13 comments for “Ozy and Millie: The aftermath

  1. I’ve always wanted to take all the pieces from my family’s board games, mix them together, stack all the boards, and figure out a way to turn it into Calvinboard. Maybe take turns making/drawing wacky rule cards or something.

  2. Not entirely on topic, but in Mughal India, the rulers would use their slaves to play a live-action version of Parcheesi (or Pachisi) and there are still full-size pachisi boards in surviving palaces. Wikipedia has more information, for the curious.

    • It’s similar to some Gothic fonts, but it doesn’t really have a name — Dana hand-lettered most strips, and the ones that aren’t hand-lettered use a font based on her calligraphy.

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