From Dale Eltoft, who calls it a groaner, which we are happy to understand as an Oy!
When people talk about Faulkner these days, they tend to concentrate on societal portrayals, and sometimes forget that he was right up there with the (other) Modernists when it comes to novel and effective experimental narration. (Or else, as some of the GoComics commenters would have it, reduce his style to complaining of unparseably long Proustian sentences.)
AILD, while still very consciously / critically “Southern”, is really fun and funny, and a great demo of taking a then-new technical experimental narrative device, and running with it!
ICYDK, Mona and Pierre are sister and brother.
The first panel has a joke that I had no trouble getting. But why does it go on? And does she slap him, or say “Ssslap!”, or both?
More on the Sad-LOL bandwagon!
Trying for diversity in the writers room.
And from the The Cartoonist knows more than the Character Department:
And circling back to where we began, another Mannequin: