Here comes episode 4. It's like how we're put on earth to embarrass our children. I stated out thinking I'd have a thought bubble in the last frame saying "embarrassing..." But I don't think it needs it.
Still pretty much a straight lift from Theocritus, really. My 19th century copy says that people thought Idyll XV seemed modern back then. Still does in a spooky way, I think.
This blog is the public outlet for my slightly satirical manga. I started out doing these to keep up the spirits of my work colleagues as they struggled daily in the state bureaucracy. Policy Police proper has gone into hibernation for a bit - as I'm no longer inside the machine, I lack the bile to bring these out quite as regularly. So I'm slowly building the next story and will return when I'm happy with what I've got.
In the meantime I'm publishing a series of 4-panel comics, The Marchers, based on an idea I had a long long time ago.
You can find all the comics by clicking on THE STORIES tab just below the banners at the top. Or click on the red Marchers banner to take you to their home on Smack Jeeves.