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    OT: Favorite comic strip

    A thread in the cave got me thinking about this. I love the comic strip Red Meat, I've never seen it anywhere but on the internet and I've seen some comic strips that just slay me by the writer Max Cannon. There is one character that I find completely unfunny but the Milkman Dan character is probably one of my favorite of all time.

    Anybody else have some favorites? Feel free to post some of your favorite strips as well.

    EDIT: I forgot, Red Meat can be a little offensive. You're warned.







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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Family Circle and Marmaduke.

    Seriously, can you name one person who thinks these are funny?

    My favorite these days is "Bizarro".



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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Get Fuzzy. I love that cat.



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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Brevity guyandrodd.com


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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    First person that says Dilbert gets a punch in the ovaries.


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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    It's been out of print for more than a decade, but my favorite will always be Cavin and Hobbes (I have the 40lb collector's edition with every single comic in the series in it, also my parents adopted my orange tabby named Hobbes when I couldn't let him keep living where I was living a few years ago).

    After that, my current favorites are Fox Trot, Dilbert, Get Fuzzy, and Beetle Bailey.


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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Quote Originally Posted by cmoneyr View Post
    First person that says Dilbert gets a punch in the ovaries.
    Once again, get a real job and you will understand why it is funny...


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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Far Side

    and Dilbert

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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Quote Originally Posted by jdoggivjc View Post
    Once again, get a real job and you will understand why it is funny...
    You mean get a cubicle job like you? No thanks.


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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Quote Originally Posted by jdoggivjc View Post
    Once again, get a real job and you will understand why it is funny...
    By definition, what do you consider to be a real job? I for one don't think being trapped in a cubicle for 12 hours a day is a job. It is a prison sentence.



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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Dilbert is my fav......ooof!

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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Quote Originally Posted by jdoggivjc View Post
    It's been out of print for more than a decade, but my favorite will always be Cavin and Hobbes (I have the 40lb collector's edition with every single comic in the series in it, also my parents adopted my orange tabby named Hobbes when I couldn't let him keep living where I was living a few years ago).

    After that, my current favorites are Fox Trot, Dilbert, Get Fuzzy, and Beetle Bailey.
    You said Dilbert first. Hope you didn't have any plans for those ovaries of yours.



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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Calvin Hobbs is the best. Far Side was good. Fox Trot is good.

    How does Family Circus stay in circulation?



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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Print based: Get Fuzzy
    Web Based: SinFest and Penny Arcade



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    Re: OT: Favorite comic strip

    Quote Originally Posted by iowast8fan View Post
    You said Dilbert first. Hope you didn't have any plans for those ovaries of yours.
    Not too worried about my ovaries - weren't part of the package that I was born with... (now if he said nutshot, I'd be a little concerned)


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