Male, 65, lifelong aficianodo of comic strips, comic books, animated cartoons, etc.
So, Pucky is the Black Knight in this?
This just two days after I watched “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” (Always remember to bring your towel.)
Actually, for Charlie Brown, this is one of the most satisfying storylines of the strip’s entire run. The end is kind “Huh?” But I think everyone will be happy to see what happens To Charlie Brown and “Mr. Sack.” (Trying hard not to say to much and am worried that I’ve already done so.)
Sometimes, I’ll sing when I have passengers in the car. Of course, sometimes they’ll try to get out of the car regardless of whether it’s moving or not.
Wild Dog, an attempt to do a realistic mystery-man type hero crated by Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty for DC Comics. A version of him, Rene Ramirez, was played by Rick Gonzalez on “Arrow.”
I’m in a suburb of Detroit, far from the violence which is in downtown. I’m white, which is the minority in my area. The demonstrations held during the day are largely by African Americans and are mostly peaceful. It has been noted that the violence at night comes largely from whites, some from outside this area. In fact, there is a theory that the agitators may be white supremacists out to make the blacks look bad. It’s just a theory, but, these days, it’s a highly possible one.
I’m old enough that I have faint memories of hearing about the Watts riots. I remember what happened after Dr. King’s assassination, and the unrest following the Kent State shootings, the recent 50th anniversary of which showed that Kent State STILL can’t be discussed without tempers flaring. I recall the riots following the Rodney King incident. And now, we have this. I have hoped for years that such violence and the incidents that have prompted them would become a thing of the past. I now know it won’t happen in my lifetime.
Reminds me of the “Green Lantern” story where Alan Scott uses his ring to wipe out all evil on Earth-2. Luckily, Hal came along and fixed things.
But Garfield seems to genuinely like Liz.
Thatababy! You’ll turn inside-out!
Try being someone who’s read comic books for nearly 60 years, explaining histories of Spider-Man or The Hulk for that time. (For Hulk, I recommend Peter David’s run and the current “Immortal Hulk” series.)