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  1. davidf42 commented on FoxTrot en Español about 2 hours ago

    Mark Trail – Darn those elephants.
    Phantom – Just need water? He probably has a cracked block.
    Rex Morgan – Why another reference to Bugsy the chauffeur? What makes him important in this story?
    Mandrake – My money says it’s Luciphor.

  2. davidf42 commented on Tarzan about 2 hours ago

    Except it doesn’t work that way in real life. In North America, the Paleo-Indians hunted the mammoth to extinction, then did the same to the horses. Eventually, the Native Americans would have exterminated the buffalo, if the white men had not been there.

  3. davidf42 commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 2 hours ago

    Hi! I’m Buster Brown! Look for me in your shoe!
    Arf! Arf!
    That’s my dog Tige! Look for him in there too!

  4. davidf42 commented on Kid Beowulf about 3 hours ago

    The snakes, or whatever they are, seem to be working in cooperation with each other. Snakes don’t normally do that.

  5. davidf42 commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 3 hours ago

    I wonder what the exciting project is?

  6. davidf42 commented on Benitin y Eneas about 3 hours ago

    Morning, Vagabonds.

    Can’t get the grass mowed because of the rain.

  7. davidf42 commented on Alley Oop about 3 hours ago

    Morning, Oopsters.

    Frankly, I don’t think the Benders even realized that Ooola had a history as an actress until they read it here in the comments section, then had to adjust their story to accommodate.

  8. davidf42 commented on Annie about 3 hours ago

    Morning, Anniephans!

  9. davidf42 commented on Annie about 3 hours ago

    Morning, Anniephans!

    On the road again…Can’t wait to get on the road again…

    Here’s the link to the 2005 Annie story, ”El Tocororo.”

  10. davidf42 commented on Dick Tracy about 3 hours ago

    The “blue” reference could be another red herring thrown at us by Team Tracy to make us think that it has something to do with Diet Smith’s project. And the fact that Prof Kenyon ignored Annie’s question seems to indicate that he is under the hypnotic spell.