Thursday, March 06, 2008

Ouch! Talk about hitting a sore spot...

How many cubicles do you suppose this is hanging in today?

Sometimes Non Sequitur slays me.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

not sure I'm doing this right. paper says to comment, go to I went there, and it doesn't say "give me feedback on comics." So that's what I'm trying to do.
These two new ones are definitely better than the last two. Still want SHOE, however. And if we can get Classic Peanuts, can't we get Classic Calvin & Hobbes? Or Far Side?

10:36 PM  
Blogger Dena Rosenberry said...

Yes, this is where you comment on comics, whether it's what's in today's paper or what's on today's blog or what you'd like to see.

I don't think Shoe has maintained its previous level of quality since its creator died. I can check in again in earnest, but when I see it in other papers or online I'm not wowed.

No, we can't get classic Calvin & Hobbes. Only if you live outside North America. I'm not sure about The Far Side. The only reason I keep classic Peanuts is there are too few comics that appeal to kids. If I found something elementary-age kids like as much, I'd probably drop Peanuts.

8:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to say I really enjoyed Cul De Sac, I thought the characters were quirky and fun, and miss reading it in the Gazette. I think F minus is okay, but I could do without Agnes.

I also want to add that I really appreciate that the Gazette is willing to give newer and off beat strips a chance. From what I have read online, that is a very rare thing for a newspaper to do.

Oh, and thanks for keeping Peanuts, I am not ready for a world without Charlie Brown. :)

11:09 AM  
Blogger Billy O. said...

I miss Cul De Sac too. I touch of absurd magic amidst a lot of standard comics fare. alas,

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I enjoyed Cul-De-Sac, too.

Have you seen one called Arctic Circle? It's funny and pretty different.

9:32 PM  

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