Julia | AUSTRALIA | March 27, 2015
This is the best story segment for a while. But who are the little kids in Tuesday's wedding ceremony strip?
Those are Ellie and Howie, two of Joanie's charges at the Walden Daycare Center. Longtime readers may remember their support of Ginny Slade's congressional campaign and the ERA.
Jason Thorn | Phoenix, AZ | March 27, 2015
The look of wide-eyed wonder in Rick's eyes as the vows are being read is the high point of the week.
Linda Taylor | North Attleboro, MA | March 26, 2015
I love how the twins already have fully formed personalities (including the distinctive noses). Can't wait to see where this goes.
PERSPECTIVE AND APPRECIATION
John Ghalt | Anchorage, AK | March 25, 2015
I love that GBT a practical male perspective to one matrimonial tradition. Indeed, "Why (not see the bride)? What's wrong with her?" The minister had a practical male appreciation for Joannie as well. (With approving glance: "I'd go through with it."). Of course Zonker had to weigh in....
Maryhelen Posey | Calgary, CANADA | March 25, 2015
The WAY BACK WHEN post reminded me of my brother telling me that he was always very popular on the days my mother's shipment of the week's comics (from four newspapers) arrived in Korea. Beetle Bailey wasn't otherwise available!
WAY BACK WHEN
Mike | CALIFORNIA | March 25, 2015
Thank you for running these strips from way back when. I had enlisted in the Army in early '77, and missed everything due to being overseas until your 1983 hiatus. I'm loving the Sunday stuff as well. Please, keep it going!
Michael | Edmond, OK | March 22, 2015
Boy oh boy, the twins sure have grown. I feel like I've missed their early years.
Big Guy | Forest Hills, NY | March 22, 2015
Toggle dealing with his kids imitating his aphasia is real sweet. Well done. Thank you.
Mr. B. | Orlando, FL | March 22, 2015
The twins are growing up much too fast. I wish they could have stayed telepathic infants a bit longer
Rex | Taos, NM | March 22, 2015
One twin has "the Doonesbury nose," the other has Toggle's. Interesting.
15 YEARS AGO
Old Guy | Underhill, VT | March 20, 2015
Today's 15-years ago Flashback, to Duke seeking corporate sponsors for his election campaign, was stunningly prescient.
Brian Harvey | Berkeley, CA | March 18, 2015
I was around for the 1981 Medfly spraying. As I recall, nobody died from it, but the medflies didn't disappear either.
Rev. Dr. Bob Faser | Hobart, AUSTRALIA | March 18, 2015
Re the "Preppy Menace" series: In hindsight, perhaps the eradication of the Preppies (and their British cousins, the Sloane Rangers) wasn't such a good thing after all. Politics in all democratic nations was much more civilised when the various right-of-centre parties had a good supply of courteous and well-educated (or at least expensively-educated) patricians among their leadership.
Chris Blood | Winsor, VT | March 16, 2015
Thirty-four years later and the infestation matures and invades Washington. With a hamstrung EPA, perhaps a stronger pesticide this time?
Rick | Highland Mills, NY | March 15, 2015
Classic irony from Trudeau; using Twitter -- the hotbed of unsubstantiated rumors -- as confirmation of a newspaper fact. Love it!
Gaylon Kent | Hayden, CO | March 11, 2015
Duke's Luger has been referenced at least once before, when he was at bar being pestered by a lawyer from the NRA who, it turned out, wanted him to testify at Judiciary Committee hearings on gun control.
Richard | Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA | March 10, 2015
Duke gave Brenner more of a chance than Oscar gave Reeva!
Tony Phillips | Chicago, IL | March 10, 2015
Duke had a Luger? Picked up off an SS officer in WW2? Perhaps he was a child spy...
Ian | Frankfurt, GERMANY | March 09, 2015
Today's strip with Duke eerily reminds me of the Oscar Pistorius case.
DUKE AT THE STAIRS
G.M.B. | San Francisco, CA | March 09, 2015
Thanks for the re-run of Duke at the stairs. A classic among classics.