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  1. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Warped 1 day ago

    And Dr. Seuss DID write for Hollywood. He wrote the scripts for several cartoons based on his books, scripts for several of the Private Snafu shorts, and the screenplay for one full-length movie, THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR. T.

  2. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Warped 1 day ago

    ’You know what I want to hear… You played it for her, you can play it for me… If she can stand it, I can! Play it!"

  3. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 6 days ago

    A strip where I have to look up the information necessary to solve the crime is unfair. All the information necessary to reach the solution should be contained in the strip proper, not a FARMER’S ALMANAC.

  4. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy 13 days ago

    AnyFace, The “Snails” storyline didnt’ actually start until after September 11, 2001. The 09/11/01 strip featured the Mistress of Death being struck by lightning in the revival tent. It was the beginning of the end of the “Mistress of Death” story. The “Snails” story didn’t start until 09/14/01.

  5. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Buni 28 days ago

    The story: “The Star” by Arthur C. Clarke. The TWILIGHT ZONE episode (from the 1985 revival): an Alan Brennert adaptation of that story.

  6. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Pop Culture Shock Therapy about 1 month ago

    Yeah, but even if he were out there to use the lever on the boulder, the boulder wouldn’t go over the edge and land on the Road Runner. It would fly up into the air and land on the coyote. So, in a sense, the baby saved his life.

  7. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Chuckle Bros about 1 month ago

    But Dali didn’t pronounce his name to sound like dally, he pronounced it Dah-LEE. So the pun here doesn’t really work.

  8. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Garfield Classics about 1 month ago

    There’s an episode of the new GARFIELD TV series (the CGI animated one produced in France) that actually answers the question of whatever happened to Lyman. That episode was also adapted into graphic novel form for one of the Papercutz comic digest magazines.

  9. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 2 months ago

    Yes a bit too obvious for would-be thieves. Why not the six letters in the last line? Or the first letter in each of the six lines in the chart? Just as easy to remember, but a little harder to crack.

  10. Bob Ingersoll GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts Begins 3 months ago

    If you hit the magnifying glass icon, the enlarged version, while still missing much of the black plate, is faint but legible.