Monday, January 28, 2013

Another Shakespearean FoxTrot

Amend, Bill. Wrapped-up Foxtrot: A Treasury with the Final Daily Strips. Kansas City: Andrews McMeel, 2009. 103.

Give me a B!


Give me an I!


Give me an L!


Give me another L!


Give me an Amend!


Thanks.  That's filled up the space enough that this comic by Bill Amend will fit.

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