silversolitaire: (hehehe)
I've found an interesting follow up to my post, many eons ago, about the Garfield comic strips without Garfield lines. Now someone has removed Garfield entirely and the product is, as the owner of the blog says, "an even better comic about schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and the empty desperation of modern life".

Here are some examples:


I find that hilarious. Without Garfield as his sounding board, Jon just seems even more like a loser than he usually does. As a matter of fact, I could imagine this is what most cat owners seem like to other people. We talk to our cats, we suspect malicious intent in their actions, we get upset, yet we always submit to their whims and stand in the kitchen, pantless, yet again to scoop out their food into a bowl. Oh yes, it's all quite realistic.
silversolitaire: (silly)
[ profile] seal7 has pointed me towards this awesome set of posts: Garfield comics without Garfield's thoughts. A couple of people have begun to wonder: what would the Garfield comic strips be like without the sarcastic, philosophical comments by the fat cat. After all, he doesn't talk, right? If you know Garfield you know that he only thinks. So what if you remove these thoughts from the reader's view? This is what happens.

Most of the strips make you realize just how much of a poor miserable bastard Jon really is.

Some more as teasers )

And another one )

Check out the rest! )


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