All’s Wells that ends Wells

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27 Responses to All’s Wells that ends Wells

  1. Fenbeagle for First Minister!!

  2. Owen Morgan says:

    Brilliant artistry! I wish I could draw with just a tenth of your skill and wit.

  3. manonthemoor says:

    A classic addition to a well loved series

    Thank you fen

  4. Josh says:

    Lovely, Fen, keep barking!

  5. Tom Bakewell says:


  6. HaroldW says:

    Props for the twist on the Moody Blues lyric. Most enjoyable!

  7. kim says:

    Death and Destruction,
    Doomsayers want the whole world.
    Look, Ma; we got Art.

  8. alexjc38 says:

    Excellent work, fenbeagle – I am all of a Whirl! Definitely a fan… of HG Wells, The War of the Worlds and fenbeagleblog, that is.

  9. David C says:


  10. microdave says:

    I’ve just seen this linked at Bishop Hills blog – an excellent piece of work!

  11. WCO says:

    Bravo, sir. Bravo.

  12. meltemian says:

    No Nathaniel, Oh no
    Nathaniel, no
    There must be more to life
    There has to be a way
    That we can restore to life
    The light that we have lost

    Great parody Fen’!!!

  13. T G Watkins says:

    Just brilliant.
    A few clouds downwind might have been apt but of course none of the bird mincers are turning.
    The final picture reminds me of the end of the original ‘Planet of the Apes’ with NY buried under sand and only the statue of Liberty visible.

  14. NikFromNYC says:

    “Next day, the dawn was a brilliant, fiery red and I wandered through the weird and lurid landscape of another planet, for the vegetation which gives Mars its red appearance had taken root on Earth. As man had succumbed to the Martians, so our land now succumbed to the red weed.

    Wherever there was a stream the red weed clung and grew with frightening voraciousness, its claw-like fronds choking the movement of the water. And then it began to creep like a slimy red animal across the land covering field and ditch and tree and hedgerow with living scarlet feelers, crawling, crawling.”

  15. Lynne says:

    By ‘eck, that was brilliant!

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  17. colliemum says:

    Beautiful, dear fenbeagle, simply beautiful …

    All I wanna know, at the end – did the Poley Bears eat the intrepid beagle – or did he survive, with the help of his wolf ancestors?
    One would hope so!

    • It’s ok Colliemum it’s Al-a-gorical. All the dogs, and puppies and kittens, are saved by a ‘Hark’…Which is a bit like an ‘Arc’ Except that people listened.

      ….And, instead of building something hopeless. They considered what works. …..What could be done, and what should not.

  18. Anthony Watts says:

    And like the War of the Worlds radio broadcast, the panic over energy is is fiction.

    Great stuff!

  19. Amanda says:

    Fen, I love it. Laughed especially at the last pictures and the captain ‘all at sea/without a full deck’. Cheers, A.

  20. sacculina says:

    Very nice artwork fenbeagle. Hope one day you consider using your talents for good, rather than evil. Catch you again at Booker’s or Delingpole’s place.


    • Thank’s sacculina. When the distance between propossed 410 foot tall, wind follies, and residents bedrooms. Is further than I can reasonably pace out…..(Or they are happy for them to be built anyway.)

      When the view across British countryside, is not Industrial…..Everywhere. …And never will be.

      When people are treated fairly, on this and other issues. As we would wish to be treated ourselves.
      …Then, and only then, will I hang up this dog collar.

  21. cremaster says:

    Great stuff, Fen. I’ll continue following your work until Huhne’s powercuts bite.

  22. Green Sand says:

    Hi fen, just seen this at WUWT:-

    “fenbeagle says:
    May 15, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    There’s more to this than meets the eye….. Time will tell.”

    Has the cold nosed picked up a scent?

    PS, I enjoy the work, there is something new, clear, it has a signature without needing one.

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