FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend

FoxTrot Classics

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  1. Al S.

    Al S. said, about 1 month ago

    The studio makes the $300 million, not the designers.

  2. Josh  Lyons

    Josh Lyons GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    Finding Nemo came out the year this strip was printed (2003). There’s going to be a sequel to it called Finding Dory (possibly 2016). Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks will be reprising their roles as Dory and Marlin. Dory of course, is the scatterbrain but resourceful blue tang fish who helped Martin find his son Nemo.

  3. Mark Zwaan

    Mark Zwaan said, about 1 month ago

    @Josh Lyons

    That should be “her” son Nemo, since in a clownfish family the male becomes a female if the only female dies…
    Guess the scriptwriter of Finding Nemo neglected to read this on Wikipedia:
    “If the female clownfish is removed from the group, such as by death, one of the largest and most dominant males will become a female.”

  4. rpmurray

    rpmurray said, about 1 month ago

    @Mark Zwaan

    Do you believe everything you read on Wikipedia?

  5. Josh  Lyons

    Josh Lyons GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    “That should be “her” son Nemo, since in a clownfish family the male becomes a female if the only female dies…”
    -
    And it was never explained in the first movie what happened
    to Nemo’s mom.

  6. LadyKat

    LadyKat said, about 1 month ago

    @Josh Lyons

    It’s been many years since I saw it, but I believe she died protecting her eggs from something. The only egg left was Nemo.

  7. Kim Metzger

    Kim Metzger GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    I want to see the first R-rated computer animated film.

  8. Strod

    Strod GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @Mark Zwaan

    Guess the scriptwriter of Finding Nemo neglected to read this on Wikipedia:

    No he didn’t. He couldn’t have. That edit was introduced in the Wikipedia article on May 17, 2004, a year after the movie was released.

  9. Tom Flapwell

    Tom Flapwell GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @rpmurray

    I find it credible enough, given what I know of other sea creatures from sources other than Wikipedia.

  10. FlyGuyP38

    FlyGuyP38 said, about 1 month ago

    @Al S.

    Still, working for Pixar is supposedly good money.

  11. neverenoughgold

    neverenoughgold GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @Kim Metzger

    “I want to see the first …”
    Why stop at “R”? I’m sure there is a XXX version out there!
    .
    Somewhere…

  12. neverenoughgold

    neverenoughgold GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    I just checked, and we have the film “Finding Nemo” in our DVD/BluRay library.
    .
    Haven’t watched it yet; maybe this afternoon after I get back from the dentist…

  13. dflak

    dflak said, about 1 month ago

    I amazes me how a screenwriter can come up with a script for a movie based on a book without ever reading the book.


    Or for that matter, how movies based on actual events barely resemble reality. There are two Kevin Costner movies I get confused: JFK and the Untouchables. I don’t know which one involves more gunfire.

  14. ChessPirate

    ChessPirate said, about 1 month ago

    @Kim Metzger

    Did you know that Ralph Bakshi’s “Fritz the Cat” was rated X?

  15. ChessPirate

    ChessPirate said, about 1 month ago

    I always thought that, instead of “Based on [Book Title]”, the Hollywood credit should read more like “Suggested by the title of [Book Title]”.

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