Bad Dog Comics – Gunnar’s Great Escape

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Oh man. I’m so ready to take on the day!


Hmmm….my phone isn’t working and I have a call I can’t miss.


Ok guys. We have to pack up the WHOLE RV and get to town so I can get ahold of Kelley.

Lola – Ok…
Beasley – Yep.

Gunnar – …….


Ok. You two run around while I pack. Then, we’ll get going.

Beasley – Great!

Lola – What about me?

Gunnar – (sucker)


… 30 minutes later…

That wasn’t so bad…

Okay dogs, in the house!

Beasley – That was fun!

In the house, Gunnar.

Gunnar – Bite me.

Come on. We don’t time. I’ll be late.

Gunnar – I said. Bite. Me.

Now you’re just being rude.

Gunnar – Glad you caught on.

Fine. I’ll shower and you can stay out here by yourself.

Gunnar – Fine by me. Stupid.

 Why is that dog so dang stubborn?


Gunnar – haaaa haaaa

Gunnar – You can never take my Freeeeedom!

Gunnar get in the house!

Gunnar – NEVER!

45 extremely frustrating minutes later…..


Please, get in the car. Why don’t you love me? (Sob)

Gunnar – This is my home now. I belong here.

 You belong with us!

 Fine. I’m leaving.

This will do the trick. He’ll think I’m leaving him.

Bye, Fool. You can’t trick me.

I’ll show him.

Tore up all my stuff….

Bites the other dogs….

Has a bad attitude.

Gunnar – Bye!

Wait! Come back! I love you. I’m sorry!


I’m sorry too. Let’s get in the house!


I’m not sorry!

Kiss my butt, dummy!

If you can catch it!

  That’s it! I hope I never see you again!

Then, I have an idea…..

But why don’t you take this bone in case you get hungry?

  Wuuuuu? Heck yeah. I’m always hungry. You’re such an easy mark.


  Let’s go William Wallace.

  This isn’t over.

Stop talking with your mouth full. Brat.

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About Elisha

Elisha Dasenbrock is an award winning, international watercolor artist. She paints with a limited palette on claybord. Dasenbrock graduated from the American Academy of Art in 2009 and has been painting professionally ever since.