Full Facial

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Fortunately for me, Fox’s cartoon version studied atΒ Acme Loo.

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He perfected his Mandy-Repellant studying under a skunk.
Today I learned Babs and Buster Bunny are canonically 42 years old.

28 comments on “Full Facial

  1. Thank you for being the one person who draws that little bulge of the Radius on the wrist.

      1. That’s too bad. He looks like he’s a pretty good artist, too. I mean that drawing looks so realistic. Do you think he might possibly start drawing again any time soon?

  2. I was sitting here trying to decipher what Fox had said (because my brain was failing this morning) and I realized that they would be ten years older than me. I’m not sure how to feel about this.

  3. This could be preceded by Mandy going “Foxes are cute, I’ll have one at the house at all times. What could possibly go wrong?”

  4. Fox has great expressions all through this one, but I particularly like Mandy’s in the first panel. πŸ™‚

    And the whole thing makes me think of the first “How to Train Your Dragon” movie! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  5. Honestly I’m not sure him doing that really ‘stopped’ it. XD

  6. RE: MANDY’S TWEET…
    That car is a “real” Mini! Made in England starting i the late 1950s. Hard to tell from that angle (for me), but that particular Mini looks to be from the mid-1970s or so. That car has windows that roll up-and-down. The earlier ones had door windows that slid sideways, foreward-and-back. Only car in the world that looks bigger on the inside than on the outside, and -MUCH- smaller than a modern Mini. I have driven both a plain model from 1967, and the hotrod 1275 Cooper-S from 1964. Night & Day behaviors. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

        1. That’s the full range of the late 1950s and mid-1970s, respectively.

          Sorry it took me so long. I thought no one had commented here in days.

          1. Ah! Okay. (I frequently check several comics I follow just to look for new comments. :-)) I have a friend who just imported one (to resell) from the Japanese market. I think it’s a 1082. Somewhere close anyway. πŸ˜‰

            It’s been -many- years since I drove the plain ’67 and the ’64 Cooper S 1275. (both borrowed) Both were fun; ESPECIALLY the Cooper! 😎 I know someone later bought and restored the Cooper and it’s still around here.

    1. Looks like a Mini Mayfair, my grandfather owned one (which he found one was built as Rally standards). He taught me to drive in it.

      1. I think there were at least 4 companies building Minis; all under the BMC (later British Leyland) umbrella. I know Austin and Morris were 2 of them; forgot the others.

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