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  1. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts Begins 21 days ago

    This run of Classic Peanuts started on Jan. 5, 2015, with the very first strip from October 2, 1950. Assuming they have not skipped any strips, we’re now in early April, 1952.

  2. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Super-Fun-Pak Comix 21 days ago

    Awww… what will I wake up to now?

  3. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim's Journal 26 days ago

    Good news… VERY good news. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ixeRWrg0yg

  4. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Heathcliff 4 months ago

    I thought I understood all the subtleties and nuances of English-language wordplay. Shakespeare, Edward Lear, Ogden Nash, and on down the line… but that was before George Gately dropped “Bath-Jitsu” on the planet. I only wish I were young enough to benefit from the revolution that has obviously now begun. Appreciate the gift you’ve been given, youngsters… “Bath-Jitsu” is your new standard, not merely of excellence but of perfection… waste not this singular opportunity. History watches.

  5. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    Right, all well and good, but what does LeadingEdge think?

  6. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 8 months ago

    Then why is a flat beverage…. GAHHHH!

  7. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 10 months ago

    Walk slowly away, Barnabus… liking this strip will be too much for you.

  8. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts Begins 10 months ago

    For trivia mavens, C.B.‘s dad is a barber, as was Charles Schulz’s.

  9. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Magic in a Minute 11 months ago

    Forget that, take two crayons from a corner and make SEVEN squares.

  10. timharrod GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 11 months ago

    As far back as Ozy & Millie, I thought Dana might have the power to change comics… but even then, that meant breaking free of Schulz and Watterson, which was an absurd notion back when daily comics were trapped in grey newsprint.

    This strip makes me think, “Wow. Let’s see.”