I think he is starting to lose it completely.
In his time of personal crisis, Dr. Guzek seeks solace in a spiritual path. Results are mixed.
Even when meditating, Dr. Guzek goes all in.
Far from the deserted island where Sheldon and Chloe are stuck, the search for them remains relentless for the animals back home. Well, for most of them, anyway.
To make up for not posting pages every Tuesday and Thursday, I will start posting Mon-Wed-Fri starting today. For some reason on Tuesday and Thursday I forget the internet exists. Even though I am on it then. I think the pandemic is messing with my head.
Don’t drink the water, Sheldon.
Ever the devoted father.
Happy 2020! I think? I hope it gets happier. I’ve been cringing since last week.
Only a few more pages left of this story, which will end next week. And then on to the next one: “Out to Sea!”
Just in time for Christmas Eve and Hannakuh, here is a mother pig sad that her child is missing. “It’s the most wonderful time of the yearrrrr….”
Aw, poor Ma Pig.
I remember drawing this page. It’s still one of my favorites from this whole series.