This article is part of the Peculiar Panels series.
I thought comics were supposed to be fantastical. This is just my morning wake up routine. Huh, they even got the pajamas right.
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"What th' -" is right! Who the heck let him in? He's way too short!
And here's my daily bedtime routine. How in the world are all these private details of my life getting leaked?
Look, there's a lever on this machine that can do that for you. Your other hand's resting right on it.
There might be pages one the inside of this comic, following the cover. They are not necessary.
[sauntering up to joss whedon giving magazine interview] Hey are these guys bothering you
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