Category Archives: Comics

“Comes to Mind”

This week’s Sunday-sized, holiday-themed Frazz by Jel Mallett. (image from gocomics.com)

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Subtle/Not Subtle

In a normal years, I’d be packing by rucksack and getting ready to head to the airport for a long-weekend trip to Victoria, British Columbia.  Ah well.  These aren’t those days.  So I’m trying to get a plan together for … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Masks in the House

I’ve got friends on all sides of the mask debate (as evidenced by both sides assuming there should be no debate).  Over the last few months, masks have becomes signs and symbols and not just a matter of safety.  So … Continue reading

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Quizzical Changes

I mentioned Sunday that there was a number of good full-size strips to share this week.  Sunday it was FoxTrot and The Mandalorian.  Today it’s Frazz and some school humor with a twist of occupational reality. (image from gocomics.com)

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Framed

Though a bit later than usual, this week was the week that students received their school portraits.  It might seem a small thing, but even with uniforms these pictures are snapshots of a particular moment in time. Which isn’t to … Continue reading

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The Poetry of Raking Leaves

This Sunday’s Frazz was another good one.  I like how easily Mallett brings things like poetry and the chore of raking leaves together. You can read the poem, “Gathering Leaves” by Robert Frost here. (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: The Third Certainty

You know you’re deep into autumn when . . . (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: Electoral Concession

Today’s Frazz was another example of capturing the current moment while also trying to find some humor in things.  We’re looking at a big week in the country, one that none of us can quite predict.  There are so very … Continue reading

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Unintentionally Political?

There’s just almost no way that everything isn’t political.  Right, Caulfield? (Frazz by Jef Mallett from gocomics.com)

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“Nothing’s Tougher”

Every year Caulfield puts together some kind of literary costume for Halloween.  He’s got lots of obvious options this year, of course.  And in this strip he acknowledges it.  Frazz has a great comeback. Why dress up when all of … Continue reading

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