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  1. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 9 days ago

    I umpired high school, American Legion and then Little League for many years (best player I saw, no doubt, was Chipper Jones. After 3 at-bats I knew why the 15 scouts were at the game when he was a junior in high-school) and every umpire group had a sign for infield fly. Some were the same, some not. One group I was in would change it about every five years.

  2. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 14 days ago

    Like you, I’ve been a fan of Thorp for a long time (1957, age 7), and agree it has held up through the years. Until the ‘net, it was gone from me for a long time,so I’ve appreciated the last few years. As to the focus on the artwork, I think our daily immersion in sports and what hi-def/slo-mo/giant-screens can show us has filtered down to comic strips. It ALL has to look real, all the time. With the space constraints of a panel, it is hard to get 3D bb action to look right, and I laugh along with the rest of you. I agree that the core of what Gil has meant throughout the years remains, but dammit, I just want ONE state title in my lifetime. If another strip is going to kill Archie Andrews off, can’t a state title for Gil ( I don’t care if it is in girl’s tetherball) somehow happen?

  3. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 5 months ago

    Wait… here comes Big John to flip the car over and snatch the fellas out and save the day. With a slice of pizza in one hand. Lawyers are rushing to the scene with dollar- collars (neck braces) in their trunks, and have another big wreck. Big John shrugs and goes inside for another slice.

  4. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 5 months ago

    You have to appreciate Kaz still sporting the mullet with the zirconian stud in his ear. He qualifies as a Milford hipster.

  5. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 5 months ago

    This is Gil trying to create an all-Chuck Bednarik two-way team. Chuck was the last NFL player to play both sides of the ball, so Big John will fit right into that role. Maybe he’ll kick FGs when Brody pulls a hammy. Warren Sapp kicked FGs in high school for the Apopka Blue Darters while playing linebacker and the line.

  6. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 5 months ago

    I assume The Mute is going to honor Deacon Jones and bring back the headslap, become a defensive terror and the ‘Larks march to victory. Mimi didn’t tell Gil the newspaper article’s date would have John at age 23 now. With the kids missing, she hoped they could adopt the young’un.

  7. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 6 months ago

    It’s time for Kaz to send The Mute to go “toughen up” those wimps Terry and Ric. John is telepathically telling Angie he doesn’t see the bone sticking out of Ric’s ankle, so what’s the problem? And how come we never get to see all the tattoos on the players? Kaz has the studs in his ears, but I wish Gil would let him get that neck tat he’s been wanting.

  8. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 6 months ago

    Gil just wants to know if they’ve doctored his medical records so this 24-yr. old mutant can give him 2 good years as a 2-way player. Playdowns hello, boosters KMA.

  9. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 6 months ago

    John is telling Kaz," I can play QB better than the guy with two-tone hair" and starts writing Chuck Bednarik’s name in the dirt. " I can return punts, too! And if you want I can coach."

  10. Bluedarter GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 6 months ago

    Really? You let us know what you think? How ’bout what you know?

    Sorry everybody. Thought it was under control.