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Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson

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  1. mkilby commented on Pat Oliphant about 22 hours ago

    I really wish I had come back here in time to catch those reprinted pages in “Richard’s Poor Almanac”. Unfortunately, it appears that GoComics has deleted them from the archive. Reviewing backwards from August 13th produces a placeholder image that says “This comic is currently unavailable”.

    But it wasn’t a total loss: it was wonderful to read the comment by Tom Hyland (see above), and to know that Oliphant is still around. If he’s not drawing, at least he’s doing so by his own choice.

  2. mkilby commented on Tom Toles 2 days ago

    This reminds me of Gahan Wilson’s I think I won! panel.

  3. mkilby commented on Moderately Confused 2 days ago

    (Little) Feats don’t fail me now!

  4. mkilby commented on That is Priceless 3 days ago

    It could be Mad King Ludwig on his final (“involuntary baptismal”) journey.

  5. mkilby commented on Andy Capp 16 days ago

    This comic doesn’t even belong here, it’s dated 2003.

  6. mkilby commented on Andy Capp 16 days ago

    These four strips (Jan 1-4) were posted by mistake under 2002, they belong to 2003, and can also be found under their correct dates.

  7. mkilby commented on Rubes 16 days ago

    In case anyone hasn’t noticed, it turns out that Leigh did his homework. Just compare the symbols he drew to any random tourist-quality heiroglyphic conversion chart, and the text “beware eternal curse” really is recognizable.

  8. mkilby commented on That is Priceless 17 days ago

    This seems to have been posted a day late, I almost missed it.

  9. mkilby commented on Little Nemo about 1 month ago

    The “several” in the caption above is an understatement. The Comic Strip Library has twelve subsequent Nemo pages from the Herald (up to 23-Jul-1911). Unfortunately, neither the artwork nor the coloring in these 12 pages come anywhere close to the complexity that we’ve seen here lately.
    CSL continues (seamlessly) with Nemo as it appeared in the New York American, starting on 3-Sep-1911, in which the artwork seems to return to form.

  10. mkilby commented on Little Nemo about 1 month ago

    While I am very thankful for all of the effort that went into this feature, I think it would be more “appropriate” to continue up to the end of the 1911 run in the Herald, rather than making an arbitrary decision based on personal preferences about content or the characters. Let readers decide for themselves!