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  1. Gene Atkinson commented on Frazz 17 days ago

    I think Inukshuk is stoking the Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas brouhaha.

  2. Gene Atkinson commented on Dick Tracy 4 months ago

    Ken in Ohio is right. Multiple story lines, even more villains, cross overs to other strips….Poor Gould. If only he had done these things, what a legend he could have been. And it’s surely easier than coming up with new characters every three or four months.

  3. Gene Atkinson commented on Over the Hedge over 1 year ago

    Any kid can tell you there’s a difference in a hot tub, swimming pool, or lake—and a bath. All that scrubbing—and soap!

  4. Gene Atkinson commented on Dick Tracy almost 2 years ago

    If only Chester Gould had thought to juggle dozens of villains and story lines at the same time. His strip might have become really popular. And with no story really ending it could have run for years.

  5. Gene Atkinson commented on Frazz about 2 years ago

    Actually, it’s a commemoration of the original undocumented immigrants.

  6. Gene Atkinson commented on Dick Tracy about 2 years ago

    It’s the same story B.O. has told so many times, only Gertie’s family is going east and the Plenty’s were going west.

  7. Gene Atkinson commented on Dick Tracy about 2 years ago

    Snuffy Smith runs daily in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. And Barney Google does sometimes appear. But that’s no excuse for letting B B Eyes and the rest run riot. What’s next—chasing Krazy Kat?

  8. Gene Atkinson commented on Dick Tracy over 2 years ago

    Anyone have a running tally on the number of story lines still open?

  9. Gene Atkinson commented on Over the Hedge almost 3 years ago

    What happened to Velma, Luby, Plushie, and Dr. Raptor? Maybe they could substitute for a few days.

  10. Gene Atkinson commented on Dick Tracy almost 3 years ago

    The story-telling is rather odd. Lead-ins are lengthy and detailed. The “showdown” or confrontation with the villain is comparatively brief, and the denouement nonexistent. Don’t get me wrong. I enjoy the strip again after a long while, but it is unusual and leaves a lot of obvious questions unanswered.