- Barnaby and Loaker
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Thursday, 12 June 2014
"See No Feigenbaum, Hear No Beauregarde"
Issue#52: "See No Feigenbaum, Hear No Beauregarde"
Feigenbaum discovers that Beauregarde can see him while Beauregarde finds out that the Pooka can hear him...
Notes and References:
The title of this issue comes from the "Three Wise Monkeys", A pictorial saying that embodies the principle of "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil". This saying was made most famous in the 1989 American comedy "See No Evil, Hear No Evil" starring Gene Wilder as a deaf man and Richard Pryor as a blind man. This relates to Feigenbaum, A character who is rarely seen by other due to being partly imaginary, and Beauregarde, A character who voices his opinions through his thoughts alone.
This is the third appearance of Beauregarde who previously appeared in issue #37 "Barnaby and Beauregarde" and #42 "Beauregarde VS The Mole-Men". He also appears in the new banner above.
Feigenbaum mentions his recent unimagining at the hands of Bartleby in issue#46 "The Unimagining of Feigenbaum". He recovered from the ordeal in issue#50 "Battle of the Barnabys" Part Two.
This issue illustrates Feigenbaum's eagerness to make friends and Beauregarde inherent grumpiness.