By bats | February 5, 2011 - 3:05 am
Posted in Category: Three-Ring Freakshow

One of the gripes aimed at “legacy” comic strips (or just ones that go on and on and on for years) is the repeated use of a figure, or figures, or whole panels by the cartoonist — yes, the dreaded “cut and paste.”


That’s very true (and it’s the only way I do my mashups — then again, I don’t get PAID for this).  But I think sometimes we focus too much on the visual repetition and too little on the sterling dialog:


Remember: Without constant vigilance, it can happen here!

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