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  1. harlequindugong1914 commented on Peanuts 3 days ago

    The strip which you mention was recycled from 1992, as Schulz was on a five-week break at the time and not producing any new strips during that period.

  2. harlequindugong1914 commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    Is it me, or does Charlie Brown watch too much T.V.?

  3. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    Just out of interest, in what manner do you think Ms Godfrey should be killed off?

  4. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    Remember the storyline in which Gina tried to get Nate into trouble with Ms Godfrey, and the latter ended up taking Nate´s side and telling Gina that she is disappointed with her? Ms Godfrey was sprayed with a jet of water from a faulty drinking fountain in that story arc.

  5. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    That´s a little harsh; after all, this is a comments section and everyone is entitled to respectfully voice an opinion about the strip, be it a favourable one or otherwise. I´ve said before that I like the fact that people give honest opinions here, instead of blindly (and thus insincerely) praising each and every strip as is the case on some other comments sections on GoComics (e.g. Garfield).

  6. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    Hopefully, that will never, ever happen. Before Dee Dee, pretty much every one of the female characters who appeared in the strip were either love interests (Jenny, Kelly, etc) or antagonists (Gina, Mrs Godfrey). What was sorely missing was a sympathetic female character who served the role of a good friend to Nate, and Dee Dee does exactly that. It is refreshing to see a platonic girl-boy friendship portrayed in a comic strip, and I hope that Mr Lincoln keeps it this way.

  7. harlequindugong1914 commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    Don’t let him bug you, Snoopy.

  8. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    Well observed!! In the early 70s, there were a number of poignant Peanuts Sunday strips in which Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty held deep conversations about life, love, etc., while leaning against opposite sides of a tree.

  9. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    Dugongs are better than dogs and cats put together :)

  10. harlequindugong1914 commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    I like what Mr Lincoln did in the third panel. It looks as though there is a swarm of thrips behind Nate’s head.