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Happy Birthday, The Family Circus

It was 58 years ago this month that the newspaper comic strip (although not a strip, strictly speaking), The Family Circus, first appeared. In fact, 1960 was a Leap Year and the first cartoon appeared on February 29th, 1960, making … Continue reading

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Superman And Mighty Mouse

The Mother Goose & Grimm comic strip below appeared in today’s newspapers across the country. I laughed when I first saw it, and then my mind started working, which is seldom a good thing. As a kid, Mighty Mouse was … Continue reading

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Veterans Day In The Newspaper Comic Strips

I very rarely agree with the conservative newspaper comic strip “From The Right: Mallard Fillmore” but I wholeheartedly agree with the message of today’s Veterans Day strip…with the slight addition that we, as a nation, SHOULD be doing more to … Continue reading

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Calvin’s Final Talk With Hobbes

I am a huge fan of “Calvin and Hobbes” and have mourned their absence of original strips since Bill Watterson retired the strip almost 20 years ago. But I wasn’t always such a huge fan. When the strip first debuted … Continue reading

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“I Will Look For You…”

This Mother Goose and Grimm strip in today’s comics section made me laugh out loud.

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