Bork’s daily encounters are set in the Stone Age. But don’t be surprised to see Bork and his wife shopping at the mall, eating at a restaurant, or Bork sitting with his feet up in a recliner. Bork is married. His wife is practical and works hard at keeping Bork in line. Bork is more whimsical. He may be seen arguing with the corn eating crows, or considering a new way to use a stone tire. Bork doesn’t like to pay tolls and often strategizes ways to avoid paying the toll keeper. But, what is most different about Bork is that the comic is told through pantomime. So enjoy through facial expressions and dramatic body language, the unspoken: consternation, mild innuendos and humorous anecdotes as you view ‘Bork’ from panel to panel
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