Seeing, Believing

By Jeremy Meltingtallow

bz panel 01-11-14bz strip 01-11-14Bizarro is brought to you today by My Doggy Doppelganger.

I’ve never been drunk enough to hallucinate but if I did, I’d be terribly amused to see a creature like this one. Of course, if I saw it in a public place, I couldn’t be sure that it wasn’t just someone in a costume. That sort of thing may not happen in most cities and towns, but in the places I’ve been living for the past 12 years, New York and Los Angeles, it would not be all that surprising.

I included the strip version of this cartoon because there are a couple of extra characters added to the edges that I thought you might like to see. I particularly like the provocative woman sitting at the end of the bar. Something about her look and body language make me want to know her story. Suggestions are welcome.




PREBIZTORICALS: From the inimitable year of 1997 comes this hair-raising tale of a man whose hair did not get thinner as he got older. My hair has been thinning since I was born, so this gag is a sort of “it could be worse” scenario. Conceiving and drawing this kind of hair was a fun challenge. bz 07-05-97 thicker hair WEB