Corey Pandolph Found Dead

Yesterday’s Non Sequitur featured a small easter egg for those looking into the details. In the fifth panel, The character “Joe” is holding a paper with the headline, “Corey Pandolph Found Dead At Gritty’s.” Corey Pandolph is the cartoonist for Elderberries, and creator of Toby, Robot Satan, and Barkeater Lake. Both he and Non Sequitur creator Wiley Miller live in Maine.

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  1. This cartoon has an inane sort of approach to humankind’s awareness of, adn encounter with, evil, I think. It is weird enough to keep reading. Can anyone explain the episode strip beginning with: “Feline Designate X!” In it,I know that the cat is unaffected by Toby’s demand; Toby must go away disgruntled, judging by his comment about not having patience.

    A human then reminds non-lactor Toby that he puts milk out for cats. Does this imply that Toby IS indeed patient on some level (Which, of course, would disappoint him.)? Is the point to say that evil, in all its plottin, is incapable of knowing itself? Stupid, with surface statements only?

    Or, have I spent too much time on this already?
    Please advise. and Many Thanx!!

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