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Sunday’s Best: A Lesson in Irritants

A handful of good Sunday comics to get to throughout the week.  Here’s today’s Frazz by Jef Mallett.  It is, of course, the season for sinus infections and cold-like symptoms.  Caulfield, as always, has learned a lesson.  I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: The Cold Weather Blues

While it hasn’t been snowing in Hawaii, we have been dealing with January rain and wind.  It’s gotten me back to my evening hot tea, which is a nice change of pace.  This week’s FoxTrot by Bill Amend is about … Continue reading

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Scraping By

Jef Mallett has done some great work playing with the visuals of the Sunday Frazz strip.  Here’s the most recent example, which also has an interesting play on concepts at the end. (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: Snowman Quicksand?

While Linus in Peanuts may have started the trend many years ago, Calvin was the one who truly popularized the possibilities of snowmen and comic strips.  Thankfully, Bill Amend often continues the tradition with Jason in FoxTrot.  Here’s today’s best: … Continue reading

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Disney + Fandom Equals?

These are interesting times to be a Star Wars fan.  There are even conversations about what it takes being a Star Wars fan.  Luckily, we have The Mandalorian and things like this last Sunday’s FoxTrot to keep things light. (image … Continue reading

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Rooting and Pruning

I can’t help but think that yesterday’s classic Calvin and Hobbes is a nod to a new year.  A new year the way that Calvin would handle it, at least. A few things stand out as the year 2020 begins … Continue reading

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Frazz, Caufield, and the Turning of the Year

We’re just over an hour away from ringing in the new year here in Tennessee (and I say “we” loosely, as I’ll probably be asleep before then.  This week’s four-color Frazz by Jef Mallett is the first of a few … Continue reading

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