We’ll Never Know

Strange as it might sound here, home of classic A&J, I’m never very comfortable revisiting artwork. If I see something I could have done to make a cartoon better, why should I tell you? You’re perfectly happy the way it is. If I tell you what I think is wrong, the best result I can achieve is, “Yes, you are right–you could have done better.” And what would be the point of that? However, we have to talk about something here. I probably was in a hurry when I drew this. I usually am. I like the joke. I think it’s clever and an unusual take. If I were drawing it today, I would arrange things so Janis’ devilish nature would appear in the second panel and her angelic nature in the third. There’s plenty of room to set this up, and it would greatly improve the flow and the look. See? I shouldn’t have told you.