New Comics Every Weekday - Written by T Campbell & Phil Kahn - Illustrated by John & Jason Waltrip
Should’ve kept the bombs after they were dismantled, Bandit. Without real evidence and with the way you screwed yourself, it’s no wonder you got turned on.
Coulda just kept her mouth shut, not like “splashed water on clocks” is a crime that points back to her.
Really drives home how young and naive she was at the time. Talk about the mistakes of youth fucking up your life forever.
Yes, keep the bombs. Depending on how badly soaked and what they were made of, you just got free boom stuff.
I’m several pages late on noticing this but I adore the Suess signature U pupils.
Loving the really very Seussian art style. Kudos. Merry Christmas, too.
Panel 3: Now we know where Salvador Dali got his clocks from.
A thief is blamed, a Pinch not shamed
yet Spanner’s Day shall pass quietly along.
All the best heroes are unsung.
Oh come on. None of the gnomes knew what a bomb looks like or whether the explosives were a useful contribution to the mechanism? Shenanigans!
You’re trusting Bandit to tell the complete truth, correctly, without embellishment, while maintaining the meter?
Nah, and frankly it wouldn’t be Seussian if all the people were actually reasonable before the final argument, piece of evidence, or tragedy showed them the hero was right.
Bandit really can’t handle herself in a pinch.
Oh and soggy clocks? Ewww…
Bandit splashed Pinch’s clocks and pitched them from the docks and then Pinch’s pinched clocks caused the townsfolk to talk.
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