November 13, 2009
Break out the champagne! Some of the black and white comics whose archive was not working have now been fixed. I found another site that displays the comics back many years, and have linked to that site for all possible comics. This doesn’t fix everything, but it fixes many popular comics, like reader-favorite 9 Chickweed Lane, and Dilbert, among others.
I also took this opportunity to add The Phantom to the archives. I’m not sure why I missed that one the first time, but it’s there now.
I’ll be adding about 8- new comics in the coming days, including a few that I read daily like Big Nate and Candorville.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
May 28, 2009
Many of you have no doubt noticed that the Houston Chronicle has cleaned out their old comics. I am working on a solution, but it may not be implemented for a few days or even weeks. Please keep checking back, and I’ll be sure to post when everything is back to normal.
I also hope to post more often, and discuss more comic-related things, especially good web comics, of which there are surprisingly many.
December 19, 2008
Crankshaft – 12.19.2008
Crankshaft’s only friend in the world is his son-in-law’s old and bitter mother, and even she doesn’t really seem to like him very much. For those who don’t regularly read this comic strip, this is about as upbeat as it gets.
Garfield – 12.19.2008
I must admit, this made me laugh a bit – quite a feat for Garfield.
Gil Thorp – 12.19.2008
When I was growing up, my family owned a small store. This was our method of crime prevention as well – A fake camera with a small red light. It even had a cord that ran through the drywall and into the back room, where it abruptly ended.
Herb and Jamaal – 12.19.2008
Isn’t this former bum/millionaire the same as the “obnoxious white guy” they use from time to time in this strip?
Have a great weekend!
June 5, 2008
Thanks for visiting my site.Â I’ve had this site up and running for a while, and I started it primarily as an easy way for me to catch up on the storylines of some comics I had missed after they got canceled from my local newspaper.Â After a few months, I realized that I was getting hundreds of new visitors a day, so I guess I’m not the only one looking for comic archives.
So anyway, I figured it would be fun to add a bit of commentary, so that’s what this blog is for.
Peruse the site to your heart’s content, and be sure to check back and post comments.