Saturday, November 22, 2008

Top 5 Newspaper Comics

Requested by rrrrrreooow!

Huzzah! A request! Keep 'em coming, folks. For this list, I've decided to confine myself to comics that are currently in publication. Included as evidence for each entry is a strip from the past month. (Due to some embedding issues, you're going to have to click on each one to get the whole picture. I'll get to work on fixing this problem when I have more time.)

5. Get Fuzzy - Darby Conley
Get Fuzzy

4. Monty - Jim Meddick

3. Doonesbury - Gary Trudeau (CONTEXT NOTE: This strip is from two days after Obama's election.)

2. Zits - Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman

1. Dilbert - Scott Adams


rrrrrreooow! said...

I hate Doonesbury. It's dumb and never funny, and it doesn't really make any sense.

The other ones are all funny. Although I've never actually heard of Monty. But it was much funnier than Doonesbury. So there.

rrrrrreooow! said...

By the way... HAPPY ONE MONTH OF BLOG!!!! You've kept strong for a whole month, posting late only a few times for personal reasons. I congratulate you.

And smile. :)

Jenny said...

Pop-cultural sidenote: Stephen King recently thanked Get Fuzzy in his Thanksgiving-themed column.


Today's "word verification" vocabulary exercize:
pacocar - (n) a small, two-door vehicle, generally in a neon shade, that miraculously fits up to 12 clowns (floppy rubber shoes included).