Tuesday, March 13, 2012


Apparently, some newspapers are refusing to run the Doonesbury comic strip this week. If yours is one of them, here are links to the missing strips (with an alternate link at GoComics).

Note that I'll update this post as the week goes on, so check back later for the entire thread.

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Jeff said...

About today's cartoon:

She didn't channel her inner Leslie Nielsen. She should have added, "and don't call me surely." :)

This is 2012; you don't yell for the nurse. You yell "Security!"

Anonymous said...

They're being published on ThurstonBlog:

WCG said...

Maybe I should think about a little different format here, so I can post things like that. My columns are far too narrow for it, now.

But I'm not much at design. I just picked a ready-made template from Blogger and that was good enough.

Chimeradave said...

I'm a big fan of Doonesbury. My dad had a lot of collections of the comics from the very beginning and I read them when I was a teen. But, I don't read the comic these days because I don't ever buy a newspaper. My dad still reads the comic everyday. I like that his characters grow and chnage. Too many comics are static. Garfield never gets any older, etc.

WCG said...

I agree, John. Garfield used to be funny. But has there been a new joke on Garfield in the past decade? It's always the same thing, isn't it?

Well, I shouldn't talk about Garfield, because I haven't read it in years. Maybe it's changed.

Doonesbury doesn't always work for me, but he doesn't stand still. I like that.