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Baldo by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos

Baldo

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  1. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Garfield Minus Garfield 3 months ago

    Garfield without Garfield is often totally incomprehensible. Even when it’s funny sans cat, I fail to see the need.

  2. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 3 months ago

    Joke is indeed ancient; I remember “making up” that joke as a teenager in the 1950s, probably at least the 10,000th person to think of it. The comments are funnier. Still love Shoe after all these decades.

  3. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Basic Instructions 4 months ago

    This is a comic strip that takes some work (which is good for us). Some of them are laugh out loud funny.

  4. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Random Acts of Nancy 7 months ago

    I’d cry because not one of the comics so far has been remotely funny.

  5. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 8 months ago

    Brewster the Rooster was the mascot for Gobel Beer back in the 1950s

  6. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City 11 months ago

    This is the dumbest and least entertaining sequence this comic has ever given us. Unworthy of Mark. If it pays off in the end, I’ll retract my words, but so far it’s not promising…just seems to drag on for weeks.

  7. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 year ago

    Time to delete this utterly fascinating but unreadable feature from my email list. Maybe they can do it better in the next life.

  8. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Santa vs. Dracula about 1 year ago

    Mighty P, it’s grayed out in my Email but seems to be a good size on the web site.

  9. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Santa vs. Dracula about 1 year ago

    Here’s my question – any chance we’ll see new My Cage strips again? Meanwhile I’ll try this one. Thanks for one of the great strips of the century.

  10. DickEstel GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 year ago

    New, not nearly as good, Katzenjammer Kids strips are available at DailyInk.com. They also have originals from the 1930s. Don’t know if these are regularly available or not but I’m going to try to add them to my daily Email.
    http://dailyink.com/features/Katzenjammer_Kidssun_vintage