Tags: adam meuse, gag comics, introspection, sad animals
by Adam Meuse
Depending on your mood, you will either find Sad Animals mildly amusing or totally hilarious. When I bought it a few weeks ago I thought it was clever. Today though, it’s really entertaining me. I don’t know how the gags got funnier, but they did.
Sad Animals has been sitting near the register at Big Brain Comics in Minneapolis for over a year now. I took my sweet time buying it, for sure. I mean, it’s kind of a breezy read. You could easily finish the whole mini just waiting for Michael Drivas to bag your books. When I finally broke down and got it, Drivas was kind enough to tell me the history of Sad Animals and its legacy at his store.