Bald Faced Fairy Tale 1

Darrell is a Fairy Tale Dwarf who wound up in Gatorhead Bottoms.  He’s been around for a long time and he was an eye witness to a lot of things we have heard about.  He was an ear witness to a lot more of them.  He will be setting the record straight on lots of things that we have always heard that were not exactly as they were told.  I hope you enjoy the ride.

I just hope you have half as much fun with this series reading it as I have creatin’ and workin’ on it.  I do welcome your comments.

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15 Responses to “Bald Faced Fairy Tale 1”

  1. Bearman Says:

    Darrell is the Cliff Clavin of comic strips.

  2. tmcelmurry Says:

    Ha, lovin’ Darrell, can’t wait to hear more about his antics. I love the tale of his stint as a Bobble Head on the River Boat. Great character Bo.

    • Bo Lumpkin Says:

      Darrell has a lot of background so you will be hearin’ a lot from him. There will be lots of old and new characters in this one. Thanks Todd.

  3. J.P. Keslensky Says:

    I always wondered about the lifestyle of an itinerant yard decoration. Perhaps in this new economy all these migrant pixies will need to be re-trained to enter the lucrative bobble-head service industry. After all there is more need for desk ornaments than this is for places to tie up your horse and buggy.

  4. spilledinkguy Says:

    Hahaha – tugboat bobble-head sounds like a pretty good gig – I think I might be pretty good at it (if I hadn’t had any large meals first, I guess…)
    🙂

  5. MJ Says:

    Digging the new material Bo. Keep the funnies coming!

  6. George Says:

    I really like this. You have something funny in every panel. Good goin’, Bo! 😀

  7. Binky Says:

    You mean Darrell might be a’fibbing?

  8. Tony McGurk Says:

    Ya gotta watch them garden gnomes. 1st time I’ve met anyone who has worked as a Bobble-Head. Wonder what the pay was like. Love the little background dialogue going on with the wasps. Looking forward to following Darrell’s adventures

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