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ZZZZZZZ
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What's your favorite comic strip?

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This is mine.


milnoc

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I prefer Webcomics myself. Freefall, Ménage à 3, Oglaf, XKCD, S.S.D.D., Girl Genius, and Sexy Losers/The Thin H Line/Depression Comix (same author).
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urbanriot
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All of Calvin and Hobbes, Farside and I think that's it for printed.

Online I enjoy xkcd and Penny Arcade.






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I had four all time favorite strips. When they all retired I stopped reading comics.

Bloom County, Far Side, Calvin and Hobbes and Herman...

*Sigh*

I miss the good old days...


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"OVERBOARD" from the Toronto Sun was hilarious.....



J E F F
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Far Side and Calvin & Hobbes. When I was a kid, it was Peanuts and Garfield.


Robert
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I have the complete collections of both Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes


J E F F
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said by Robert:

I have the complete collections of both Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes

It was the only stuff I ever bought.
So you have Wiener Dog Art then.
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Bob4
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Calvin & Hobbes is the best comic ever written. And that's from someone who grew up reading Peanuts.


coxta
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I don't really have a favorite comic strip, but one that I find is well done. Such as this recent Drabble comic strip.
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vue666
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Favorite of all time "Conan the Barbarian" comic strip...

Current favorite "Peanuts" by Charles Schulz.... Schulz was an avid hockey buff and played rec hockey until the time of his death....

»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snoopy's_S···urnament


horsey

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»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pogo_(comic_strip)
By far "we have met the enemy and he is us"


urbanriot
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said by vue666:

Favorite of all time "Conan the Barbarian" comic strip...

Ohhh yeaaaa, I forgot we used to have ongoing story-strips... like Spider-Man and some doctor, and before that other stuff that I can't remember.


vue666
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Yeah..Tarzan, Prince Valiant, Flash Gordon, Buck Roger, Terry & the Pirates, Steve Canyon to name a few....

Hal Foster who was the artist and creator of Prince Valiant was born in Halifax...

»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Foster


FaxCap

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The Far Side was my #1 but strips like Beetle Bailey were good.
Herman was excellent.

FaxCap


vue666
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Dr Fun was one of my all time fav internet strips...


ZZZZZZZ
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Beetle Bailey was another I enjoyed,I also remember reading Mandrake the Magician when I was a kid.
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ZZZZZZZ
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vue666
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Beelte Bailey was one of my favs as well... I even read his comic books when I was a young shaver....

This is a fun thread...thanks for starting this...


vue666
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Here's a listing of the all time top ten

»www.craveonline.com/comics/artic···all-time


ZZZZZZZ
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Lio is the only one I haven't seen..........but Tintin is a surprise being in that list.

It was always in the french papers growing up in Montreal,but I didn't think it had made it to the english media,at least not here in N.A.
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ZZZZZZZ
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Tikker_LoS

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Calvin and Hobbes is far and away the best comic strip (for my tastes)

Online strips I've always liked PVPonline and back in the day enjoyed /GU (back in the everquest addiction haze)


urbanriot
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The real background image that has bits from the cover of 'scientific progress goes "boink'', where's that come from? I wouldn't mind getting prints of those... I have a great location to hang them on the wall.


ZZZZZZZ
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»www.google.ca/images?hl=en&outpu···CCcQBSgA

I was just reading my newsfeeds and saw them.
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urbanriot
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Cool, thanks, I found some dude made them and posted the link to his imgur.com album... but due to copyright reasons, they were taken down.

Guy's blog is here - »realcalvinandhobbes.tumblr.com/
(no images though, taken down)


LazMan
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Always liked Calvin and Hobbs...

Dilbert is another fav; doubly so when I worked in an ISP's tech support group... It was painfully close to home some days!


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I recall Out Our way was a favorite of my Mom...

Blondie and Dagwood was a favorite of mine...Probably because as a young lad I had a crush on Penny Singleton who acted as Blondie in those zanny movie adaptations in the late 1930's through to early 1950...


urbanriot
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huh! blondie's gone 'high tech' with the ages... it seemed pretty stale a few years back but the last row is a little funny.