By bats | October 30, 2012 - 2:37 pm

Ah, so the hard-working girls of Junior’s Condos are strippers! And they’re caring for a sick co-worker! Wow, the Morgans cannot catch a break — it’s still work, work, work, whether in Morganville or sunny San Diego!


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By bats | October 29, 2012 - 3:52 pm
Posted in Category: Three-Ring Freakshow

Sure, I could’ve been lazy and run an old mashup of Family Circus and jack-o-lanterns ( ), but I came really close to making myself heave while doing this.

Because I care.

Yeah, this little moron needed to be made into something useful, like a jack-o-lantern, too.  I’ve seen more than my fair share of animals available for adoption because their previous dumb-ass owners were inconvenienced by them.  Rather than invest in a vaccuum cleaner or pet brush and some elbow grease, or OTC medication, the easy out makes orphans of many.


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By bats | October 28, 2012 - 7:57 pm
Posted in Category: Cameo Appearances

or caninocentric or felinocentric… (read, the comics need more kangaroos!)

Of course it doesn’t help when “helpful” folks like CC’s Sequitur says:

Beefy bear would try to make Plugger love to Slick Smitty in the Sheila Roo costume.

Slick Smitty deserves every bit of it.

Eww.  But maybe… just maybe…


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By bats | October 26, 2012 - 7:30 am
Posted in Category: Three-Ring Freakshow

…when the original panel has Jeffy complaining to his mother that she forget to “attach a roof to his sandwich,” you know that even his indelicate four-year-old sensibilities are offended by the glop on his plate.

And it’s not like li’l Jeffy is the only Keane in the clan with “issues”:

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By bats | October 25, 2012 - 12:24 pm

October is always the month filled with Philanthropy and Good Works!


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Good ol’ Rex, accompanying the stricken Edna to the hospital!  Of course, June could’ve accompanied him, but the very idea of her in a swimsuit with the Saran Wrap coverup is soo very sexy isn’t appropriate for a hospital environment.  She obligingly stays behind — what a trooper!

Strangely enough, June has the same spark of compassion that Rex does — it’s as if they were made for one another!

Maybe she just won’t tell Rex about her gratis lunch, or anything else that happened…


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By bats | October 22, 2012 - 10:39 am
Posted in Category: Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Apparently I had a busy enough weekend that I did another mashup but didn’t post it.

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By bats | - 10:37 am
Posted in Category: Most maryWorthy

The original strip has What’s-his-name’s sister as a dead (heh) ringer for Dawn.  I’m hoping that’s an integral part of the story line, other than the strip artist only being able to draw two types of women (perpetually-adolescent ones with page boy do’s, and old crones) …

In any event, it just screams (or maybe whimpers) for some fixin’:

Then again, maybe the close resemblance was just a peculiar, ah, peculiarity!

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By bats | October 19, 2012 - 10:50 am
Posted in Category: I Smell Something Funky

Sadly,  life in Westview, particularly with Les, is so boring, that Dead Lisa feels no desire to haunt the newlyweds.

And if Les can’t go three breaths without remembering Dead Lisa, his new bride is right there…

By bats | - 10:48 am
Posted in Category: Three-Ring Freakshow

For the second time in a month, Billy is portrayed as having the absolute crap beaten out of him. (I’ve responded with having the absolute crap beaten out of him again, too.)

On a larger, more cosmic scale, we all know what this means, don’t we?


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