Even if I judge it to be impossible, Maru does not give up jumping.
Thank you for reminding me that you are cat!
If you saw the first season of Riverdale, you may recall its version of Dilton Doiley isn't the genial, well-liked genius of the comics, but a somewhat disturbed survivalist. This month's issue of the show's tie-in comic takes a closer look at him. Warning for child abuse.
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Part II is the conclusion to her first adventure.
( With your trademark Sakai Twist™ )
Sakura is slated to return, according to Stan Sakai, but I've seen no indication of her comeback so far.
Edit: this story is available on Book 25: Fox Hunt and the Usagi Yojimbo Saga vol. 6.
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"Ryan explained to me, he wanted it to be done in our style. He likened and wrote Galactus as Garfield and Norin Radd as Jon. That determined what they were going to look like. When you look at the Silver Surfer, he’s 75 percent of the way there anyway with Jon, all we had to do is give him the big eyes. That was a natural. John kind of hangs around Garfield anyway, he’s the straight man to Garfield’s gags and has to get him food. He’s like Garfield’s herald. Galactus was tougher. We were throwing stuff back and forth, and the initial sketches just weren’t working for Galactus. I said okay, we gotta make him fat. The guy eats planets, for god’s sake! Once we do that, it’s a little less Galactus but certainly a lot more Garfield. It looked more natural. Obviously, Galactus has put on a few mega-tons for this strip." -- Jim Davis
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"At least my face can't turn out like the Joker's, or a giant red light bulb as in that Richie Rich comic...right?"
Okay, time to bring out the heavy stuff here. This tale of revenge upon revenge is so ridiculously, over-the-top grotesque and brutal it makes EC's "Foul Play" look like The Very Hungry Caterpillar by comparison. Warning for violence/gore.
( 'There! There! There! Suffer! Suffer! Suffer!' )