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  • helen
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    Someone from another retired comic strip makes an appearance in today's strip (01/09/22).

    Spoiler below in case you don't want to check out the link (or goes bad after 9 months).

    Lucy from the Peanuts comic strip doing the football thing with Pig about COVID-19 is done (which is not).

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  • Ron Whitfield
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    Guard Duck!

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  • helen
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    The librarians in the Pearls Before Swine univerise seem to be tough and/or serious people, in the 1/16/11 strip they throw bricks into patrons windows reminding them that they overdue books.

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  • helen
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    Wednesday's (1/13/11) strip makes mention that someone is brought the rights for a Family Circus movie.

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  • Kaonohi
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    Originally posted by helen View Post
    Ouch for Goat today. Mr. Snuffles drops a globe over Goat's head. Isn't Mr. Snuffles Goat's cat?
    When my cats aren't happy, I'm not happy. Not because I care about their mood but because I know they're just sitting there thinking up ways to get even.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley

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  • helen
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    Poor Pig, Monday he returns a library book that is 11 days overdue and the library policy after 10 days is not to charge the patron but rather toture them in their dungeon.

    And Wednesday's strip has Pig being knocked out by the strip's copyright text that is normally inbetween the panels.

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  • helen
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    New character called Officer Potus (an elephant wearing a police officer's uniform) who seems to be an ally of the crocodiles showed up on Sunday's strip as well as today.

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  • Ron Whitfield
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    A respected comic friend mentioned today's strip.

    I guess I'll catch up on what I've missed.

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  • helen
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    New character in the strip called Drama Cow, which cause Guard Duck to call in air strikes against Drama Cow but keeps missing and hit's everyone else.

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  • helen
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    Ouch for Goat today. Mr. Snuffles drops a globe over Goat's head. Isn't Mr. Snuffles Goat's cat?

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  • helen
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    Friday's strip of Pearls Before Swine have the crocodiles gathering a pitchfork and touch and yelling out "Keel Da Google".

    And of course Saturday's strip has Larry destorying laptops because Google is inside of it.

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  • helen
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    Today's strip has Rat saying that he worked out a deal such that Ziggy will be wearing pants in the Ziggy strip today.

    Since the Advertiser or the Star Bulletin doesn't carries the daily Ziggy strip (the Advertiser only does the Sunday version) the only way to check it out is via the Ziggy website for today.

    Was kind of interesting to read the comments left by the Pearls before Swine fans.

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  • Leo Lakio
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    Originally posted by helen View Post
    Seems that the strip has an issue (or a storyline) with a character from another comic strip that doesn't wear pants (in this case it is Ziggy).
    Yeah - they love to pick on other comics. Remember all the times they've "attacked" characters from "Family Circus?"

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  • helen
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    Seems that the strip has an issue (or a storyline) with a character from another comic strip that doesn't wear pants (in this case it is Ziggy).

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  • Kaonohi
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    Certainly the comics page is not what it used to be (which was for kids); now there's something for everyone, and an amazing amount of creativity.

    K

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