This is an illustration of slippery slope logic whereby a relatively small action leads to a chain of events resulting in some significant effect, usually negative. Out of the many interpretations. We resort to drugs, Alcoholism, and substances when we lose our most loving ones. It gives a mirage of happiness and peace
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Many of us start out believing we’re doing some good, that we’re helping a hapless soul in need, but in the end, we cause more harm and only create or exacerbate a chain reaction of suffering that is life. Can we help one, without harming another? I love how people find a hidden meaning to these comics. Idk if there are any but, either way, these hidden meanings are awesome. Joan cornella just do it later. I’ve seen a lot of people get deep into it which I sometimes find plausible for explaining the author’s hidden meaning, but that doesn’t mean I believe there actually is one. This is artistic and has an incredibly deep meaning.
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It explains the ramifications of a self-conglomerate society that imposes their radical ideas to place us and abhor our basic human natures to make us become martyrs to a ruler that seeks to disenfranchise the belief that a pawn of oligarchy can liberate an omnipotent government hellbent on our destruction. This comment was obviously bullshit but I like to troll to see how many people would take this literally. Joan himself said there’s no secret meaning or criticism in his work. An old lady shooting up with the morphine or whatever the drug is in the syringe. The last cartoon I saw showed a junkie in a euphoric state giving random weirdo guy the needle from out of his arm. Random weirdo see’s the little girl crying because she lost her balloon. In the last frame, it shows him sticking the used dope needle into the little girl’s arm. See? Grandma knows exactly what she’s doing and more importantly, is a grown adult. Btw what is Joan’ s obsession with junkies and dope lately?