My original sketchbook scribble of this idea was a little too rough to submit. Of course, nothing's too crappy to fill up space on a blog post.
Although one could say this doodle has a certain primitive charm, I wanted to convince a big-time cartoonist that the gag would work in his comic, so, IThis devious ruse did the trick, and Dan decided to use the gag. I just noticed that the distraught patient in the published version bears a slight resemblance to Mister Piraro, or at least he's sporting similar facial hair. However, it would be odd to see Dan in such a bland shirt.
stole repurposed the art from one of Dan Piraro's previous patient/psychiatrist gags, and digitally manipulated it to look exactly like an actual Bizarro panel.
Two more of my gags will appear in Bizarro on July 2 and July 8, and, unlike the most recent two, neither has anything to do with Twitter. As always, the entire history of my collaborations with Master P are viewable in this blog's Bizarro Archive.