Since television no longer offers Saturday morning cartoons, Bizarro Studios brings you an assortment of the non-animated variety. Gather 'round your screen of choice with a bowl of your favorite sugar-laden cereal, and check out Uncle Wayno's latest laffpix.
He may regret the tattoo he chose as a child, but on the plus side, he hasn't had a cigarette since he was six.
After earlier experiments with Ban-Lon candy, the Textile Confectionery Company realized that polyester retains its shape better.
In the spirit of full disclosure, I must admit that I would probably listen to this band. Also, as a ukulele player, I empathize with these characters.
This could have been even worse than the Monday after Paintball Weekend.
On Friday, we offered our take on a popular trope among gag cartoonists.
We almost got through an entire week without a cat or dog gag. Don't tell the little pup, but that's just a placebo cone.
I apologize for the relative brevity of this week's post. I had to keep it short so I can run out to load up the band wagon for a Mardi Gras gig tonight.
Don't forget to visit Dan Piraro's blog, for further analysis and commentary from Bizarro Studios World HQ, at Rancho Bizarro, Mexico. While you're there, you can admire his latest Bizarro Sunday page, and snag yourself some Jazz Pickle paraphernalia from the official Bizarro Shop.
Ernie Felice shows off his accordion chops on Raymond Scott's classic composition, "Powerhouse."