Category Archives: Comics

Sunday’s Best: 10% of Almost Nothing?

Here’s today’s Frazz strip by Jef Mallett.  Not exactly how you want to start the new year, and yet it definitely makes a kind of sense . . . (image from gocomics.com)

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Aquaman; Into the Spider-Verse

I’m trying to catch up on some movies that I didn’t get around to seeing because of the crazy end of semester/time traveling over the holidays.  On New Year’s Day, I saw Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (which is as good … Continue reading

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2019: Into the New Year

Today was a travel day for me.  I’m starting the year with a quote from Anthony Esolen’s latest book: no pilgrim, no progress.  So it was appropriate, I suppose, to spend most of the day either in the air or … Continue reading

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A Year with Sarcastic Tigers

Here’s a classic Calvin and Hobbes “New Year’s” strip.  It’s always interesting to revisit Calvin and his approach to New Year’s resolutions. (image from gocomics.com)

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Calvin’s Christmas Present

For the sentimental side of the day that we celebrate the birth of Jesus, a classic Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson. (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: The Tricky Ethics of Christmas (part two)

It’s been a crazy two weeks, with wrapping up a semester of classes and chapels, working on next year’s England trip, running this year’s winter banquet, and spending time with friends.  I flew into Nashville yesterday morning after a hectic … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: The Tricky Ethics of Christmas

Ah, Calvin: he asks such great questions.  And all while barreling down Dismemberment Gorge.  ‘Tis the Season . . . (image from gocomics.com)

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