From the Audience
  • Richard Dalloway
    December 7, 2010

    Sigh. If only Kafka and Dickinson had access to auto-tune…

  • Pete
    December 7, 2010

    Well not exactly auto-tune-related, but there is a band out there called Gregor Samsa and they’re fantastic

  • Dorothy
    December 7, 2010

    Egon Schiele makes every burrito that is served at every Chiptole.

  • Chris Adams
    December 7, 2010

    This is precisely why I work in pencil.

  • Jorpho
    December 7, 2010

    I feel slightly compelled to take one of these panels in isolation and use it as an avatar or something somewhere.

    The last one in particular would either work tremendously well or just horribly.

  • David
    December 7, 2010

    Well, I wasn’t going to comment but…

  • Craig!
    December 8, 2010

    That last panel is courting rule 34.

  • openuniverse
    December 9, 2010

    cat and girl- never boring. sometimes i don’t get them, though i had that problem more often with “the far side.”

    i wish i could send a link to this to gary larson, but he stopped responding to my mail after i let him out of the jar. (i poked holes!) i wish he’d had the foresight to use creative commons too, but it hadn’t been invented.

  • Froggle
    December 9, 2010

    I’m just now noticing how horrible this comic has become.

  • splene
    December 19, 2010

    Dear Dorothy, I hope you’re not this anxious about the finished object when it comes time for a graduate school dissertation!-a (former grad student) fan

  • Tom Wingfield
    February 21, 2011

    Froggle, I am just now noticing how horrible you have become. You used to be a cute wittle fwuffy Fraggle that tossed candy hearts and sunshine all over things you liked (which was everything). Now you’re just a Froggle. Hairless. Possibly poisonous. The stuff of Biblical plague!

  • Pete
    February 26, 2011

    Having a section for people to comment is pretty ironic here.

  • Nick
    August 9, 2011

    “I contain multitudes”- Walt Whitman, from Leaves of Grass, which had a few revisions over the years as I recall. Whenever I catch one as subtle as that it makes me wonder how many I miss.

  • Golux
    October 16, 2013

    Finished objects are a sign the artist was skilled, competent and not lazy.

  • Dysania
    February 12, 2017

    Golux, no, finished objects are a sign that the artist didn’t have the imagination to figure out how to improve them.

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