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  1. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 2 months ago

    Hey! Bucky is left pawed! Panel three.

  2. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on The Awkward Yeti 2 months ago

    You had me at “introversion.” This is going on my daily email.

  3. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim's Journal 2 months ago

    Officially the most pointless Jim’s Journal yet. I love it.
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    And what the futz ARE those rubber whiskers anyway?

  4. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Scary Gary 5 months ago

    Hey, it’s Beatrice’s dad! (When she first came on the scene, I remarked that she appeared to be the unholy offspring of Wednesday Addams and the dude from Munch’s “Scream” series.)

  5. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 6 months ago

    Despite the headband, waders, and rifle, I didn’t read this strip and think, “Duck Dynasty,” I read it and thought, “King Robert.”

  6. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Basic Instructions 6 months ago

    FYI everyone: that first character after the slash in the shortened URL is a number 1, not a lowercase L or capital i.


    And thanks to that article, I now know that that gross thing that looks like the front of an 80s thong bikini bottom and has no business being anywhere on a dude is a called an “inguinal crease” and every action star seems to think he needs one.

  7. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City 7 months ago

    Yes! Yes! Hearty endorsement for Smile! (By Raina Telgemeier if you’re having trouble making that out.)


    Short summary: One night after Girl Scouts, 11-year-old Raina accidentally trips and knocks out her two front teeth. For the next few years, various dentists try to fix things, and Raina has to deal with that, plus the usual problems of growing up, changing schools, having crushes, coping with friends who don’t always treat you right, and finding solace in things the aforementioned “friends” dismiss as kids’ stuff. (Memoir, not fiction.)


    Hey Heart’s Mom: Heart will love the book, and I bet if you give it a chance you will too. I can’t read most graphic novels because the visual jumble confuses my dyslexic brain and keeps me from absorbing the text, but this one was really wonderful.

  8. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Maria's Day 7 months ago

    This is a repeat—of the first Maria’s Day I ever read, and the one that got me reading it in the first place. I even saved it and sent it to my parents. (Though for me, it was even odds on whether this conversation would happen while I was watching TV, or while I was reading.)

  9. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 7 months ago

    Know what I like about escalator shoes? They can never break, they can only become stair shoes.

  10. mdalton GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 8 months ago

    I’m trying to figure out which is funnier:


    The weird, deadpan, loopy, nonsensical, sheer WTF-ness of this “booger” arc?


    Or the absolute, righteous fury of the people who don’t find it funny?






    Booger.


    And also: Kristen Schaal is a horse.
    Kristen Schaal is a horse.
    Kristen Schaal is a horse.
    Kristen Schaal is a horse.
    Kristen Schaal is a horse.
    Kristen Schaal is a horse.