Then again, maybe he wasn’t scared at all, but he left because he couldn’t stand the acting, if this was the same “wrrrrwolf” movie they saw:
Note: I typed in Jenny’s dialogue in the last panel up there, as it was kind of hard to decipher that jumbled mess.
We’ve probably all felt like this baby dinosaur has felt at one time or another. Sometimes when waking up we just want to crawl back under the covers and not have to deal with the mundane tasks and pressures of a new day, or when faced with meeting new people we just want to crawl back under our “shell” where it is comfy and familiar.
Whoa! That’s getting a little too deep there, and a little too serious for this episode that is simply dealing with Gralen and Jenny’s new baby who, seeing the people he is going to be living with for at least the next 18 years, decides he likes the looks of things better in his egg.
I think he must have put a lock on that egg, because their baby is never seen or mentioned again after this episode. Apparently he was a one-joke baby because I never used him/her again.
Note: If you haven’t noticed, my pen name has been skillfully added to this comic strip episode due to my real name being on the paper(I used the photo fixing software called Pixlr, btw).
What?! You are probably saying, “Sterling Holobyte is not your real name?! I never would have guessed!”
Oh well, it’s the best I could do. It is not that easy to match the color of old, yellowing notebook paper for some reason.
With summer on the way – sometime next year probably the way things are going here in Wisconsin – here is one of my “summery” strips. Notice Gralen’s changing facial structure in the second panel, and also the disappearing towel that he was holding in the first panel. Don’t know where it went. Maybe he stuffed it in his mouth and that is why his head looks like that.
Since it is that time of year, when I look outside and all I see is the ground covered in white stuff(and no, it isn’t mashed potatoes), I thought I would upload a couple of my more “wintery” Gralen And Jeddy comic strips.
Yes, apparently it even snows in cartoon land.
I guess I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the new characters in the first strip in this post. Somewhere along the way I decided that Gralen should be married and have a child as well, so I brought in Jenny(Gralen’s wife) and their son, Jessy.
Don’t ask me where Gralen met Jenny-another talking dinosaur. Maybe Jurassic Park had a singles club, who knows?!
P.S. In case you can’t read the first panel of the second strip, Jeddy is asking Gralen, “Do you like Skiing, Gralen?”