There's this comic strip, Cul-de-Sac, which is simply...wonderful. Because it's weird and charming and doesn't want to be anything more than it is, which is weird and charming. A guy named Richard Thompson writes it--not the guitarist--and his drawings are weird. And charming. And the whole thing is a bright spot on the comics page. (Props to "Pearls Before Swine" too.)
Turns out Mr. Thompson maintains a humble blog through blogspot. Guess what? It's weird and charming.
Richards Poor Almanac
Congratulations, Mr. Thompson: you do good work. Please keep doing it.
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