Wilde Hühner

Today’s comic looks a little different, because I really am in Germany this week. Without my usual comics-making gear, I’ll have to improvise a little!

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17 Responses to Wilde Hühner

  1. CapnGoat says:

    You’re in Germany? Where? For how long? What for? Can I buy you a beer?

    • Doug says:

      I’m here on day-job business. Having a great time so far! I hope to come back for comics-related fun some time – then we can talk beers 🙂

  2. Philipp says:

    Welcome in Germany!
    You´re doing great so far. Thank you for you work. It puts a smile on my face every day.

  3. Arno Schmidt says:

    Don’t worry. A lot of Germans speak (a little bit of) English. Not particularly well, mind you—but we love to practice anyway … ^^

  4. Die lorelei says:

    great one!!! i tried to say “ich verstehe nicht” to a German last week and i pronounced so badly they did not understand it!!! 😀

    • Nicht die Lorelei, war aber schon mal da says:

      Keep it simple!

      If you don’t understand simply reply with a “was?” or “wie bitte?”. If you still don’t understand after that you may reply with “das kapier ich nicht”. 😀

  5. Melanie says:

    Guten Tag,
    also from me a very warm welcome to Germany. Hope you enjoy your visit. I like your comics. Every day, they put a smile on my face.

  6. Karina Valkyrie says:

    I love when you do a little something different. Keeps me awake in the drudgery of expectation! lolz

  7. Diana says:

    You need “ein bier bitte” to make your trip complete! Have a wunderbar time!

  8. RogerR says:

    Take some pepper with you…

  9. Daniele Cucchi says:

    I love this look!!!

  10. Tigerle says:

    Welcome in Germany?
    Where in Germany are you? And take your time to see something of the city, wherever you are. Nearly all cities are some kind of great!

  11. Ronald Snijder says:

    Well, you might want to put this on your Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/track/1fkukugwyCltaOJaYZsewe?fo=1

  12. Peter Wolff says:

    Vell, the most from us have Englisch in shool learnt, therefrom should you have none problems with us to communikate.

  13. Jason says:

    I like this look better – it’s more textural and organic.

  14. Jessica says:

    I love this! When I first moved to Germany that was actually was the only German word I knew. 2.5 years later I’m slowly approaching fluency.

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