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  1. dante.deangelo commented on Red and Rover 5 months ago

    my worry is that this what he started to do with adam before he quit drawing it. like he’s run out of ideas or something.

  2. dante.deangelo commented on Drabble 5 months ago

    Kevin I hope you know how much I love Drabble

  3. dante.deangelo commented on Doonesbury 5 months ago

    go away.

  4. dante.deangelo commented on Shutterbug Follies 5 months ago

    very hitchcockian scene

  5. dante.deangelo commented on Shutterbug Follies 5 months ago

    I have enjoyed reading this. Mr. Little.

  6. dante.deangelo commented on Adam@Home over 1 year ago

    Amen, Dora. He did whole weeks of that sort of stuff and it was endless.

  7. dante.deangelo commented on Adam@Home over 1 year ago

    While I’m sure you have an allergy to cashews, that by itself does not make them a “nut.”

    It may be considered a “nut” to those in the kitchen, but not to those in a science lab.

  8. dante.deangelo commented on Adam@Home over 1 year ago

    Alex, I’m afraid I also take issue with your comments.

    Which, in my opinion, seem to be uniformed and slightly mean.

    Ya see, Adam is my favorite comic and I’ve been reading it since it first started back in the 80s. Liek anything that’s been around that long, it’s gone through some good times and some bad.

    I think in the last days of Brian Bassett drawing it in 2008 or so, those were among the depths of the comic creatively. I don’t blame Brian he was doing two comics at the and must have been stretched thin.

    Since he dropped the pen the comic has evolved into a really nice, warm, funny comic where the family actually likes each other.

    I think it’s truer to life and a better, happier chronicle of modern family life than any other comic now running and certainly superior to any “sit-com” in prime time.

    You are entitled to your opinion, but so am I and I think you’re 100% wrong.

    I also hope you realize that when you speak in such extreme and certain critique not only do you insult the cartoonist, but the fans. A little diplomacy can go a long way.

  9. dante.deangelo commented on Adam@Home over 1 year ago

    it’s like the arrow in the FedEx logo once you see it, it’s forever there.

  10. dante.deangelo commented on Adam@Home over 1 year ago

    The H is made by the W on the bottom and the tail on top.