From 1983 through 1992, The L.A. Reader ran this weekly comic strip by Lynch. The strip featured a small explanation and four panels of the same artwork showing a dog growling while attached to a chain in his owner’s backyard. The only change on a weekly basis was the dialogue bubbles coming from inside the house, which ran the gamut from deep philosophical thoughts (“If everything is real… then nothing is real at all”) to pun-based jokes (“Bill … who is this San Andreas? I can’t believe it’s his fault”), but they were always pure Lynchian weirdness.