The latest pages of the scene that wouldn't die (the next update will bring a much needed change). Sorry to have taken so long with these. They turned out to be particularly difficult pages to tackle.
It may or may not be somewhat common knowledge at this point since it's been covered numerous times in popular media, but the Bureau of Prohibition was part of the Department of the Treasury (being initially part of the IRS, and becoming its own bureau within the Treasury Dept. by 1927.)
During the span of Prohibition, it employed about 1,500 to 2,500 shabbily-paid agents to investigate illicit alcohol trade and enforce the 18th Amendment across the nation. (It was later moved to the Justice Department, then to the FBI. It exists in a transmogrified capacity as the ATF these days.)
----------------Lackadaisy Volume 1 is available on Amazon.
Prior pages of the comic can be found in the Archive
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too, usually before they happen here.
...aaand Lackadaisy has been nominated for an Eisner Award
in the digital comics category! You can't see it, but I'm doing the Kermit arm-flail right now. YAAAAY.