Another of what the artist, Mark Anderson, calls "Andertoons" ... this time turning another cliché on its side:
Wheeler comes up against a common avian problem in Dogs Of C-Kennel ... but he has an excuse:
Court comedy with geese in this Strange Brew.
Speed Bump and how parrots' ability to mimic has to adapt to modern technology. I could see this happening, actually ...
Dan makes another play on words to rewrite a cliché in this Bizarro:
The joke in this Speed Bump is not the concept of an avian post office but in the "wanted" poster.
Pilsner gets a call center job in this old Monty strip I found in my online travels.
(Does anyone find it creepy that Pilsner has human teeth in the second panel?)
No comment is necessary for this Break Of Day panel.
Wheeler repurposes Will's water dish in this Dogs of C-Kennel:
Rhymes With Orange brings typical (and annoying) bird behavior into the world of art.