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  1. almost 2 years ago on Rip Haywire

    Your strip just keeps getting better and better. I’ve read it all through the years, and admit it, it was a rough start. Great then, but now polished. I sure wish you hadn’t stopped coming out with books (I have them all, the early ones autographed). But at least I can still get a daily read, and I save some off. It’s just laborious to reread, and I can’t share your best more recent work with others by loaning them a book, the way I’m able to with other strips. Thanks for what you continue to do so well.

  2. almost 2 years ago on Rip Haywire

    This is great. The Best. I sure you wish you’d come out with another book – it’s been a long time. This episode deserves a book. I’ve got all your others. My eyeballs are tickling.

  3. about 2 years ago on Arlo and Janis

    I share Robin’s perplexity. I was really enjoying the pre-marital flashback sequence, and then suddenly it (apparently) ended. Who are these people, where did they come from, and where did the continuity go? & love Arlo & Janis, and the gags are good, but I must say I like the continuities better.

  4. almost 4 years ago on Rip Haywire

    I love this strip, and have the books. I’ve been waiting a Looooooong time for another book to come out. PLEASE.

  5. almost 4 years ago on Luann

    Especially good art today. Your story lines are engaging too, but clean expressive lines, with balanced backgrounds, are a very large part of why I read your strip. I was similarly impressed with today’s vintage Hi & Lois. Art matters. There’s comic strip, and then there’s comic art, and you have the latter. Thank you.

  6. over 10 years ago on Ten Cats

    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.

  7. about 11 years ago on Luann

    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.

  8. over 11 years ago on Betty

    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.

  9. over 11 years ago on 2 Cows and a Chicken

    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?

  10. almost 12 years ago on B.C.

    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?