It was a special day in the desert, a very unique day. Blowing in a breeze was a discarded magazine, its pages flapping around in the wind as it tumbled across the desert. The magazine stopped when it collided with a small lizard walking by the asphalt road.
The lizard threw the collection of paper off of him grumpily and stomped on it a few times. Then, he looked down at the picture. It showed a man presenting a box of chocolates to a woman, much to the woman’s delight. Red hearts were floating all around the scene.
The sky was pitch black and full of twinkling stars. The night sky was a truly beautiful sight in the desert. Harchi gazed up at the stars and sighed to himself. He pulled out a broken mirror and stared at his reflection. What stared back was a sad hyena with wilted ears and a broken expression. Harchi sniffled and rubbed a paw across his nose as a tear escaped his left eye and rolled down his muzzle to the tip of his nose. The drop of saltwater hung from his nose and dripped into the sand.
Oscar entered the first room he found, and he grabbed a piece of furniture and pushed it towards the door, blocking the entrance. He sighted deeply and layed himself in the floor, seeing Popy hang in a rope, upside-down; he couldn't resist and bursted out laughing.
"hahaha, very funny isn't it?" Popy asked with her deep-serious tone "just get me out of here so I can help you!"
"o-hahahha! ok, ok" Oscar giggled a bunch of times before finally freeing Popy. Suddently Oscar's walkietalkie started to shake, he picked it up and it clearly was Harchi and Buck who were...
Does anyone know what kind of lizard Oscar is supposed to be? Also curious what kind of dog Roco is!
I love the animation nods given to Looney Tunes & its shorts, as cartoons should be! There's adult layers to the stories in details: magazines & billboards, a military episode, LOTS more. Oscar is very quixotic. Never gives up! HYSTERICALLY FUNNY!! Visually gorgeous. Well developed characters - EVEN THO THEY DON'T TALK!! Great writing, proves cartoons CAN be written for & enjoyed by ALL AGES!!
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