WuMo from November 27, 2014. I love these strips that take human situations and adapt them successfully to avian ones.
Just when we thought that cliché had worn out its welcome ...
Another variation on the old "pirate with parrot on shoulder" theme crosses into a lament usually heard by stand-up comics, from Strange Brew of June 10, 2014:
Ever have a song get stuck in your head? Phillipe has the same problem in this Mutts strip from May 22, 2013:
Bizarro from June 6, 2013 gives us a joke that requires at least a few seconds of thought. Once you get the reference, though, it's a very funny panel.
Cheezburger from September 15, 2013 deals with that famous candy commercial, yet again:
Vince the budgie tries to use human technology to clean his cage, with predictably disastrous results, in this final installment.
I have two more of Scott's black-and-white "Noodles" in which he adapts the Vince drawing to an outdoors bird. I'll post those sometime in the future.
Vince the budgie has a nightmare in this early "Noodles".
The adventures of Vince the budgie continue with another early installment of "Noodles", apparently featuring the local classic rock station.
The next several posts will be of Scott Breier's early work ... a non-color strip featuring the adventures of Vince the budgie. (Don't worry, I still have more of his color panels to feature at a later time.)
First up: Vince takes a practical look at the old "glass half full" philosophical question.