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[Interpretations II: Guest Artist Week]

[Comic for Monday, November 7, 2005]

Who knew ol' Dex had moves like that?! When I first saw this one, I burst out in bombastic laughter. ;) Today's groove-tastic strip is from Chris Daily, twisted dementor of pixilated fictitious characters most infamous for Striptease. Chris is an incredibly talented artist, and his awesome line work never ceases to amaze me. I occasionally refer to GPF as a "geek soap opera," just because of it's many twists and turns. But Chris' comic takes the term "soap opera" to a whole new level. Make sure to check out his excellent handicraft.


[[The whole comic has no dialogue.]]

[[Dex is standing in an empty room, with a rather dumb and devoid look on his face.]]

[[Close up on Dex's face and torso, as he breaks out into a sly smirk.]]

[[Dex breaks out dancing. He turns in a circle, first bending down with his left arm extended out, right hand reaching forward. Then he turns again, ala 70's style grove, pointing up with his left hand, and down with his right. The next move can only be described as "cradling his head" and he ends with a flourish reminicent of John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever.]]

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