The New Yorker
's caption contest is challenging, but The Perry Bible Fellowship
proves that some of the finer cartoons need no captions. Right here is where I'd say something about how "comics, they're no longer for ingrown man-children!" And I'd be right. These are more like comics for hyper-intellectual children who need to keep themselves entertained lest they have seizures from idling too long. Everybody else can enjoy the pretty colors.