Sunday, August 19, 2007

Comic Strip Fun, Part 5

Previously, I explored editing certain dialog out of the comic strips and editing other words and pictures into the strips. Editing out the cat's dialog and having the owner just speak and respond to it as if he could understand its thoughts gave me a wonderfully deviant idea. It wasn't long before I took the bold initiative to edit the cat out entirely, revealing that it all might just be part of one man's delusional mind. The desired effect was achieved; it finally revealed the psychosis of a very lonely man crossing the threshold of psychosis. The result was probably the best and funniest minimalist, dadaist comic strips that never existed.

(Click for larger image.)

A bonus strip someone else made that I enjoyed, a play on the movie Jacob's Ladder:


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