hAHA jACK! I am the first person to write hahahahahahaha!I will be back once I hahahahahahahah!That is very funny. :) :)Okay I will press enter nowBut seriously I giggled out loud. (I think my dress is too tight!)
Oh I have to buy a fridge otherwise I would write something intelligent for a change - like I really admire the juxtpasition of Latin, via Shakespeare, the way it has merged into the modern English idiom - and made me laugh!Beware the ides of april, eh?
dyslexic latin? you're quick and your witty. And I like your style too
this is too funny, love it!
I was looking forward to your take on this - you've done it again!
Great work Jack!!
Hahaha, bravo! Produced by Jack Foster and Mel Brooks. (Yes, of course you get top billing.) Coming to a theater near you!
Cute and clever, Jack!
You always crack me up, great illo. I'm laughing out loud!
I sure have missed coming here, Mr. Jack. Nice to comeback to a musical assassination too. That poor Caesar will have to surrender his laurel wreath for Brutus' salad at dinner.Nice one, I am highly entertained as always. :)
Bwahahahaha, thanks Jack, as usual you have me a giggle and a smile. So clever!!!
Very clever Jack...very nicely drawn.
You're hysterical! I laughed and I'm still smiling. Thanks Jack!
This is really funny! Coincidentally, I was reading the story of Caesar yesterday !
Was it not enough with one stab? :)
LOL Too funny :) You always have wonderful work! (And leave such nice comments at my blog!) :)
Fabulously funny, Jack, as usual. Now that would be a musical of all musicals.
LOL ! Jack, you always manage to come up with something hilarious!
Great one, Jack! Always so funny!
Love your style and humor. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind words. I'll see you around the blog world, friend. ;)
I see a major blockbuster Broadway play...it could happen. Great work and very funny as usual. Your work is so expressive and fun.
Thanks for your comment Jack, I love your style!
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Sorry I had to delete my comment before; a typo created a word that was wrong. I love the way you draw eyes! This piece is very funny.
Very funny duet but tragic for Caesar!
My mother used to always say :Where there is a will, there is a way" Not original saying I know but so relevant here. I love it when you find a way to tie the theme into the Bible. LOVE IT Jack :-)
hahahaaaa....always funny hear!!I just love your work everytime, you must be fun too to be with!!
Brilliant Jack! I like the way they're holding on to eachother, it really gives a feel of the 'duet' theme! :)
toga party? very fun.
:D thats funny, Sir!
of you forgot something... the blood.
HA! Sorry I'm late! This is wonderful, as usual, and your rendering is superb! I'm loving the softness! Oh, and the duet guys are so into their song, kind of gives it that corny old-style musical feeling where they break out in song and dance at just the right moment. (You know I mean corny with the utmost of affection!)Oh, "don't judge" above reminded me that I have a friend who costumes the local theater, and lately her blood bags aren't working. :) Maybe you hired her as well?
Your clever wit and funny characters always give me a good laugh. Thanks for keeping me smiling :)
What an amazing imagination you have Jack! You always amaze me with your original approach to subject matter. Good one!
Normally, I would throw rotten tomatoes for pun usage, but this one is actually complete genius and I cannot fault you for that Jack. Great concept and execution. I applaud you sir!
I love your funny bone. Wow! 42 comments.
Ho my god.. how did I miss that illo?? Well this is sooo hilarious... no wonder I am the what? 43th comment?? hahaha... Your ideas are so original... I am in awe (does that word even exist?) anyway I love your work!! Funny, clever and well executed. What else?? Well I feel bless you took the time to comment on my site haha... that's it!!! :)