Not sure it quite works. The problem is, as the spoof site owner points out, Doonesbury is not, at this point in its development, particularly funny. In fairness, it isn’t trying to be. Its appeal to its fans lies in the reassurance provided by constant iteration of their interpretation of events. The linked spoof attempt picks up the leaden tone and gives it a twist in another direction, without successfully spoofing it..
Heaven knows, there is much to spoof in late-stage Darwinism, and the Daily Mash gives some idea how the enterprising comic could go about it.
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