Poor Janis. When will she learn not to lean over in the garden? There are lots of clichés in cartooning. There’s “marooned on a desert island,” and there’s the “burglar with mask and striped shirt,” and there’s the “horse crashes New Year’s Eve party.” (OK, maybe that last one is more like a personal phobia than a cliché.) And, of course, there’s the struggle of conscience represented by the angel-figure in one ear and the devil figure in the other. A worn-out cliché is fun to play around with now and them.