Humanesociety org opus comic strip
Opus was a Sunday strip drawn by Berkeley Breathed for a period of five years, to . The panel showed the address of a link to the Humane Society, which displayed the last panel as part of the $10, contest (it would later be.
Opus, not good news.
4 Nov got that sweet image when they saw the final “Opus” online at the Humane Society. Credits: Cartoon image courtesy of Berkeley Breathed.
3 Nov Berkeley Breathed ended his comic strip, "Opus" yesterday, in a very the Humane Society's website -- specifically, www.heavybirth-records.eu
Description:Views and reviews of over-looked and under-appreciated culture and creativity Monday, November 03, Goodnight, Opus Berkeley Breathed ended his comic strip, "Opus" yesterday, in a very unusual -- yet absolutely perfect -- fashion. When Lynn Johnston finished telling her story of the Patterson family in " For Better or For Worse, " she presented a final Sunday pane l that closed out the current story lines and said goodbye to the characters. She then rebooted the strip, going back to the early history of the Pattersons and starting over. Bill Watterson ended his strip " Calvin and Hobbes " with a simple fade-out. The final segment showed the pair going off into the world once again.