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  1. Godfreydaniel commented on Lio about 18 hours ago

    “You’re gonna need a bigger summer!”

  2. Godfreydaniel commented on Wizard of Id Classics about 18 hours ago

    This was always one of my favorites!

  3. Godfreydaniel commented on Peanuts Begins about 18 hours ago

    Charlie Brown’s shirt is back to being orange instead of yellow, I see. (There’s an interesting discussion of the colorizing of “Peanuts” over at “Peanuts” today.)

  4. Godfreydaniel commented on Peanuts about 18 hours ago

    The “Calvin and Hobbes” daily reruns on GoComics are in the black and white that their creator and God intended. “Lio’s” new dailies are, too. “Li’l Abner” only has a few arcs, but they’re all in the original. My newspaper, “The Kansas City Star” still prints the dailies in black and white, though I’m sure it’s in the minority these days. And of course I have a couple hundred of the old pocket paperbacks of comic strips ranging from “Andy Capp” to “Ziggy.” Black and white never bothers me.

  5. Godfreydaniel commented on Angry Little Girls about 18 hours ago

    But it gets lost in translation………..

  6. Godfreydaniel commented on Matt Wuerker about 18 hours ago

    I freely admit that Trump is neither the biggest idiot nor the biggest lunatic in politics. That said……….

  7. Godfreydaniel commented on Tom Toles about 18 hours ago

    When the ventriloquist and the dummy are both dummies…..

  8. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp about 19 hours ago

    Andy: “Which horses should I place me bets on?”
    Mystic Mary: “If I knew THAT, I’d be down at the track!”

  9. Godfreydaniel commented on Wizard of Id 2 days ago

    “The world is coming to an end, send me all your money!”
    “Wait, if the world is coming to an end, what would YOU do with all that money?”
    “Logic? Oh, NO!”

  10. Godfreydaniel commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    Watterson didn’t want kids to have Hobbes stuffed toys because he wanted Hobbes to be unique (which he certainly was!) As for commrecializing, I’ve never had a problem with cartoonists who put their characters on tee shirts or calendars or toys. But using them in commercials for cars or life insurance or things that had NOTHING to do with the comic strip always kind of grated on me.