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commented on Ten Cats
over 1 year ago
Do I understand correctly? Ten Cats Financial is a business with money or assets to lend, but can’t put another business together so they have food to eat? I’m enjoying the strip a lot, but hope these two continuity streams come together somehow.
commented on Zachary Nixon Johnson
about 2 years ago
After reading all the books, and wishing there were more, I had such high hopes for this strip. Then after reading the first few weeks, I thought that maybe what I liked so much about the books just wasn’t translating into comic strip format. After the last few strips, however, I’m thinking this is just pointless. If something doesn’t change soon this is coming off my MyComicsPage. The art is comic booky, which could work if the strips came out more frequently, but as it is, there’s just not enough continuity to sustain a story. And I’m sorry but the content started out as a crash course in trying to catch everybody up who hadn’t read the books and now it’s just – I don’t know what. I wait 5 days since the last strip to hear “My boob. You punched my boob”. Really? Why should I read this?
commented on Luann
about 2 years ago
This great strip prompts me to write what’s been on my mind anyway. I read your strip daily and enjoy it. I read lots of strips and save off ones I like, doing a “best of” toon email to a number of people weekly. Many strips I enjoy here and there, but your I enjoy consistently. Nevertheless, I rarely save them. The continuity, I guess, makes it all or nothing. But the sequence in today’s strip represents the exception. I have often saved out the “romance” strips. I have enjoyed this theme particularly, and she is a toon easy on the eyes (my wife didn’t like it when I saved Jessica Rabbit toons, but Toni is OK). From that preface to my point. You do book reprints, which I do appreciate, but they are usually annuals complete. The build up of this romance and relationship has been interspersed with unrelated themes and gags, which has diluted the storyline. I wish you would consider, at some point, putting out a reprint book with solely this story. I’d buy multiple copies and give them out. Thanks for what you do.
Good going John, and I mean John Zakour. I read the Plutonium Blonde a few years ago and went out and got the other six in the series. I can’t believe it’s now a strip! I have looked up your bibliography and enjoy Working Daze regularly. I had wished you did more strip work – a wish apparently now fulfilled. I find “Zakour Dellaire Eagle” slightly confusing – I know John Zakour and read other comments addressed to John Dellaire. So am I addressing 3 different guys? No slight here meant to you, John (Dellaire – how do people keep you guys straight now? Is one Jack? And is “Eagle” your mascot, or is there a John Eagle working here too??). Anyway John (Dellaire), I just have not been acquainted with your work, but look forward to it. I keenly feel how much good writing needs good sequential art (I never got over the disappointment when “Not Invented Here” changed artists and destroyed the strip, for me). I will be a follower. May you live forever, and publish best-selling strip reprint books annually.
commented on Betty
over 2 years ago
Just to let you know … I printed today’s & yesterday’s strips on either side of some cardstock to make a bookmark for a friend of mine who always gets jigsaw puzzles for Christmas. I think you have a great strip, and wish it could be commercialized more. I wrote you not long ago about reprint books, and you said it wasn’t commercially feasible. I recently bought the latest Beardo book, and honestly, if Dougherty can do it, I don’t get why you can’t, even if you had a bad experience once. Thanks for the strip, in any case.
commented on 2 Cows and a Chicken
over 2 years ago
I understand the lady being pulled left, toward the closet, the window curtains, the tipped plant, and maybe the dog outside on a leash (with no collar?). But the closet door NOT being pulled shut, and the guy being pulled OUT the front door? Does this black hope repel some things/people?
commented on B.C.
almost 3 years ago
September 18th happens to be my wife’s (Linda’s) birthday. Good timing guys. I printed a large copy for her with the note: “They’re talking about you!” and used it as the card for my gift. Thanks very much. And although I doubt I could afford it, I can’t refrain from asking – How much would it cost me to buy the original art, with a similar dedication?
commented on The Buckets
about 3 years ago
Not a comment on this strip, but “The Buckets” as a whole. I wanted to get my daughter-in-law, a non-comic reader, a book of cartoons as a gift, and considered the very many strips I enjoy, to find what I thought was the best. (I got her husband, my son, a couple of Citizen Dog books.) I think The Buckets is the best drawn and written family strip around, but I’m going to have to get something else I guess. Scott Stantis got a book out of the strip after writing it for 5 years, and Greg has nothing to show for 12 years? I really think Greg’s stuff is better than Scott’s. I guess I’m going to have to go buy a Baby Blues (TONS of books) or an Adam@Home (several books), but don’t have the little kid teenager mix I would really prefer. ZITS is fantastic, but no small kids. I don’t know what the circulation is, I’m sure it’s good, but wouldn’t it be even better if fans could share it with might-become-fans? So I guess this is a complaint and a request. Please roll the presses.
commented on Bo Nanas
about 3 years ago
I must disagree with Mr. Moore. Some of the classic strips have been observations on life. As one example I cite Milt Gross’s Count Screwloose, in which the Count would often escape the asylum merely to observe the insanity outside. It was a wonderful but under-appreciated strip, as this of Mr. Kovaleski. My only regret is that it was not appreciated sufficiently to be continued. Thank you John for putting out the book.
commented on Alley Oop
over 3 years ago
Please, please, PLEASE, get more action in this strip. I will perhaps always read it because I remember the great strips of the 40’s and 50’s, but look at Rip Haywire today. Action in every panel. If Rip’s plotline were in Alley Oop, they’d talk for 2-3 weeks about how they were going to dig him out of the snow.
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