April 3rd, 2014

Smiley Fez Icing Smut

by Wayno & Piraro

bz panel 03-31-14bz strip 03-31-14bz panel 04-01-14bz strip 04-01-14bz panel 04-02-14bz strip 04-02-14Bizarro is brought to you today by A Good Read.

 

As I’ve mentioned here before, I design and draw my cartoons to fit into the vertical “panel” format, then reposition that art and add to it as necessary for the horizontal “strip” version. So I think most of my gags work better as panels, but in this case, the strip works better because we get a better sense of the speeding taxi. In both frames, however, the hapless texter gets flattened.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the past couple of years I included a small April Fools Day gag inside my usual cartoon by placing the symbol count (the tiny number above my signature that tells you how many pies, dynamites, eyeballs, aliens, bunnies, etc. are included in that cartoon) at a ridiculously high number. Like 457. This year I forgot to do that. My apologies.

That aside, I have a friend named¬† Edwin who has a collection of fezzes and wears them occasionally. I definitely thought of him while drawing this, though none of these characters look like him, he’ll be happy to know.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Wednesday cartoon is a collaboration with my known associate, Wayno of Pittsburgh. He’s an unusual sort of fellow who is known to fantasize about cookies. Here’s what he has to say today about this endeavor.¬†

This cartoon was problematic to convert to strip format because if I fit the whole thing in, you can’t see what he’s writing on his arm. I came up with what I think is a clever way to show the entire thing and get a closeup. Hope you agree. I’ll be using this technique in the future, I’m sure.bz 06-01-01 Adult Books WEB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BYGONE BIZARRO: This cartoon from 2001 has nothing to do with the others posted today, I just thought it was fun.

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