I.R.S. versus Blade

I.R.S. versus Blade

It appears Wesley Snipes didn’t stick it to the Internal Revenue Service the way Blade the vampire hunter would have. Today’s strip is the case as it should have gone. Of course I don’t endorse disintegrating Internal Revenue Agents with technologically advanced silver weapons, but it’s cathartic, isn’t it?

I’m sorry for going so long without posting a cartoon. I’m going to continue trying to post a cartoon each week, but notice that I’ve changed the tag line in the page’s title. The cartoons can sometimes be very time-consuming and I’m working on a book right now that needs the primary portion of my time.

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Cartoon Text ( Why is this here? ):
Bailiff: The case of Internal Revenue Service versus Wesley Snipes. This court is now in session.

Blade (Wesley Snipes): I just have one question before we begin. Why did the plaintiffs insist on trying this case at night?

I.R.S. Agent: Hissssss!

Blade (Wesley Snipes): Blood suckers!

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Discussion (4)¬

  1. Puke says:

    Hilarious! I love it.

  2. Jacobus says:

    Is Snipes’ lawyer Julia Miranda?

  3. Dale says:

    “Is Snipes’ lawyer Julia Miranda?

    BINGO! Kudos for noticing.

  4. Eric B. says:

    I hate to nitpick (well, not really; Dale knows me better than that), but you misspelled “plaintiff” in the actual cartoon (although it’s correctly spelled in the cartoon text summary box). Oh, and keep up the good work!

    –Your Friendly Neighborhood Backseat Editor