What a weird baby.
We've got a few shows lined up this year!
Hopefully we'll see you at one of them! See you next week.
Come to Fanimeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
HECK YES YOU WILL! See you in Seattle! I just found you guys yesterday...while in class...and then proceeded to ready every one of your posts in one sitting while still in class. I had to bit my knuckles to stop from laughing out loud.
I think I actually might be around for MoCCA! I'll finally get to meet you guys! ^_^
Also, omg, pudgy pug!
Excuse me sir, there's something wrong with your baby.
A friend I used to have, had a calico cat. One day, she took it out for a walk in a stroller while we were checking out the area around the Long Beach Convention center.
Also, totally looking forward to seeing you at Wondercon. Depending on what day, I may meet you dressed up as Mrs. Cake from MLP, or Parasoul from Skullgirls, or just good ol' normal clothing. Really depends on my mood.
I read this backstage at a show, cackled out loud, and got a dirty look from a room full of "serious" actors.
I remember you guys from last year and didn't spend much time with you :(, but at least I got to spend it with your chum, Evan Dahm, who is also awesome. Hope to see you and chat you up this year. :)
He knows everything about cookies and nothing about dogs.
See you at TCAF!
When are you coming to Austin Tx we will make you cake!
I'll make a cake too! No one comes to Texas D; or anything other than a coast, for that matter.
PLEASE SIR, PERMISSION TO USE THE LAST FRAME AS AN AVATAR?!?!
We inherited an honest-to-goodness cat stroller. We take both cats in there for walks all the time, when it's warm enough. It's great watching a 12lb cat try to sneak under a 10lb cat when a car goes by. It's like a voltron stack of cats!
Did not expect that last panel and burst out laughing. Awkward stares all around!
Though now that I re-read it, the last line seems more like something that John would say.
That's something I would expect from a little old lady or a little old couple.. but a solitary little old man? I bet that pug was making cute little grunting noises.
If only I didn't have severe anxiety I could actually come and see you guys one day ;-; Therapy needs to work faster.
Have a look at a recent photo of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (and husband of the reigning British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II).
The guy pushing the dog stroller / perambulator appears to be this man. "Phil the Greek" as we Brits sometimes call him (his royal origins are the Greek royal family, even though that family are, like our own royal family, all German).
Was this deliberate? I hope so. There would then follow some opportunities revolving around the pug-like appearance of the baby-substitute dog, given that the Queen's dogs are all Corgis.
First thing I thought of was aliens. Frank. MIB. ;D
How did you even notice that, man?
...by seeing the poster, and thinking "that reminds me of something" and chasing down the possibilities?
I'm calling definite shenanigans on the poster maker here, because even without clicking back to the comic in question I recognise the two characters and know what scene they were in. Time to make a call and ask some questions re: WTF they think they're playing at.
Might wanna email or tweet Yuko and Ananth too
I'd kind of figured that. I was going for more of a disbelief thing in that comment.
I say we get John, hunt the poster wo/man down, and stare at him menacingly until he dies.
Though I have also sent the organisation a friendly email asking whether they know the origins of the artwork on their poster and if everything is properly licensed. For all we know Y+A may have happily agreed for a nonprofit such as they to use a likeness of their work but not made a big song and dance about it.
This is the greatest Johnny Wander of all time. Everytime I get to the pug I lose my shit. Like, laugh out loud, guarantee.
Son, that ain't a baby.
Does this mean you guys are fans of nockFORCE?
I had this happen to me a few years ago - A lady was smoking heavily and pushing a stroller and I said to myself "Wow, people still smoke around babies?". When I got closer, I discovered that there was instead a small, shivering dog in the stroller. Words failed me. But then I remembered child leashes and the world seemed oddly in-balance.
This really should have been named "Bassinet Hound." Just sayin'.
Is it going to be at the Lexington Ave armory like last year?
Aww, I hope he didn't hear you guys laughing an feel bad!!
Man should be able to drive his pug around in a pram without getting tittered at....
Sweet! Now I can get Volume two!
Whenever Ananth says something like that I always imagine it in Solid Snake's voice.
It's probably his hat. His hat is like Snake's headband. The only time it's taken off, crazy shit goes down.
You guys have very eventful lives. Stuff like this I never see. lulz
We have one of those here in my town: An old man, pushing an equally ancient shitzu in a baby stroller up and down main street... I've only seen the dog actually walk once. I still squee every time I see them.
Can't wait to see you guys at TACF again this year. I'll be sure to purchase your new book when I come to your booth.
It will be a tradition I'll have to get each new book each year... assuming you keep putting a book out.
Love the comic!
People who put dogs in strollers confuse me. They have twice as many legs as babies do, and walking is kind of their thing.
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