Some Dangerous Kangaroos


  1. The Western Middling Light Grey (not particularly dangerous in itself, but it smells so very much like a fried clam dish from that stall in the mall food court that nobody, nobody, has ever been seen eating from as to be distracting)
  2. The Razor-Beaked Wallaby
  3. Gorndrak, the Marsupial-Spirit of Unproductive Workdays
  4. The Antilopine Gossiping Kangaroo (its passive-aggressiveness can drive people mad)
  5. Red Kangaroos Driving Without Their Prescription Eyeglasses
  6. Trinitrootoluene

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

9 thoughts on “Some Dangerous Kangaroos”

    1. I was trying not to look too hard at it, but thought `dog’ on first impression. But it is kind of far from the Otto model of a dog … on the other hand, given the trouble the Walker Legacy has had with animals in general I’m not sure dog is wrong. I think a kangaroo would have to have a tail.

      I would have sworn there was a kangaroo in Boner’s Ark, but I didn’t see any in the last several weeks’ strips, and Wikipedia’s list of fictional marsupials doesn’t have any. This is starting; for as funny an animal as kangaroos are, it’s weird that one wouldn’t appear. The role of kangaroo as letter-carrier seems like such a natural.

      Anyway, here’s an ostrich, a pig, and a skunk. https://comicskingdom.com/shared_comics/a76585fa-741b-4b59-bc02-3059b611b581

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        1. I’m just glad to hear that after that whole deal where he tried to use his shapeshifting powers to take over Oz that Kiki Aroo was able to make something of himself.

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  1. Just saw a Johnny Carson interview where while talking about reincarnation, Fernando Lamas said he’d like to come back as a kangaroo. So next time the neighborhood KANGAROOS come around,whisper to them “Fernando,you in there?” and see if you get a reaction,who knows,maybe he got his wish.

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