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Title: Garfield minus Garfield Posted: September 18, 2009 (12:17 AM)
Man this shit is great.
User: jerec Title: Posted: September 18, 2009 (12:46 AM)
Yeah, seen a lot of those before. It's a lot better than the normal comic.
User: Suskie Title: Posted: September 18, 2009 (06:05 AM)
Another strategy I've seen is to simply delete Garfield's thought bubbles, but I like this approach better. The comic goes from being something terrible to something... brilliant.
User: sashanan Title: Posted: September 18, 2009 (08:10 AM)
I've always liked Garfield (though I did stop collecting the comics when it became too obvious that all jokes had been done). Nonetheless, these experiments work out disturbingly well.
User: Genj Title: Posted: September 18, 2009 (02:19 PM)
Garfield Minus Garfield always struck me as kinda depressing. Poor John =/
User: aschultz Title: Posted: September 18, 2009 (02:37 PM)
I'm glad I enjoyed Garfield as a kid before I was old enough to know how derivative it was. I also saw the version of GwoG missing just the thought bubbles. The comparison between that and this is interesting.
Garfield did, however, inspire the utterly hilarious Bill the Cat of Bloom County. I didn't realize how biting the satire was meant to be until I reread it a few years ago.
I've never seen anyone break down Heathcliff on a consistent basis, either, but it might be worth trying.
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