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Friday, November 30, 2012

Richard's Poor Almanac Goes to GoComics

GoComics, the fabled online home of over 300 comic strips and editorial cartoons (including Cul de Sac, Kliban, and Tom the Dancing Bug) will start rerunning Poor Almanacs, one a week, on December 3.

16 comments:

John Glynn said...

I haven't been this happy since I met Tony Danza.

Brian Moore said...

That's great, because I've forgotten how to pronounce "Ingres".

Listing Straight said...

Looking forward to getting reacquainted with the Unmitigated Gull.

H.V.Lukas said...

Yay! That'll lift my spirits!

gilda92 said...

Some barrel, some bottom!

Mister Fweem said...

CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY!

Hildigunnur said...

Whee!

Anto Darth said...

Finally!

Sonny Moon said...

Huzzah!

Jon88 said...

... and if we click on the "previous" arrow, it seems there's a whole lot of stuff floating around in the past.

pq said...

omg this is so awesome! thank you, Richard and GoComics!

John R said...

WOOHOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

John R said...

WOOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BTW, please get rid of this recaptcha thingy - ARRGH! :((

John R said...

WOOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BTW, please get rid of this recaptcha thingy - ARRGH! :((

John R said...

WOOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BTW, please get rid of this recaptcha thingy - ARRGH! :((

el cornichon said...

I've been pronouncing "Ingres" like "Ang-g-g", ending with an open-mouth nasal vocalization ala Bert Lahr.