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  1. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 12 days ago

    Re – JPuzzleWhiz said, about 14 hours ago

    When was the first time Guz tried building a wall?


    Check out May 27, 2010 for the most recent time that Guz decided he needed to build a wall.


    In December of 2009 – Alley and Oola made plans to be married. All of Moo turned out for the wedding. While Moo was gathered to celebrate the wedding, Tunk just walked in an took control of Moo. By May of 2010 – Alley had been able to run the Lemians back to Lem. So Guz decided that the ONLY way to prevent Tunk from another take-over attempt was to put up a wall.


    Unfortunately for Guz, Guz ended up getting trapped on the Lemian side of the wall. However, one of the Lemian soldiers showed Guz how to escape by using the tunnel UNDER the wall! When Guz returned to Moo – he decided that he was tired of being king – and threw away his crown. At the same time, Tunk decided that he, also, was tired of being king – and threw away his crown. While Lem and Moo were trying to get their act together without their kings – Tunk and Guz went fishing and worked out what was supposed to be a peaceful settlement.


  2. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 16 days ago

    Maybe we will luck out – and Oop will decide that he needs to take Oola hunting with him! Technically speaking, they would probably need to have discovered a way to preserve meat if they wanted to have a bunch on hand. Much easier to smoke fish to preserve them. Maybe Oop will decide to do some fishing as well! Thanksgiving is once again just around the corner. LAST year at Thanksgiving time – Oop, Foozy and Dinny were in the midst of trying to help their fellow Moovians escape the cave in the desert – so they all missed Thanksgiving. Maybe THIS year – Oop will return with his catch, and Guz will end up inviting Tunk and the Lemians to a big feast in Moo! Then the Lemian soldiers could be so grateful that they would VOLUNTEER to fill in the tunnel extending – from the cave beside the pit – to Lem. Although, IF Oop DOES take Oola hunting with him – it wold be great if they had an interesting adventure BEFORE they returned to Moo with their catch! Would be even MORE interesting if Oop decided to ALSO take Foozy and some soldiers from both Moo and Lem to help him hunt! The hunting adventure COULD be interesting – we will see if it DOES become interesting!

  3. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 18 days ago

    For those who are interested – Go Comics has a Blog up, which has a spot for online visitors to express their opinions -


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  4. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop 18 days ago

    Wonder if part of Guz’s strategy session will be to offer a bribe to the Lemian soldiers to convince them to fill in the tunnel which now reaches from the cave beside the pit in Moo to Lem – and Oop or the Wizer will suggest that Guz should offer free grub to the Lemian soldiers in order to get their cooperation. And then they will ALL decide that Umpah should at least be in charge of making sure that the free grub being promised to the Lemian soldiers is tasty enough to be tempting!

  5. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 27 days ago

    Must be the 40s. All the ladies are carrying muffs and their stockings have seams down the back.

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

    Re – JPuzzleWhiz said, 5 minutes ago


    I wonder if the fact that the Lemmians tunneled their way to freedom will lead to King Guz revamping Moo’s penal system, as it were? Perhaps he might have a “prison cave”?


    My understanding is that the cave was already there – I believe they talked about “the cave beside the pit.” A number of people were wondering what the prisoners were doing with the dirt which was displaced while the prisoners were digging a tunnel to Lem. It is quit possible that, at the bottom of the pit, there IS a cave, where prisoners could congregate during inclement weather. So, presuming, there has ALWAYS been a cave at the bottom of the pit, which would be beside the pit, it would have been possible for the Lemian soldiers to begin digging their way toward Lem simply by entering the cave and beginning to dig. The dirt which was displaced would have been kept inside the cave – so no way for Foozy to notice what the soldiers were doing. The soldiers were first sent to the pit in March, and Tunk joined them in April – so the soldiers have had around seven months to go to the back of the cave and begin digging a tunnel in the direction of Lem. So – by the time that the ladder was tossed down into the pit – the Lemian soldiers had already finished their tunnel and were probably surfacing in Lem. Only one soldier was left – and his primary job was to let Alley and Guz know that the Lemian soldiers were no longer interested in staying in Moo.


    NOW – if Guz wants the Lemian soldiers to fill in the tunnel between Moo and Lem -he will probably need to offer some sort of incentive – Probably enticing them with hints that they could earn some of Uumpa’s home-cooked meals.

  7. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Zack Hill about 1 month ago

    A yellow, a blue and an orange panel. Have the cartoonists all decided that there is something “artistic” about discontinuing the use of color – or are all of the colorists on strike?

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

    Re – Night-Gaunt49 GoComics PRO Member said, about 16 hours ago


    But it would have been easier to run up the ladder. Where did all the soil go from digging?


    The Lemian soldiers have been down in the pit since MARCH – Tunk joined them in APRIL. So the soldiers had at least a month to be working on the tunnel before Tunk arrived. And, even after Tunk began to tussle with the soldiers – it took another month or so before Guz sent Oop off to take over the Wizer’s job – and another couple of weeks before Guz decided that Foozy should guard the pit. So the soldiers had several months to be working on that tunnel. And who was going to notice that a big pile of dirt and rubble was piling up on one end of the pit? Foozy wasn’t spending any time looking INTO the pit – Fooz was just standing around at the entrance to the pit.


    Once the soldiers’ tunnel broke through to a cave – they could easily have moved the tell-tale dirt and rubble into the cave. Once the ladder was tossed down into the pit, the soldiers could have elected one soldier to go up the ladder to find Oop and let Oop and Guz know that the soldiers had decided they did NOT want to remain in Moo after all.


    IF Guz wants someone to fill the tunnel up again, he may need to have to bribe the Lemian soldiers with offers of free grub to get them to do the job. Of course, Tunk could always dust off his original sob story about Lem running out of game and water – in order to convince Guz to feel so bad about defeating Lem that Guz will offer assistance to Lem for however long it takes for the Lemian soldiers to finish filling in that tunnel!

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

    THAT explains why no one was running UP the ladder and out into the woods. All of the prisoners had ALREADY left and were on the way back to Lem via the underground tunnel! The joke is on them, though! When the Lemian soldiers arrive at home, they will be greeted with all of the jobs which their wives have been saving up for them while they’ve been gone!

  10. Lois GoComics Pro Member commented on Daddy's Home about 1 month ago

    Yellow, pink and salmon today. Are the colorists on strike?