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weekly penguin cartoon

Recent:

Apr 20: Getting parts is tough, though.

Apr 13: Or you could use it as a random number generator.

Apr 06: They don't know how to use the command line, either.

Mar 30: Make sure you post a picture of it first, though.

Mar 23: Go ahead, try this at home. As long as you don't live near me.

Mar 16: It’s a fine line between fashion and crazy. Too bad it’s not a fence.

Mar 09: I only made one little change.

Mar 02: Having a time machine means you can really indulge your hobbies.

Feb 23: Your moment of (caffeinated) zen.

Feb 16: "Cui bono" , or, "follow the herrings."

Feb 09: Electronics goes 'fizzownt!'

Feb 02: Because those idiots never say please.

Jan 26: Traffic problems are more interesting in the penguiverse.

Jan 19: When universes collide.

Jan 12: Not that it would work here.

Jan 05: So, dark matter, then.

Dec 29: And it won’t be in that indestructible plastic bubble packaging.

Dec 22: Also, a way to finance your habit.

Dec 15: Dinner poker: I’ll see your five dozen herrings and raise a mackerel fondue.

Dec 08: It’s a credibility thing.


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Mugs

To fit the strips onto mugs, it's been necessary to change them a bit, usually just shortening them. Since Cafepress provides kinda small images, I've put bigger ones here (they'll open in new windows):

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The rock collection one (when is a collection really a collection?)
The one about feeding spammers to your pet tiger
Too much of a good thing?
The birth of the Church of the Great Penguin
The "don't give your cat your Amazon password" one
One of the talking to dead penguins show ones
The one where they go clubbing
The one where they attempt to clean the fridge

There's also a one-panel one where Ted shows up in a UFO - it's too big for the web site, though it is available here in our 2004 calendar (it's October, in case you're not looking ahead...) It doesn't fit right on a mug but is on a tote bag, lunchbox and mousepad.