Hopefully a step above demonstrative-gestural lip syncing, the illustrated song comic can combine the best features of geezer nostalgia, punning, and comic drawing. A nice touch here is that Rubin combines the song’s key line that everyone remembers with its somewhat less-familiar title.
Bonus! On Twitter they provide a bit of animation with another line from the song. Actually, one in the tweet text, and another as an animated header – it may be lost to the crop here. But try clicking *once* on the “play” icon and it may show properly.
This Mutts is from a series introducing “King”. Not the deepest of puns, but has its little charms.
Another not-so-deep Oy, but considering how much grousing and joking has attached to the Zoom software, there has been surprisingly little using this older generic sense.
From Andréa, who asks “How many even know what a CARE package was?”.
From Andréa, who sent it in as both a Geezer and a CIDU, and asks “Why is the coroner referring to him at all if he’s still alive???”
Sent by Boise Ed.
The comic’s creator on his website can’t stop punning apparently, and gives the post containing this a title of “O temp, O remoras“.
There’s some editorial disagreement on this possibly-CIDU: Is there no discernible intended joke at all, or is there an evident-enough intention but it isn’t a good joke?
Both from Andréa.
(The pun isn’t always on a word that appears in the caption or dialog.)