Tag: Johnny Wander
Dina is a comforting friend.
My cat allows belly petting in the evening. But not during the day.
I sometimes worry this is how my progeny will evolve.
I have a much similar face for “I want peanut butter” and “I really need to visit the toilet” or so I’m told.
Hehe. I love how angry Cricket looks in the last panel.
The last few comics have been hilarious. I need to learn how to write science-y scenes like this. “I’ve already got one of those!”
I’ve never used a spray bottle on my cat. She does love faucets though.
It’s true. It really isn’t a party until my cat joins in either.
Because everybody respects a big hat, not just jaguerkin.
I’m pretty sure Zoe knows her own name… pretty sure. She also knows “no!”.
How fun would that be to see outside of a convention?
Oh I just about died laughing at in panel 8. If you wondering what inspired this comic, read the blurb at the bottom of the image.
To understand this comic you need to have a passing knowledge of the video game American McGee’s Alice. Also knowing that the girl drinking the coffee was in a car accident earlier in the comic and has been having problems with seeing video game characters.
Definitely! I ever tell you about the time that the ride broke down while I was in the middle of that ride!?
Hmm… I usually find weird food combinations interesting. This… I do not.
This feels particularly appropriate after being sick for the last few weeks.
No his cat already has a cat-sized one. He needs a bigger one, right?
Honestly it’s about time someone got that mutation right. This also marks the first time Spinnerette has been featured here. I’ve just started reading it and so far the art is great and the story is rather amusing, as you can see.
A new record! Woo! Lets celebrate by putting out all the fires!
I love the idea of putting on deodorant before going to war.
Been awhile since we had a Sunset Grill comic but that’s because it’s been very dramatically lately. Unlike the above comic. It speaks to me.
You have to love Grace. It is a moral imperative. If this comic doesn’t make much sense I suggest reading the last few comics but the last panel just made me laugh.
Ha. Also applies to college students as well.
And when life pukes up a hairball on you, you know you’ve done something wrong.
Perhaps not the most glamorous way to save the city but I’d still appreciate her if she saved me from the toy poodle menace.
Zoe didn’t get a cone when she was spayed. I wonder why…
Suddenly I don’t want to be respected by the people of Mechanicsburg. (If you need context, you only have to go back one page.)
He really should have turned to face the guy when they are spoke to him, ya know?
My cat tends to melt regardless of temperature.
A new entry in our list. I’ve been often told I really need to read this comic… so expect more! As for this comic, I just felt the entire premise interesting enough to share.
Dire postmodernists amuse me.
The following two comics exemplify what I love about the comic Johnny Wander, which is primarily a biographical comic but occasionally makes short but sweet stories. The Girl with the Skeleton Hand is one of my favorites. Keep in mind each of these comics is several pages so the links below lead to the first comic in the series.