We don’t really know how to follow the sequence, or what is both a Yes! and a No!
Contributed by Andréa.
Another quiz-cartoon from the same feature.
Post answers however you please.
From the New Yorker end-of-year Cartoons Issue. A two-page spread of five cartoons by Liana Finck titled “Stay-at-home Fun”, embodying puzzles or quizzes — credited, as this scan has captured, as “Puzzles by Liz Maynes-Aminzade and Andy Kravis”.
In modern times there are several cutesy invented terms for trimming the claws and otherwise taking care of the paws of our pets. But even now, as in the depicted early 20th Century, a “manicure parlor” is presumed to handle only human clients. The question is, Why would the reception be any different at a Chiropodist’s office?
Cartoonist recommended by Dan Piraro on the Bizarro blog. (And credited by Piraro with coming up with the idea for the “Bird / plane / Superman lineup” Sunday Bizarro we looked at last week.)
Here are the two Superman lineup cartoons:
Series of sampler cartoons from Hobbs.
Readers on phone or tablet: Try a click on any one cartoon to view all in lightbox mode.
Arlo-ish alert! A couple more that feature partial nudity.
Not a CIDU, but commenters are invited to lay out the 1930s-era joke/prank for the benefit of others who may not recall it. The setting and backstory of this strip give a nice matrix for embedding the joke with a small but fitting fillip.
Sent by Boise Ed.
The comic’s creator on his website can’t stop punning apparently, and gives the post containing this a title of “O temp, O remoras“.