Alcala took it all in good humor, never fussing even if he had to rework a thought balloon
Shark's Dream, 1967, pictures an industrial-looking shaft, seemingly strayed from the realm of "primary objects," dreaming of itself reversed in a thought balloon
, with the title inscribed below.
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Hairy Guy (with thought balloon
) attempts to speak to this contradictory moment; a variegated patchwork of stained glass fills a windowlike thought bubble in a statement that is hopeful because beyond language's contingency.
The thought balloon
of a cartoon work from C Comics 2, done way back in 1966, might well be the thought balloon
for the entire show, emitting across time from Brainard's cat's eye of a stuttering brain.
He has his own personal problems, he isn't perfect, he doesn't always win- and he has more thought balloons
than any other character, so the reader gets to know his innermost thoughts
Insiders say that thought balloons
are now appearing above Mayor Dyster's head, and a comical whirlwind of dust trailed behind Donna Owens recently as she raced out of her office.
With b&w photos, screen shots, thought balloons
, and illustrations, this guide to Excel employs an unusual visual layout based on the latest cognitive science, and incorporates humor and a conversational tone.
The Thought Balloons
class was certainly not only thought-provoking, but also an entertaining activity, which had many of the teenagers in attendance jotting down their innermost thoughts and feelings on to a balloon which was pinned to the wall by the staircase.
The panels are easy for students to navigate, and the pages offer glossy art and appropriate placement of word and thought balloons
. The historical events covered include Marco Polo, the Boston Tea Party, and the Salem Witch Trials, to name a few.
No thought balloons
for me; those are for Snoopy and those other comic strip poseurs.
The first four figures have thought balloons
over their heads that read, "Eat, survive, reproduce." The final balloon, over the man's head, reads, "What does it all mean?" Our genes are interested only in replicating themselves, so evolution has designed us, and all other living things, with that goal in mind.