Week 32 of 2018 is wrapping up, and we've made it more than halfway through my first year at Bizarro Studios North with only a handful of deadline-induced anxiety attacks. Here's a look at the Safety Committee's motivational sign in our corporate lunchroom.
If we maintain our perfect safety record through December 31, Management will let us have a joint party with the staff of Zippy the Pinhead.
Sometimes, I like to imagine a world where being stunned is the worst thing anyone has to worry about.
Robocop forensic artists celebrate July 12, the date in 1960 when the Ohio Art Company introduced the Etch A Sketch, and revolutionized their jobs. Savvy automatons who invested in aluminum powder futures are eternally grateful to the toy's inventor, André Cassagnes.
You never want to look silly or feel uncomfortable at an event, and this fellow is trying his best. In most situations, any adult male who shows up in long pants and sans baseball cap has raised the bar.
Once you get over the initial squeamishness, tending to a pet can be a rewarding experience rather than a chore.
We couldn't fit it in the frame, but this character is also riding a unicycle.
If the National Contrarian Society were an actual organization, would its members deny its existence? Don't ask me, I'm not saying.
Apologies for the brevity of this post. I'm leaving in a few minutes to be fitted for a new pair of steel-toed boots and an upgraded hard hat. Cartooning is a dangerous job, but it keeps the economy rolling.
For more info on Bizarro Studios and its rich corporate culture, be sure to read the current News Release from our CEO (Chief Eyeball Officer) Dan Piraro. You'll also be rewarded with his latest Sunday page, which is always stunning.
This Week's Bonus Track
Lee Dorsey (with Jools Holland)
"Working in the Coal Mine"
From Walking to New Orleans, a 1985 UK TV movie