Santa Sangre Bockwurst Since: 21.6.02 From: Germany Since last post: 243 days Last activity: 130 days # 21 Posted on 4.10.06 1440.25 | Instant Rating: 6.81 Yeah my two favorite of all time are: Far Side Calvin and Hobbes I still read these when I get a chance: Garfield Sally Forth Pickles (the grandad is hilarious) Shoe and one I cant think of the name of - hungar the barbarian or something like that "I'm one of the last cats, puttin the flavor back into rap"
dunkndollaz Banger Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 16 days Last activity: 3 days # 22 Posted on 4.10.06 1445.33 | Instant Rating: 7.20 Originally posted by Santa Sangre and one I cant think of the name of - hungar the barbarian or something like that Hagar the Horrible Hey Crab Man !
Mr. Boffo Scrapple Since: 24.3.02 From: Oshkosh, WI Since last post: 224 days Last activity: 184 days # 23 Posted on 4.10.06 1902.38 | Instant Rating: 5.12 Get Fuzzy, Dilbert, and Pearls Before Swine are the only ones I take the time to read online if I miss the local paper. The Family Circus is an abomination. I used to think I liked Garfield, but then I realized that I really didn't. It's just the same 3 jokes over and over (those jokes are "Garfield is lazy", "Garfield eats a lot", and "Jon can't get a date" by the way). I was at Subway, and one of the workers noticed the Dilbert shirt I was wearing, so I was thinking of hitting up a conversation, see where it goes. Then I find out that her favorite comic strip is Cathy. End of conversation. I can't respect someone who has Cathy as their favorite comic. If your favorite comic is Cathy, I apologize. It still sucks. I have a bunch of webcomics that I keep an eye on however (in a special folder of bookmarks): 8 Bit Theatre, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Diesel Sweeties, Least I Could Do, Penny Arcade, Player Vs. Player, Real Life, Joy of Tech (which I wasn't familiar with until CRZ linked to it), Perry Bible Fellowship, VG Cats, A Softer World (which is weird and I don't really understand it), Giants In The Playground, I'm Blue, Overcompensating, and Questionable Content. Wow, that's really quite a list when I think about it.
Ukrainian Justice Linguica Since: 8.4.03 From: Bryn Mawr, PA Since last post: 2571 days Last activity: 2423 days # 24 Posted on 4.10.06 1902.39 | Instant Rating: 1.28 Toothpaste for Dinner - http://www.toothpastefordinner.com/ Comics Analysis which got me into Mary Worth: http://www.joshreads.com/ Garfield Analysis: http://permanent-monday.blogspot.com/
pieman As young as he feels Since: 11.12.01 From: China, Maine Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 2 days # 25 Posted on 5.10.06 0703.09 | Instant Rating: 7.30
Originally posted by Mr. Boffo It's just the same 3 jokes over and over (those jokes are "Garfield is lazy", "Garfield eats a lot", and "Jon can't get a date" by the way). It seems Jon has a girlfriend now, so they are down to two jokes. Gabba Gabba Hey!
Rudoublesedoublel Potato korv Since: 2.1.02 From: Kentucky - Home of the 8 time NCAA Champ Wildcats Since last post: 14 days Last activity: 5 days # 26 Posted on 5.10.06 1131.21 | Instant Rating: 6.21 I read the comics every day in my newspaper and basically like them all, but One Big Happy has really grown on me. I still enjoy Garfield (we're huge pet people) and I'm so glad that Jon is dating the vet now that I'm ashamed to admit it. I'll ditto Zits, Beatle Bailey, and BC. I even like Mary Worth..... (shame) Reading the comics in the newspaper has been a routine of mine as long as I've been able to read, so all comics provide a clean, happy start to my day every day. University of Kentucky basketball isn't a matter of life and death, it's much more important than that.
OlFuzzyBastard Knackwurst Since: 28.4.02 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 159 days Last activity: 14 days
AIM: # 27 Posted on 5.10.06 1132.11 | Instant Rating: 4.79 You also can't go wrong with Joe Mathlete Explains Today's Marmaduke. "That's my problem - I'm too frank. That's why my mother shoved me down the stairs. But then she is fat."
spf Scrapple Since: 2.1.02 From: The Las Vegas of Canada Since last post: 12 days Last activity: 1 day
AIM: # 28 Posted on 6.10.06 1643.27 | Instant Rating: 5.57 Alien loves Predator (alienlovespredator.com) Now I'll never be able to lead SPF's spfers! (The W)
edoug Kishke Since: 13.2.04 From: Maine Since last post: 45 days Last activity: 1 day # 29 Posted on 6.10.06 1824.11 | Instant Rating: 3.71 I like Drabble. http://www.drabble.com/ and Herman. http://www.comics.com/comics/herman/archive/herman-20060923.html
NickBockwinkelFan Frankfurter Since: 10.4.02 From: New York City, NY Since last post: 694 days Last activity: 25 days # 30 Posted on 8.10.06 0224.21 | Instant Rating: 4.80 I've been learning life lessons from Gil Thorp since 1974. http://chicagosports.chicagotribune.com/sports/custom/gilthorp/ (edited by NickBockwinkelFan on 8.10.06 0325) "Well, you can't involve friendship with business. It has to be one or the other. It's either business or friendship, or hit the bricks!" --Life Lessons from Bobby the Brain Heenan WCW Uncensored 2000 preview Generalissimo Takada's Energy Beverage Provides Maximum Nourishment!
Alessandro Lap cheong Since: 2.1.02 From: Worcester MA Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 3 hours # 31 Posted on 9.10.06 1046.42 | Instant Rating: 3.04 Originally posted by Oliver I mourn the passing of THE BIG PICTURE Another Big Picture fan? Well, how 'bout that ... As for "Opus", I keep meaning to check it out online (it is available online, right?) but I keep hearing such bad things about how much Breathed has slipped ... I'm almost afraid to.
Shem the Penman Toulouse Since: 16.1.02 From: The Off-Center of the Universe (aka Philadelphia) Since last post: 36 days Last activity: 2 days # 32 Posted on 10.10.06 1213.36 | Instant Rating: 5.43 As far as I know, Opus is not available online -- a deliberate choice on Breathed's part, because he wants people to buy papers instead of just clicking right to the strip. The Inquirer runs Opus, and it's, well, okay. Not even a pale shadow of the brilliance that was Bloom County in its prime, though. "The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?"
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 14 hours Last activity: 3 hours
Y!: # 33 Posted on 10.10.06 2156.12 | Instant Rating: 2.18 I am pretty suprised I only saw one FAR SIDE reference. I liked that, and Get Fuzzy, but hardly ever catch it any more.
DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 52 days Last activity: 1 day # 34 Posted on 11.10.06 1132.51 | Instant Rating: 8.35 All time - Bloom County and Calvin and Hobbes That I get presently - Dilbert and for some strange reason Get Fuzzy. Perception is reality
Wpob Lap cheong Since: 21.11.02 From: Williston Park, NY Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 14 hours # 35 Posted on 11.10.06 1313.13 | Instant Rating: 3.39 Calvin and Hobbes is my all time favorite. Foxtrot, Dilbert and Non-Sequitor are my currect top three. ...that motherfucker is always spiked with pain.....
skorpio17 Morcilla Since: 11.7.02 From: New Jersey Since last post: 2181 days Last activity: 2181 days # 36 Posted on 14.10.06 0840.50 | Instant Rating: 2.41 Pearls before Swine - now available as Vol.2 Graphic Novel with writer's commentary. Dilbert and Ziggy are classics. And all the Far-Side knockoffs can be hit or miss: Close to Home, Pardon our Planet, Rhymes with Orange, Loose Parts,etc.
Sterling Golden Cotechino Since: 17.6.02 From: Silk City Since last post: 2233 days Last activity: 2220 days # 37 Posted on 16.10.06 0950.56 | Instant Rating: 6.69 I enjoy the Lockhorns and Andy Capp. Should I be disturbed by the fact the heros of both strips are drunks? Monsoon: Ted Arcidi's gonna drop by. Brain: What a jerk. Monsoon: He's buying dinner. Brain: Oh, that Ted Arcidi. He's a wonderful human being.
babetsavant Polska kielbasa Since: 17.8.06 From: Calgary, AB Canada Since last post: 1249 days Last activity: 1059 days # 38 Posted on 16.10.06 1117.34 | Instant Rating: 4.56 Bloom County and Far Side... I stopped reading strips after those two disappeared. But, my daddy's in a coma!
StingArmy Andouille Since: 3.5.03 From: Georgia bred, you can tell by my Hawk jersey Since last post: 25 days Last activity: 16 hours # 39 Posted on 20.10.06 1443.33 | Instant Rating: 4.85 Originally posted by Merc I have Boondocks, Doonesbury and Foxtrot on my yahoo home page. If anyone can explain to me how to do this, I'd give you my first born. Oh, to stay on topic, I stopped reading the comics on a daily basis after Calvin & Hobbes left, but when I do read them: Peanuts, Zits, Baby Blues, Foxtrot, and maybe a few others. - StingArmy
whatever Lap cheong Since: 12.2.02 From: Cleveland, Ohio Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 7 hours # 40 Posted on 20.10.06 1553.32 | Instant Rating: 3.98
Originally posted by StingArmy Originally posted by Merc I have Boondocks, Doonesbury and Foxtrot on my yahoo home page. If anyone can explain to me how to do this, I'd give you my first born. Oh, to stay on topic, I stopped reading the comics on a daily basis after Calvin & Hobbes left, but when I do read them: Peanuts, Zits, Baby Blues, Foxtrot, and maybe a few others. - StingArmy Click on the 'Add Content' link, then enter 'comics' in the 'Find Content' field. Add the '1. Comics' selection and voila! You can then edit the strips displayed by clicking on the 'Edit Content' for the module. Only thing that stinks (IMHO) is that you can only display three funnies max. I'll gladly take cash instead of your firstborn. ;) (edited by whatever on 20.10.06 1656) Pages: Prev 1 2 3 Next