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Monty by Jim Meddick for May 30, 2013

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    NormanBates  over 8 years ago

    Ok, déjà vu Mr Meddick. Move on.

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    Mr Nobody  over 8 years ago

    This is dragging on a bit too long.

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    Narnone  over 8 years ago

    Well, Mr Meddick, I don’t know how to put it, but listen, these Sedgwick-stories are really always poor stuff. Too much words for too little humour. Plautus (2nd century B.C.) already used to play with twins, and had more wit to it.

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    Sisyphos  over 8 years ago

    Delightful! Master Sedgie still hasn’t realized that he’s dealing with twins, and his Gentleman’s Gentleman, Jarvis, is conspicuous by his absence for three episodes now! Oh, when the worm turns, it is to be cherished! Maybe Sedgwick will be scarred for life by these events….

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    jazzmoose  over 8 years ago

    Really? And who’s doing the bullying here?

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    Varnes  over 8 years ago

    Read and enjoy or don’t read it. But just shut up! I bet you guys talk in movie theaters on cell phones, too……

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    billyruffian  over 8 years ago

    I, for one, look forward to the Sedgewick storylines. They remind me of when I used to hang out with our butler.

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    Mr Nobody  over 8 years ago

    There’s nothing wrong with the Sedgewick storylines, but this particular one has worn out its welcome.

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    TrudyQ Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Master Sedgwick story lines are my favorite. More!

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    JoanneA  over 8 years ago

    Sedgewick and Jarvis aren’t my favoritr either. I miss Robotman!

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    reedkomicks Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Love Sedgie. The twins are a great foil! Will he ever get it? I think not. ha ha

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    chucklej  over 8 years ago

    Love it!

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    steverinoCT  over 8 years ago

    Boy! I hate how these story arcs always seem to last six days. Why is that? How come we can’t see a three-day, or a nine-day arc? So annoying!

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    rnrnetmails  over 8 years ago

    This one is a really delightful thread on Sedgwick – where we finally see the age group he really belongs and is enjoying himself as somebody his age should enjoy. The background of Jarvis sitting around reading and not butting in to ‘help’ is also a bit novel, and refreshing.

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    larryh77  over 8 years ago

    I miss Robotman too. How about bringing him back!?? Now THAT would be exciting. or at least an update on what he’s doing!

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    BurritoBandito  over 8 years ago

    Perhaps this experience will inspire Sedgwick to clone himself?

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    xenobiafeinberg Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Meanwhile, has anyone noticed how Sedgie has blossomed? Going down the slide without Jarvis tuning it into a water ride. Running ( or at least planning on running) to get his own Creamsicle (although he would need Jarvis to pay). I say, good show,old chap!

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    Wally Cup Of Joe  over 8 years ago

    Really enjoying the twins!

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    hometownk Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Give it up on Robotman. It is copyrighted and Meddick does not have ownership. It will not be coming back. Ever. Go to a used book store or check out comic archives for your fix.

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    1995Sidecar  over 8 years ago

    I do believe if you find the comics not to your liking rather than criticize, just quit reading them. I’m sure you can find something to entertain you. Perhaps the National enquirer.

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    Narnone  over 8 years ago

    Keep cool, fellows! As a reader I’m entitled to evaluation, just as every reader does after reading a book. And no, sorry, you don’t need to be a cartoonist to tell if you like a comic strip. Just check the faces out: Master Sedgewick simply never changes his face. The twins neither. Jarvis neither. Now, Mr Meddick has got a talent in drawing funny faces, especially if their eyes are hidden (think of Monty and Moondog). How good can a strip be with staring one-face characters?

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    chriscc63  over 8 years ago

    he should have said " toodle-oo OLD Sport" . although Sedgwick is a Victorian era character is almost a throw back to gattsby . anywho we wouldn’t have know the difference.

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    vldazzle  over 8 years ago

    I agree with those who find this arc great fun! Love to see others get the better of Sedgewick and also love fleshey.

    Today I felt a yearning for an orange creamsicle (but it would have to taste as good as I remember it – not possible!).

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    daj024  over 8 years ago

    I generally skip over the Sedgie stories but this one is great! That is great, period. Not just great verses the other Sedgie stories.

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    Popeyesforearm  over 8 years ago

    wow! Just like the Jeep that haunt’s Popeye

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    boldyuma  over 8 years ago

    Ice Cream truck just went by at 20mph..not fast enough…to…catch…it..The sounds of Turkey In The Straw fading… …into the…..distance..out of breath now..

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    ccmills  over 8 years ago

    Mr Meddick – the floor is yours (as is the cartoon strip) please continue in any story line you wish – I will continue to read and enjoy.Thank you.

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    beachlvr Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Love this story line!

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    GeorgeJohnson  over 8 years ago

    If you guys don’t like it, don’t read it. But shut up. Really. Does every comic, have to be perfect, EVERY day?i like the story line, it’s a nice break, and it’s funny.What whiners.

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    bugaboo27  over 8 years ago

    The internet has really changed communications, hasn’t it? We’re emboldened by the anonymity, and write things that we would never say to someone’s face.

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    rgcviper  over 8 years ago

    I, too, really enjoy Sedgewick and Jarvis. Keep it (them?) up, Jim.

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    Kev_a_Swing_Dancer Premium Member over 8 years ago

    While I would not have said I enjoy Sedgewick and Jarvis, this arc is deeply entertaining to me with the combination of Sedgewick’s transformation and his increasing befuddlement.I can sympathize with people who see the wall of text crowding an S and J story and groan. Yet that’s what makes this payoff all the better. I feel I’ll be more optimistic about my enjoyment in the future.

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    Hunter7  over 8 years ago

    Today’s strip made me laugh out loud. Thank you! .Sedgie may be from wealth, but that doesn’t mean he can see or think! LOL!!!!

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