Just a quick doodle! Hope you all like it.
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I’m back! I’m afraid I can’t promise regular posts this time around (but I’m glad I finally got around to illustrating again). You have no clue how many ideas I’ve had for Louis and Mel since last year! Hope you like this one.
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Word play on the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell
Charmed, I’m sure. Hope you are enjoying the Twisted Title series (I know I am).
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Word play on the novel And then there were none by Agatha Christie
Boy do I love puns. Is it bad that I laugh hysterically at my own jokes? Probably is. Forget I mentioned it.
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Don’t you hate when you’re in a rush and have no time to fix your hair? Or have you ever had a cowlick that you could simply not get rid of? Tell us your stories in the comments! Hopefully your situation was never as bad as the one above!
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Word play on Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Not sure if I’m depicting kleptomania or hoarding here. Oh well, as long as you get the pun!
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Bonne Saint-Jean for those in Quebec!
Finally, the start of the weekly installments of Louis and Mel! Sorry to have kept you all waiting for this. Hope you enjoy this week’s strip! And as always, feel free to like, comment and share.