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Dog Eat Doug by Brian Anderson

Dog Eat Doug

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  1. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug about 3 hours ago

    Sweet. There are advantages to a comic strip in which no one ages.

  2. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 4 hours ago

    And those two lies would be that Red Lobster wasn’t around at the first Thanksgiving, and Hallmark wasn’t around in Lincoln’s day. Yes, Clyde took some liberties with history to make his point.

  3. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug 15 days ago

    I Googled that, and based on the photos, it looks like a dead ringer for the “Funko POP! Michonne Walking Dead Vinyl Figure” variation. Good call!

  4. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo about 1 month ago

    I was thinking the same thing (though I was in my early teens when they broke up).

  5. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on F Minus 2 months ago

    Oh, the difference punctuation makes. Or in this case, lack thereof. I do hope you’re joking.

  6. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo 2 months ago

    Baldo should be compassionate and offer to trade his “luck” for Mr. Rod’s problems that come with making lots of money.

  7. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 2 months ago

    Odd. Third panel: “What I do with my money is nobody’s business.” Fourth panel, Lemont: “But what women do with their bodies IS?” Yes, what women do with their bodies is nobody’s business. Don’t think this is what Darrin intended Lemont to mean, though.

  8. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben 2 months ago

    Poor Ben? Poor Liv! He must take them off in the house and then — gag! No wonder she sent him outside!

  9. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on The Argyle Sweater 3 months ago

    Thanks, you nailed it. (And lilyslore too, though I took that as a joke based on what it looks like.) I didn’t know the Reuben was named after Rube Goldberg, but now I do!

  10. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 3 months ago

    When you’re down in the black hole that is depression, you don’t think logically and you don’t think your worries (or yourself) matter to anyone else. At the point of suicide, I would bet that the thought of the next day is more than the person can bear. It’s a terrible illness.