Hey, guys. Hypatia was a female mathematician, daughter of Theon of Alexandria. Thus not “himself,” like the ancient one says about the designer of the place.
John Celardo’s art ended Nov. 15, 2014. What happened? New artist without any introduction by the publishers. Celardo’s art is beautiful because he most closely resembles the classic Burne Hogarth style. I will miss you John. I hope you come back.
New artist and no Sunday strip.
This Li’l Abner series is repeating too often. How about different and more numerous vintage comics from your archives?
GoComics on a Mac has slowed down with new interface tweaks; must give it an extra few seconds to refresh screen before the zoom watermark appears when you hover over the chosen panel. Turn Off the Lights extension works OK, however and mimics very well the iPad app version. Use Command + to increase size of all panels and you will be OK without having to zoom individual panels. GoComics is definitely more innovative than DailyInk any day though.
Pure hypocrisy in this cartoon, since Republicans and the NRA are in collusion against gun control and anything the president tries to do.
This is pure genius!
This cartoon is pure genius! It definitely catches the conversation of the moment.
This strip illustrates well that It Takes a Village to raise a child.
How about better resolution for Li’l Abner? I know it is a “vintage” comic, but DailyInk has great resolution for their vintage strips.