Category Archives: Comics

Sunday’s Best: Forget It, Charlie Brown

There are a few things about today’s classic Peanuts strip by Charles Schulz that make it stand out on this fine November day.  First is the opening panel: an interesting “from the ground” shot that you don’t see that often … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Nancy’s Neutral

The rebooted Nancy comic strip has made some valiant attempts at making a comic with a particularly contemporary technological sensibility.  Case in point: today’s Sunday strip. I’m not sure what Nancy needs by neutral.  I’m not sure she knows what … Continue reading

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Snoopy and the Unrecognizable Witness

This past Sunday’s classic Peanuts strip had a nice twist for the ongoing saga of the Great Pumpkin.  Makes you wonder if pastors and youth workers passed this strip around “back in the day.”  It’s always interesting to me when Schulz … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Fall into Winter

I think Caulfield is onto something in today’s Frazz comic strip.  Granted, most of us feel like Frazz most of the time.  But there is a sense that fall and winter get an unnecessarily bad rap. It’s also a beautifully … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Not Quite Bending over Backwards

This Sunday’s Nancy comic reminds us that autumn is here and that Halloween is just around the corner.   It’s also a subtle reminder of of the links we can go to in order to compensate for things sometimes. (image … Continue reading

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Speed in XS

The fifth season of The Flash has gotten underway.  And while it picks up immediately after the season four finale, I’m hopeful that that show can move forward with a solid cast and a storyline that transcends the weaknesses of … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: On the Ground, On the Floor

The leaves of autumn were present in many of today’s comic strips.  Sally’s “famous collection” of them, though, strikes me as the funniest.  You just never know how self-aware she is (or isn’t). I liked her line about the leaves … Continue reading

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