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  1. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 11 days ago

    Seems odd that the Mutt and Jeff Sunday strip has been missing since the middle of October. Fortunately, you can go all the way back to 2003 by clicking on the calendar, and read some of the Sunday strips going back that far. It used to be that the Sunday strip was where most newspapers began running comic strips. I know that, when we were growing up – we could only afford to purchase a newspaper once a week – and that was the Sunday newspaper. We would go in to town for church on Sunday morning and then, after church, we would stop by the news stand outside the drug store and pick up the two Sunday newspapers from the State capital. Then we spent Sunday afternoon reading the newspapers, after we had eaten lunch and cleaned up afterward. After everyone read the newspaper, my sister and I were allowed to cut out the paper dolls, which were usually Katy Keene and Fritzi Ritz. The newspapers used to brag about how many pages of color comics they had in their Sunday edition. At any rate, it seems odd that Go Comics would suddenly stop posting a Sunday strip for Mutt and Jeff. Seems like it would be possible for Go :Comics to just go back in their own archive and pull out Sunday strips from years gone by!

  2. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 11 days ago

    Purely speculation here – but I am beginning to suspect that Tunk and the Lemians will give up as soon as they learn that Alley has returned – Guz and Tunk will declare peace and, by Thanksgiving Day, the Moovians and Lemians will settle down to share a mutual day of feasting and playing games, while they give thanks for the new peace accords which have been declared between Lem and Moo.

  3. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 13 days ago

    When my parents were married, they were both still living at home with their parents and were secretly married in a town far away from their homes. Their homes were in Dodge City and Scott City, Kansas and they were married in Goodland, Kansas. They figured that, since they were married in a different county, it would take a while before friends and family learned that they were married. Unfortunately, my Dad
    s father had subscribed to the newspaper which was published in Goodland, Kansas and, when the Goodland newspaper landed in my grandfather’s hands, he immediately read the marriage notice and their secret was out long before they had intended. In those days, of course, very few people would have considered living together before marriage. It was more likely that people would marry and then not begin living together until they could afford a home together. In those days, prior to the outbreak of World War II, many farmers were still using horses for farm work. My Dad had applied for a homestead in Nebraska and, when the homestead application was approved, my grandfather and my uncles, all of whom were younger than my Dad, rounded up a bull and a bunch of cattle and, on horseback, they trail-drove the cattle from their home in Dodge City to the new homestead in Nebraska, to give my folks a start on their own herd. My grandmother, who had raised 10 children alone during the Depression, hitched her wagon up to her two favorite horses, put some of her prize roosters, hens, Tom and hen turkeys and some pigs in crates on her wagon and drove from her home in Garden City to the homestead in Nebraska. Both families brought enough lumber to put up a barn for the cattle and pigs and a chicken coop for the turkeys and chickens. With even the little kids working, they put up the barn and chicken coop in one day. My folks stayed in an apartment in Broken Bow for about three months while they put the finishing touches on a house. They had been married 65 years when my father passed away. When I was married, very few people became involved in premarital relationships and even fewer became involved in openly cohabiting with romantic partners without being married. It was only several years later that the Government census began to ask questions about “persons of Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters” and there were quite a few humorous newspaper articles written about the “sudden” appearance of the POOSSLQ. My husband and I celebrated 52 years together before he passed away unexpectedly. I don’t think we even knew anyone who had lived together before marriage. None of our children ever entertained the idea of cohabiting with a POOSSLQ prior to marriage, and all of them are enjoying lengthy, stable marriages. As the title of the strip says – it is “for Better or for Worse” – but being together usually makes it easier to deal with even the worst circumstances which can arise.

  4. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Gasoline Alley 25 days ago

    I keep wondering why Go Comics suddenly has so many of the comics in black and white. The Comics Kingdom version of Gasoline Alley has all of this in color!

  5. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 28 days ago

    Looks like Dinny saw something terrifying. Hmmmm! I guess it IS the time of year when a whole lot of people see terrifying stuff!

  6. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 30 days ago

    Maybe Dinny has stumbled upon a secret entrance to the cave where all the Moovians are supposedly being held – which will make a rescue easy to accomplish?

  7. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop about 1 month ago

    Re – Crispy Bacon said, about 5 hours ago


    Hmmm, looks suspiciously like a copy and paste of Ooola. Too bad she wasn’t in Moo when the invasion happened.

    I think the Benders drag these stories out so long that they themselves forget what’s going on in their own story.


    You are right about that! Alley and Oola arrived back in Moo, supposedly AFTER the invasion took place. IF the invasion had been taking place AS Alley and Oola returned – Alley would have known about it – and would not have needed to ask Foozy about what had been going on. When Foozy told Alley what had been going on – at last, according to Foozy’s story – Foozy awoke one night and noticed that Lemian soldiers were rounding up Mmovians. After summoning Dinny and sending Foozy’s own family off to hide out in the jungle with Dinny – Fozzy crept up to the outskirts of Moo and spotted King Guz speaking to a Lemian soldier by the side of the road, while Queen Umpah walked off into the distance with a bunch of Moovian citizens – some of whom appeared to be carrying their belongings with them. Then Foozy crept back into the forest, where a just-returned Alley found Foozy hiding. When Alley asked what had been going on while he was away, Foozy explained what he had seen – which apparently took place BEFORE Alley – and, therefore, Oola – had returned from their year-long-plus adventures in 1942. Supposedly, by the time that Alley arrived, Moo had already been named Lem 2 and the Lemian royal court had already moved in to Guz’s palace. Since Oola arrived back in prehistoric times at the same time that Alley landed there – all of the events which Foozy related to Alley MUST have taken place BEFORE Alley and Oola returned. Which means that, as you mentioned, we probably should not leap to the conclusion that the WRITERS would have actually worked all of that out in their heads BEFORE launching in to the details about the relocation of Moovian citizens, which occurred AFTER Moo had been conquered by Lem.

  8. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    Re – Gweedo – It’s legal here !!! – Murray GoComics PRO Member said, about 15 hours ago


    Copy the Blondie address over here so we can all enjoy the party !


    As far as I know – the only place to find Blondie and Dagwood these days is at Comics Kingdom. Many local newspapers include Comics Kingdom comics on their web pages. The best way to find Blondie and Dagwood is to Google Blondie Comics Kingdom.

    Another place for finding Blondie and Dagwood is at


    I am posting a link to go to the Arca Max version of Blondie and Dagwood’s Sunday funny – but I don’t know how long it will remain up. As a general rule, Go Comics takes a dim view of people posting links for OTHER comic pages.

    Blondie and Dagwood host a great Hallowe’en Party! – Sunday, October 25, 2015

  9. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    I am thrilled to see that Walt and Skeezix have had a chance to take their annual walk in the woods this year! Almost as good as Dagwood and Blondie’s Hallowe’en party this year!

  10. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    I just saw Jeff today. He looked fine to me. I am guessing that this is a ploy to get Walt to visit the Old Comics Home for some sort of special celebration. Halloween IS coming up. Time for everyone to consider dressing up as their favorite cartoon character!