Dream Of The Rarebit Fiend is a pretty great strip, with an amazing framework, in which anything, as in dreams, is possible.
But that doesn't make it unfulfilling. It makes it predictable, yes, but it's not about the destination, it's about the crooked, though somehow alluring, flow of the dialogue and the strange situations McKay draws up before pulling the rug at the last moment.
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If you'd like to read more of these damnable rarebit comics, you can find them, along with McKay's own Little Nemo and George Herriman's classic Krazy Kat at The Comic Strip Library. Fair warning, it can get pretty 1900s-era type bigoted at times, so keep that in mind.