Page 45 Review by Stephen
"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards," wrote Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard.
But this neat little 4" x 3" mini-comic can be read both backwards and forwards. Stitch that, Søren!
Yes, it's the return of arch-existentialist Lizz Lunney in another profound treatise on post-modern solipsism, contemporary geopolitics, and European fiscal mismanagement. On the subject of which, next time you watch Cameron and Clegg retreat through the doors of 10 Downing Street, watch how each tries to get the last patronising, proprietorial pat on the back in. Funny!
Oh wait. No, sorry. This is about dinosaurs ditching their nihilistic ways in favour of a decent knitting pattern. And cats confounded by cubes of semi-sentient tofu which only experience satori after sanitary rejection. They're fragrant to a vagrant. The end.
this is quite existentialist. As you were!