Saturday is the bargain basement bin of the newspaper comics industry. Since newspaper sales are low on Saturday, the bottom of the barrel comics get trotted out on Saturday. I assume that since millions of people aren't chained to their desks on Saturday, the comic strips aren't desperately needed to get a chuckle out of the horrible workday. Let's see what comics rate the review today:
Baldo by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos:
The Lost Bear by Bradley Trevor Grieve:
Another T.S. Eliot reference in the comics this week? Remember, earlier this week I got to flex my Liberal Arts Degree muscles on Wednesday in Herb and Jamaal. Granted, the Herb and Jamaal quote was from a preface to a collection of poems by another poet and this is from his poem, The Hollow Men. Of course, this masterpiece of desperation, desolation, and death by Eliot is transformed into a toy monkey with cymbals thwarted in his attempt to end the world. That's pretty desolate all on its own right there.
Nancy by Guy Gilchrist:
Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller:
Always go out on a fart joke. You can't lose.