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  1. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Monty about 1 year ago

    My apologies to Starman1948, and I sincerely hope that the cat gets better, but I had a good belly laugh because of this post. The neighbor has a diabolical cat that threw up clear liquid and she is taking him to the vet this afternoon. I couldn’t understand what was so diabolical about that. Was the cat mischievously pretending to be sick so he could be taken to the vet? And if so, why? A real head scratcher, until I looked more closely at the fine print. The word is diabetic, not diabolical! I was reminded of Emily Latella’s complaint about violins in the schools, when the word was actually violence, not violins!

  2. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben over 3 years ago

    It depends on the publisher. There was a time when they all returned manuscripts, but now you should contact the publisher or check their submission guidelines online before submitting. Some will warn you that they do not return unsolicited manuscripts unless accompanied by a SASE. Some will tell you that they do not read or return unsolicited material. It’s a tough business.

  3. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Broom Hilda over 3 years ago

    This shows why I like Broom Hilda. It’s nutty and funny and always well drawn. Kudos to Russell Myers.

  4. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy almost 4 years ago

    I was a little slow catching on to this one. What did coal have to do with eggs? Of course, Skippy used a lump of it as a pencil, to cross out the word “fresh.”

  5. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles almost 4 years ago

    This is one of the funniest things I’ve seen in months! Look at Rosco. Snarf! Glorp!

  6. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Ziggy about 4 years ago

    As in warning us that voting can be dangerous? I think we already know that!

  7. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy about 4 years ago

    Very nicely drawn! It’s easy to see why this strip became so popular so quickly. Schulz said he was inspired by Skippy, and I suspect we’ll be seeing a lot of similarities between Peanuts and Skippy. A big difference is Charlie Brown’s insecurity and self doubt compared with Skippy’s spunkiness. It might even be said that there’s a little of Lucy in him.

  8. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy about 4 years ago

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  9. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Monty about 4 years ago

    Either Monty has been bleaching his stomach, or the colorist missed it.

  10. David Reynolds GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 4 years ago

    I’ll give you “dumbest,” but the most corrupt by far is right here in Utah.