Category Archives: Comics

Marvel in the 90s

Marvel Studios released the first trailer for the spring 2019 release of Captain Marvel.  And it’s quite the masterful trailer.  Check it out. You get just enough of a sense of who Carol Danvers is to be intrigued (particularly if … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Start-Up Leg-Up

Today brought a fun and topical FoxTrot, this time with Apple and its most recent benchmark of success. (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: Existential Sundays

Even Joe Cool struggles through the average Sunday afternoon. (image from gocomics.com)

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More than Pushing Papers

This Sunday’s Frazz by Jef Mallett was an attempt at speaking to the current state of the economy.  The strip definitely has a point.  And it’s something we all should be thinking about as the future continues its slow dawning … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: On the Plate

This classic Calvin and Hobbes has long been a favorite simply for the sheer matter-of-factness of Calvin’s reply in the second panel. It also includes a classic Calvin “walk-back” from his exaggerated response to things. (image from gocomics.com)

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Arks and Airplanes

It’s always interesting when a comic strip attempts biblical allusion.  WuMo gave it a try today, which means it was on the opening slide for today’s New Testament class.  It got some chuckles as the students walked into the room. … Continue reading

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Non-Transferable Time

This morning I had my first weekday up of coffee since students returned to the classroom.  Granted, it’s because I’m trying for a more hot tea-centric morning, but still.  It was also half a cup.  Which brings to mind this … Continue reading

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