Garfield by Jim Davis for March 05, 2019


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    305buckets  3 months ago

    I’ve tried doing that with the Harry Potter books. Sadly haven’t finished the series. Been years since I even touched my copy of the Order of the Phoenix.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  3 months ago

    When it comes to library books, I tried to get into “The Brothers Karamazov.” I’m not that fast of a reader and I couldn’t even get past the first section when it was return time.

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    Alexikakos  3 months ago


    As someone who does read almost a book a week for pleasure, I have no sympathy for Jon’s position whatsoever.


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    codycab  3 months ago

    Can Jon handle Stephen King’s work?

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    SquawkTron  3 months ago

    Some book-to-film adaptations rarely stay faithful.

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    Watcher  3 months ago

    Just buy the T-shirt Jon and save all the hassle.

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    dave.glass1960  3 months ago

    One word… Audiobooks… help me through a boring shift no end

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    Random_riverotter11  3 months ago

    Story of my life. I’ve always wanted to be a bookworm, and this always impedes me. It’s depressing. :P

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    jagedlo  3 months ago

    I thought New Year’s was a couple of months ago…looks like a New Year’s resolution to me…

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    jpayne4040  3 months ago

    Aim low and never be disappointed!

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    azzir  3 months ago

    There is so much pleasure in a good book the I feel bad for those who don’t, won’t, or can’t read them. When I read and can’t wait to finish the book, it is so-so at best. You know you have a great book when as you get closer to the end, you start wishing it was longer. I wish I had kept a list on title, author and date of reading of all the books I have read over my lifetime.

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    J. R. Schwarzenhammer Premium Member 3 months ago

    I just read the plot synopsis on Wikipedia. I have saved a lot of time doing that.

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    Geophyzz  3 months ago
    Many of my favourite movies are better than the original book: Conneticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, No Highway in the Sky, plus all the Disney animations of old fairy tales.
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    Kaputnik  3 months ago

    If you make it a task rather than a pleasure, then you’re less likely to finish it. Unfortunately, if you’ve reached adulthood without acquiring a reading habit, it may already be too late.

    Jon’s not giving it much of a try, though.

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    NintenSwitch  3 months ago

    Me when it comes to Ready Player One.

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    k_aplin  3 months ago

    or read the description of the movie on IMDb

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    WmCraft Premium Member 3 months ago

    Maybe we can get a condensed version of GoComics and only show the last panel?

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    LeeCox  3 months ago

    Stay away from Jon Steinbeck, Jon. I had to read his books in high school, and I hated them because Steinbeck had a bad habit of spending so much time describing the minutiae of the scenery that he’d forget to advance the plot — and Melville suffered from the same affliction!

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    Jungfrau  3 months ago

    Garfield’s comment in the last panel is so true of today’s TV “new” series, or whatever. A good part of whatever program is seen through those “trailers” no need to watch the program !

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member 3 months ago

    And this guy is a cartoonist?

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    mentor397  3 months ago

    I wish I could read that fast.

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    mandmwhitt  3 months ago

    Does Jon work?

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    WVWV  3 months ago

    Or just read the movie description on IMDB.

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    pcolli  3 months ago

    When I was a child, I read “Treasure Island” in an hour. I am a natural speed reader.

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    Rose Madder Premium Member 3 months ago

    You are seeing the whole content, of the book they used, in the trailer. Especially books I have read. No more movie adaptations for me.

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    STACEY MARSHALL Premium Member 3 months ago

    Or read the Cliff Notes for the trailer.

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    blakerl  3 months ago

    Reading is Fundamental, however in today’s world it may be a lost art.

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    rgcviper  3 months ago

    I’ve been trying to read more lately. (Books, that is, rather than the usual magazines/junk.) Leafing through a good story is always great. I think we should all do so more often.

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    mail2jbl  3 months ago

    Jon’s reading level is that of a coloring book, so it’s just as well…

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    ComicReadingGenius455  3 months ago

    The problem is that American movies tend to half-ass character development just to save time. Besides Hollywood doesn’t really use movies to tell dynamic stories anymore like they used to, they just use it to draw in big bucks from China with all these CGI blockbusters like Transformers, Marvel’s Avengers, Jurassic World and Fast & Furious. They spend $200 million to produce, another $300 million to advertise to get $1 billion back at the box office.

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    Fastfur07  3 months ago

    I’m doing a drawing every day for this month. I’m using the great app Tayasui Sketches. I highly recommend it for drawing on a tablet.

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    SonicFan91  3 months ago

    What about the Animal Farm movie from 1953

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