Whatever that hypothetical something is, I’m betting it looks like an ancient tomcat.
Good one, Dorothy :)
Modern self-centeredness is the new geocentricism?
I´m a big fan of your work… I especially love today´s comic :) Keep it up!
Panel 5 is the best panel
Haha, good call in panel 5. Love this one!
This page could easily have been mean spirited in the hands of another cartoonist, especially panel five – but Cat and Girl always seems like an internal conversation to me, so it just looks self-depricating.
I have no problem with solipsism. It just means that personal judgments are made internally, rather than at other people.
I laughed harder at this than at any other comic. At panel 5. Great!
I’m an avid reader and this is definitely my favorite. This is fantastic.
Haha, it hit home.
Massive sarcasm tunnel-vision, go!
Of course there are things which draw many of us into their orbit, but I would think much of life’s twists are purely random, like some kind of brownian motion.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Hold on, I don’t want this pomade. I want Dapper Dan.
Pomade Vendor: I don’t carry Dapper Dan, I carry Fop.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, I don’t want Fop, goddamn it! I’m a Dapper Dan man!
Pomade Vendor: Watch your language, young feller, this is a public market. Now if you want Dapper Dan, I can order it for you, have it in a couple of weeks.
Ulysses Everett McGill: Well, ain’t this place a geographical oddity. Two weeks from everywhere!
I’m enjoying reading it spiral wise–panels 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 8, 7, 4 and then 5.
Excellent. Panel five just replaced the “sometimes I mistake this for a universe that cares” bit of xkcd.com/625/ taped to my monitor. Love the ‘vignetting’, too.
@Thing: nice idea, works pretty well!
Oh man, Girl is so being me today…or maybe I am being like Girl. I haven’t been to the EXACT Center of the Universe so I can’t tell!
really, cat, let her live on with her self centered depression, that´s what us intellectuals do
There is no center of the universe, so as a point of reference of course anybody can define him- or herself as fixed.