Ozy And Millie: A different set of rules

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Notes: White-out corrections in panels 1 and 4.

  8 comments for “Ozy And Millie: A different set of rules

  1. Although I imagine Llewellyn having a British accent, all we actually know is that it’s European.

    Well whatever it is the point is that it’s not something that meshes well with the old west.

    • Well, not precisely European, it’s Celtic. So from the British Isles at least, if not the specific accent to which you refer.

    • If for no other reason than the fact that “jaywalking” was a crime invented by the automobile industry.

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