Dana seems a bit loony. Her fiance may want to rethink marrying her.
Calvin did show my notes to his friends. I can still see them laughing. I can still feel the humiliation, but I still liked him. A lot.
Many years later, when I was well into the comic strip and a bit full of myself, I saw Calvin in a restaurant. He recognized me and stood up for a moment to say hello. He said he knew my work. He said he was driving racecars for a living and I told him I’d love to watch. We haven’t seen each other since, but now and then, I do wonder what he’s up to and if he ever thinks of me. Yes, anyone who says there is no such thing as young love has never been young and in love. The first time is unforgettable!
It did rain. I was wearing a light blue coat and the red colouring dripped down onto my collar and shoulders. I didn’t want to spoil our walk, so I didn’t run home until the colour ruined my coat.
She’s a witch so why doesn’t she cast a spell to remove the weeds?
The last time I went to a movie theatre, there was hardly anyone there. You didn’t have to worry about finding a good seat…empty seats were everywhere. Sadly, movie theatres are another example of great gathering places that are slowly disappearing.
“Go” not “goes”. “wonder” not “wander”. Doesn’t Boyce have an editor to proofread these things?
This strip brought appreciative mail from moms and dads who unloaded their own “KABOOM” moments. I always felt vindicated when I knew I wasn’t alone.
The new strips are on Arcamax:
This might be his first appearance in the strip:
This was a strip that warmed a lot of hearts, and was one that I was particularly proud of. If it weren’t for particles in the air, sunbeams wouldn’t show up. This is one of the rare instances when one can appreciate dust!