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No. 2484: Square Root of Garfield Plus Drawception

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Square Root of Garfield Plus Drawception

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Strip by: Camwoodstock, Nathanial Murray

{In the first panel, Garfield is seen savagely chowing down on his cat food.}
{In the second panel, Garfield smiles absentmindedly as he begins moving at a fast speed, entering the 'vaporwave zone'.}
{In the third panel, Garfield has been reduced to a simple outline of his face, void of all his most recognizable features.}
{In the fourth panel, a bear floats in Garfield's place, not showing any care for what has happened.}
{In the fifth panel, the bear seems relatively content, if not a bit bored.}
{The bear stands in front of its cave and grows a bit angry in the sixth panel, crossing its arms and looking to the side as a way to show disdain towards the audience.}
{Finally, the bear faces the audience with its arms stretched out and eyes glowing red with anger.}
Bear: I'M A BEAR! I HATE SNOW!

The author writes:

Drawception is like the Telephone Game, but with art; one person writes a sentence, and someone draws something based off of it, and someone describes it, and so on until the last panel (the max is 24). I used the prompt "A typical Garfield comic" and waited for something great to happen, and something great did happen; Garfield became a bear.

Original Drawception game: 2015-12-31.