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  1. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on The Argyle Sweater 3 months ago

    I’m pretty sure she’s supposed to be Helvetica Bold. not Arial. Except that the cartoonist confused Switzerland and Sweden. She should be dressed like Heidi (or a cow, or a cuckoo clock, or in a dirndl). Never heard of a Bodensee mermaid, and the Rhine maidens are in Germany.

  2. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse 5 months ago

    Carrow? Cargette? Carchini? Marret? Courot? Zurot?

  3. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 8 months ago

    I’ve been thinking exactly this, listening to the new, “improved” NPR.

  4. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on (th)ink 8 months ago

    I’m guessing this wasn’t meant to be as offensive as it is—but you do realize that it basically says that civil rights means nothing? And furthermore, that “those dark skinned people” are to blame for sexualized dances / the degradation of white women / some other similar, tired old racist trope? (As if ass-shaking were something that didn’t exist a century or a millennium ago…)

  5. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 9 months ago

    RE Carter: rabbit. Killer rabbit. Not beaver.

  6. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 9 months ago

    Endless blatant stereotypes (and some bullying) but zero segregation… interesting for those who tend to assume that the two go hand-in-hand.

  7. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 9 months ago

    The first looks like the yellow kid. The second looks like a sweet, non-sarcastic much younger child with kewpie-like blond hair and undetectable ears. Remember, in those days, all small children (boys and girls alike) were kept in dresses until a certain age. I’m pretty sure that’s a random toddler, not the “yellow kid.” See, e.g., “clothing and Gender in America 1890-1920” (google it) for the changeover from boys in skirts / long hair to boys in pants/short hair.

  8. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse about 1 year ago

    They’re Brits. They’re using their own most common (and less offensive, there?) idiom. Don’t assume everything is written for your culture, just because it’s written in your language. I’m sure there are people who are laughing pretty hard, that anyone is freaking out more about “christ” than about the “licking the honeypot” visual central to the cartoon.

  9. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils over 1 year ago

    I’m called splendid marigold,
    magical marigold,
    and I am sure you see why.

  10. Joy Sabl GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville almost 2 years ago

    I want this on a T-shirt…Darrin, will you / can you put this onto some T-shirt site and share the link, or give permission for people to make this into a T-shirt, and send you a couple of bucks per shirt, or something?