Chester Brown drew this strip for the New York Times, which ran it in its magazine on July 8, 2004. The first half of the strip appeared on the cover, and the strip continued inside. Or rather, it didn’t, because Brown wanted to clarify that it seems to be impossible to seriously discuss comics without referring to Batman or Donald Duck or yelling “Sha-boom ! They’re not for kids anymore !”
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