7 comments for “Ozy and Millie: Artistic taste

  1. Because this strip ran for another ten years, and we know for a fact that they aged at least two years during that time, you can be certain that those crayons are non toxic.

  2. I remember in Bloom County, Oliver Jones asked for a “flesh-colored” crayon while drawing, and he’s black, while “flesh” was the color of a white person’s skin…he asked to trade it for a burnt umber. Is there a reference buried in this strip? 😀

  3. “Brand new burnt umber Ciera” – Jerry Lundegaard, “Fargo”

    Probably not a reference, but I’ll claim it is anyway.

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