizingwayno venus andreaWilliam Joel Andreawrong hands cows

15 Comments

  1. Odd that God is in the bottom panel, while the Devil takes the topmost. Casual negligence? A lack of traditional situational visual awareness (despite verbally stating “down here” in the top spot)? A possible simple error in pasting two separate drawings together? Or a brave, subtle choice illustrating some deeper theological truth? We shall never know.

  2. Probably simply because set-up Speech Bubble has to come first/top, and God’s Reaction second/bottom. Cartoon dynamics.

  3. It’s astonishing how much Edward VII really does look like Billy Joel.

    I think my favorite, though, is the Wayno.

  4. Soup Dragon: Most people today dislike clowns and mimes. It’s a “God is one of us” joke.

  5. “It’s astonishing how much Edward VII really does look like Billy Joel.”
    .
    More likely it’s the other way around, DemetriosX The late sovereign had something of a reputation in the wild oats department.

  6. In Sir Terry’s DiscWorld, the ruler of Ankh-Morpork, Lord Vetinari, sentences all mines to death. REAL death, not mimed death. He REALLY dislikes mimes . . . There is, however, a guild for clowns. As well as for assassins.

  7. When it first appeared, I submitted the “That is Priceless” as a CIDU, because I didn’t see the resemblance at all. I would probably recognize a picture of Billy Joel from three decades ago, but I never really cared for his music, so I have no idea what he looks like now.

  8. I would probably recognize a picture of Billy Joel from three decades ago, but I never really cared for his music, so I have no idea what he looks like now.

  9. For some reason, the Billy Joel joke reminded me of a “Modern Family” gag about Mitch’s (Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s) resemblance to Van Gogh’s self-portrait.

  10. “I don’t get the “kowtow” joke. Who is kowtowing to whom?”

    Nobody is kowtowing to anyone. It’s a twist on a fourth-wall meta joke.
    It’s a cartoon, so you’re willing to accept that in this cartoon’s universe, cows can talk. But, wait, no they can’t… there’s just the one who’s been anthropomorphized, and the other cow is just a cow.

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