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: It's mentioned twice that the strip had no form of finale or resolution due to the author's death, but at the same time, Krazy drowns in the last strip
? How does that work?
Anonymous Mc Cartneyfan
: The strip was surreal. Odds are, Krazy is the kind of kharacter who frequently gets into situations that would kill a kat in a more realistic strip. Think of Daffy Duck or Wile E.
: The repeated replacement of "k" for "c" throughout this article is a bit odd. The strip didn't really do it that often apart from Krazy's name, and the use of it every time
in this article gives a misleading impression of the strip. For me, the use of quotation marks around certain words is a far more notable hallmark of the comic. In fact, the final panel of one 1917 strip contains a nice little poem (which I'm considering adding to this article right now since it sums up the strip's tone so well) in which neither "crazy" nor "cat" are spelled with a K!