Resurrection of an old one from 2007 today. The teddy bear is a reference to a story at the time.
Thanks to Mehdi Hasan for this week’s strip.
It’s an old Easter one from 6 years ago.
Many thanks to Saudi Arabia for this week’s strip.
Based on a true story (10.25 minutes).
Thanks to Dr Rebecca Masterton for the story, and Ibrahim Mogra for the punchline.
A Danish translation of the best early J&M strips was launched last week. The first printing sold out within days, and there’s a second run coming out on 3 March. Pre-order your copy here.
A resurrection from 2008 today. Currently in Copenhagen, where they’ve been having a bit of trouble with people who think they really do know the truth.
Well, it’s a step in the right direction.
Link to multiple translations of quoted verse.
That’s the least of it.
Charlie Hebdo made an appearance in J&M eight years ago. Time to resurrect an old joke.
The editor was acquitted.
Now lets go down the pub and spook the barmaid.
A placeholder, until the next strip.
UPDATE: For those requesting a t-shirt, here is a hi-res version of the image so you can print your own.
UPDATE2: A kind reader called Dan has made a better hi-res image for you to use if you prefer:
There’s been a lot of this recently.
The winner of this month’s raffle is Kevin from Plymouth. He get’s a signed print of a J&M strip of his choice.
UPDATE: This comic was posted a minute before I heard of the appalling act of terrorism in Paris. I have no words adequate to express my grief and outrage.
In sympathy and solidarity with Charlie Hebdo: