“Well, at least we can be thankful there’s no slavery anymore right? I mean , that, like, totally sucked.”


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Via this isn’t happiness™ and the Ephemerist

Chris Ware provided the cover for the November 27, 2006 issue of The New Yorker. Or rather, he provided no less than 4 covers, which form a comic when combined.

The New Yorker gracefully made all covers available on their website, and added a fifth page, which, in true Ware fashion, completed the comic by continuously cramming more panels on a single page.