The Nacreous Oughts

17 April 2006

"This Connecticut landscape would have pleased Vermeer."

"...some theorize that the end of this storyline actually implies that the rest of the series, the more conventional strips, are all fantasies Garfield is playing out in his head to delude himself from realizing the dark turn his life has taken, as he slowly starves to death in an abandoned house."

Van Eyck. (via bOING bOING)

K. S.

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