I’m not sure who needs the intervention here: Margo, LuAnn, or readers of Apartment 3G. At least it’s not Tommi.
Yes, I’ve had nothing to say about comics lately, but I’m sure that will change.
Sometimes the artwork Pibgorn just hits it right out of to the park:
For those of you context lovers, Drusilla is pulling Nat away from a transdimensional wormhole pit of some kind. But does it really matter? This page rocks the house any way you look at it.
How insensitive. I can’t wait until someone tells Mary she can’t drive or meddle anymore. Won’t that be grand?
How did such nice people raise such an idiot? I ask you.
Y’do, huh? What makes you think Margo is talking about you, Tommie? Probably Margo is talking about her favorite subject: Margo.
Stay tuned for our next episode when those wacky, deer lovin’ apartment 3G girls get treated for Lyme disease.
“And I almost fell in love with someone much better than you.” Or that’s what I think she should say.
I won’t even attempt to bring you up to date on the latest 9 Chickweed Lane story, which, by the way, I’m enjoying very much, but I often wonder if kids under 10 or 12 years old are still reading newspaper comics, with or without a parent or guardian. Further, and this is something I also wonder about, how would a parent explain this panel to a little kid?
I mean, what would you say? “Well, there were Nazis and they were bad, and then there weren’t Nazis, and that was good, and… and… And then there was YOU! And you’re a complete miracle! Hey, isn’t it time for school?”
Wasn’t that call on his cell phone? Am I losing it? Between this and today’s Mary Worth I’m beginning to worry about my grasp on reality. Or something.
Is it me, or is Mary not making a whole lot of sense in panel 2?
Au contraire, Lu Ann, nothing is ridiculous in Apt 3G.
Has Margo been demoted to plot explainer? She’s doing a great job, but… how tragic.