A little multi-comic holiday storyline I’ve had in the back of my head, starts…now.
Fleas trick or treating. I wonder if their idea of “treat” is a dog high on sugar (or one about to die of chocolate poisoning).
Seeing the word “holiday” used to replace Christmas now used for halloween seems a bit odd, perhaps I’m just not used to it.
Let’s see where this goes. I like your twig-headed flea.
Dude Very Tex Avery. i love it!
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Teehehe – really lookin’ forward to this one!
I’m already scared witless!! Oh wait, I started that way. But still!
Ahhh…Scott, fleas don’t have wings…they jump.
This is true. The Greek name for flea “Aptera” literally means “without wings”.
However Fleas in the pupae stage of development ( The stage between larva and adult ) do have little wing “buds” which they lose later on as they mature.
So in a way Scott’s take on fleas sort of fits if you think of them as children on their first ever Halloween.
Cant wait to see where this is going. Love your work Scott.
I love the last frame
If you used a different species, it could be TICK or Treat!
I like where this is going, great art!
Dum Dum Dummmmmm…
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