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Odori Park by Chris Watkins: Scold Comfort
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2010/9/24

A Note: Folks seem to have gotten a kick out of this comic. If you’d like to see more “Odori Park Babies,” leave a comment below, or just follow my RSS feed or Twitter to find out the next time I do something “childish” with the strip. :)

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  1. Bearman

    haha..great imagery.

  2. Bob

    Reminds me of “A Pup Called Scooby-Doo” and “The Flintstone Kids”. Nothing like groveling to the parents.

  3. Khalid

    Love how you drew them as kids to help us feel that they are nervously talking to a parent. I know I feel that way sometimes talking with my Dad!

  4. Chris

    Thanks, guys :) Yeah, there’s something about talking to certain family members that never fails to make me feel like a kid again, and not in the best way. I wonder how it’d feel to talk to some of my old teachers again…

  5. George

    I feel the same way talking to my mother-in-law. I’m 8 years old all of a sudden. :)

  6. SpilledInkGuy

    Ha! Funny, and universally true, I think! :)

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  8. DadaHyena

    This is great. I was confused at first (I need to catch up on the story), but they make such cute little rascals!

    Who’s up for “Li’l Odori Park” or “Odori Park Babies”?

  9. Chris

    Glad this resonated with you guys :)
    Odori Park Babies? Ah, I could never compete with the Muppet Babies.

  10. DadaHyena

    The only difference between Sprout and Baby Animal is the hair color.

    “GOOOOOO BYE-BYE! YAH YAH YAH YAH!”

  11. Chris

    Grade-A awesome :)

  12. SilverLining

    Great strip! Reminds me of a comic called Rose (at least that’s what it’s called in my country).

  13. Edohiguma

    Parents. They have this effect.

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