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  1. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop about 9 hours ago

    I’m guessing the strip — but, now that you mention it, that’s just a guess.

  2. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Beardo about 9 hours ago

    Call A&E and get the crew of “Hoarders” out there. They’ll take care of it — and you only need to be humiliated on national TV in return.

  3. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Drabble about 9 hours ago

    I think you’re right.

  4. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard about 9 hours ago

    Modern sailboats can sail into the wind (not directly into it, but pretty close); and they can easily travel faster than the wind speed. Paradoxically, they travel faster sailing (nearly) into the wind, than they do when running with the wind.

  5. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop about 9 hours ago

    Cave men and women, who speak perfect English. Time traveling cavemen, who ride dinosaurs. None of those things matter — but, let a hair accessory move around and that’s it for suspension of disbelief. Got it.

  6. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 1 day ago

    The number of Alley Oop subscribers on gocomics.com has increased by about 10% in the past year. New fans are outnumbering the hyper-critics by about 200 to one.

    (Check out the number of subscribers for each strip, on the alphabetical listings.)

  7. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Monty 3 days ago

    The Sasquatch and Yeti around here don’t smell too bad. Maybe it’s because they use Irish Spring.

  8. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty 4 days ago

    Does “some stuff” have to do with old boy friends?

  9. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 7 days ago

    You’re probably not alone — but, I’m not with you.
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    In one sense, many cartoonists (and authors) are characters in their strips (books) — in that they are autobiographical to some extent.
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    In PBS, Pastis is essentially an avatar (in the original meaning of the word). The characters call him “our creator”, and he walks amongst them. It raises all sorts of interesting philosophical (and theological) questions.
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    We occasionally see the cartoonist make an appearance in Overboard, where he is also has some supernatural powers — although it’s not clear (to me at least) whether he is able to control what the main characters do. (I’m only talking about the avatar of the cartoonist — of course, the cartoonist controls the characters. Or does he?)
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    In the case of (apparently) autobiographical strips, the cartoonist appears as a character — but he’s only chronicling events, he’s not making them happening. Beardo is an example of that.
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    Agreed, it could be overdone — but, that hasn’t happened in PBS yet.

  10. tundrasea GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 8 days ago

    A lot of people seem to have forgotten just how bad a Communist government can be for everyone.