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  1. paul brians commented on Arlo and Janis 2 days ago

    Some dogs are pure id.

  2. paul brians commented on The Argyle Sweater 2 days ago

    Back in the days before the internet it was common for students to rip or slice pages out of books in the library to use for their research. I assume that’s not a problem any more.

  3. paul brians commented on Arlo and Janis 4 days ago

    I got the iPhone 6+ for its superior camera. I use it a lot for photography using inexpensive apps that produce results far superior to Apple’s default camera app.

  4. paul brians commented on For Better or For Worse 6 days ago

    There seems to be a standard pattern here where people make comments assuming that Lynn is the real Eliy. But then Lynn’s notes make clear that the kids in her strip are often based on her own self. The strip is not only about parenting: it’s also about recapturing her own childhood.

  5. paul brians commented on Annie 7 days ago

    In the current version of The Phantom, he’s called “the secret commander.”

  6. paul brians commented on Gasoline Alley 13 days ago

    Many of King’s fabulous original Gasoline Alley strips are available in reprints. The title for the dailies is “Walt & Skeezix” (Drawn and Quarterly Press), five volumes in print, the next one due out Fall. “Gasoline Alley: The Complete Sundays” (Dark Horse Books) prints the colored pages in huge full size, two volumes so far. If you don’t want to pay for the complete Sundays, I highly recommend the gorgeous “Sundays With Walt and Skeezix” (Last Gasp). The current strip is a pale shadow of its former glory under King.

  7. paul brians commented on Dick Tracy 19 days ago

    Maybe they’ll run into the Phantom down there:
    http://www.oregonlive.com/comics-kingdom/?feature_id=Phantom&feature_date=2015-05-03

  8. paul brians commented on Frazz 29 days ago

    “I will either find a way, or make one.”
    Latin proverb, most commonly attributed to Hannibal in response to his generals who had declared it impossible to cross the Alps with elephants.

    Wikipedia

    What we know about Hannibal consists entirely of accounts by Romans, so of course the speech is rendered in Latin.

  9. paul brians commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    One year we kids collected tadpoles from a nearby creek and kept them in a fishbowl to watch them develop. Then we went camping, and when we returned the house was full of tiny frogs.

  10. paul brians commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    The families making over $100,000 per year mentioned in the Time piece constitute 20% of the US population.