Dave | Elmire, NY | July 19, 2017
And here comes Mr. Butts, Trudeau's greatest character!
Edward Cherlin | Columbus, IN | July 16, 2017
As I read today's strip -- B.D. talking with Elias -- I was thinking it was PESD, Post-Election Stress Disorder. But then I found this.
Bill Hansen | Yola, NIGERIA | July 15, 2017
I'm looking forward to a new strip in which Mark Slackmeyer will be shouting "Guilty, guilty, guilty!"
John Ghalt | Anchorage, AK | July 14, 2017
The current Zonker-as-Nanny series continues to hit it out of the park. My mother, born 1924, was only one generation removed from a time when public school teachers were expected to be single. An early memory of mine (from the early Sixties) is of my mom telling my dad that I had called our babysitter "mama." This made little impression on me at the time but made a much bigger one now that Trudeau reminded me of it. I have little doubt that it caused my poor professional mother no little pain.
Jahn Ghalt | Anchorage, AK | July 12, 2017
I didn't know Mrs. Doonesbury the first was a helicopter pre-cursor: "What happened to lunch, nap, doctor's appointment, play date, and bath?" (Oxford comma not in the original.) As a veteran parent I'd respond: "We took a bath this morning, lunch and nap were on the subway, the doctor was rescheduled, and babies don't have playdates."
Donna Christopher | Lucerne, CA | July 11, 2017
Glad I'd put down the coffee before I got to the "No fair!" Blowback post...
Brian Harvey | Berkeley, CA | July 09, 2017
No fair! I want to see the front of the painting!
Shooshie Roberts | Dallas, TX | July 09, 2017
In his famous image "The Persistence of Memory" Dali addressed worlds that linger only in our minds. Of course, he did it in a highly stylized manner which may not immediately have meaning to many viewers. In today's Sunday strip, Trudeau nailed it yet again for anyone who has reached the age of Boomers. By now, we're each leading at least a double life, if not multitudinal, and there are tender moments that persist, if only in memory, which are yet uncomfortable when we dig them up. Wouldn't it be nice if Kim had the maturity to allow Mike a moment? Of course, Mike would have to be mature enough to emerge from his reverie and stuff it back down from where it came. We do have our responsibilities within the present. Nevertheless, when I skip joyfully down Flashback Lane and see the treasures Trudeau has left for us, I'm still amazed that one person has managed to capture all that and keep on going in life and in creativity and work, having encapsulated so brilliantly the zeitgeist of each era, if not each day. Is this some kind of Jedi Mind Trick? Well, it is whatever it is; once again I pay my respects. It's becoming a habit, sincerely offered. You just can't imagine what it means to me, probably to all of us, to have this breadcrumb trail into the past. Like the tendrils of the mind, its significance now reaches into dim shadows only visible in hindsight. I'm sure Dali would agree.
Rick Brown | Cleveland, OH | July 08, 2017
As I have followed our president's statements I am reminded of an early strip in which Mike is the editor of the Walden College newspaper and questions Zonker about the facts and sources for a scandalous story he's written about the college president. Check it out here.
Paradoctor | San Francisco, CA | July 07, 2017
I wonder if cartoon Trump ever paid J.J., because not paying the help is real Trump's business model.
Roger Webb | Little Rock, AR | July 06, 2017
Today's Classic strip underlines the difficulty in dealing with Trump. When he emerged as a presidential candidate, I suspected that the best way to attack him would be ridicule. Anyone with such an enormous ego would not be able to stand being laughed at. Wrong. You have to have enough self-consciousness to know you're being ridiculed. Trump is pretty much beyond reach.
McAlvie | Baltimore, MD | July 05, 2017
In today's timely Classic strip I couldn't help but notice that Trump wore his ties at a much more normal length 30 years ago. By my estimate his current neckwear must run close to six feet, end to end.
Ronald | North Little Rock, AR | July 05, 2017
Wow, it's a toss-up whether the years have been less kind to The Donald in the strip or in real-life...
Tony Phillips | Chicago, IL | July 05, 2017
Trump l'oeil ! So funny almost 30 years ago, and now the laugh is on us.
Bruce Bendix | Saginaw, MI | July 04, 2017
Regarding the July 4th Classic strip: I think it doubtful Trump has ever heard of, much less read of, either the Parting of the Red Sea or the Coronation of Catherine the Great.
Ben F. | Culver City, CA | July 04, 2017
In today's classic strip Honey and J.J. speak to each other as strangers meeting for the first time although they were roommates when J.J. was in college. Maybe they are trying to avoid arousing the suspicions of a certain future president.
Donald Kelly | Williamsburg, VA | June 30, 2017
Recently, while reading Yuge! : 30 Years of Doonesbury on Trump, I came to the strip where Trump is promoting his brand of insults for use by school kids. On the list of what I take to be actual Trump attacks, I saw "goofball atheist." As an atheist and someone who does not support our president, I felt great knowing that Trump had targeted me, indirectly, for my lack of religious faith. Do you know who he directed the insult toward?
Trump used the phrase in this tweet about firing magician Penn Jillette from "The Apprentice."
Chris W. | US of A | June 25, 2017
I guess the Red Rascal was unable to think of stabbing people in Brussels with a knife until the attacks this march, and the attacks on the police last October. Or maybe he knew that Obama's various complaints were just words and not an actual order to rid the POTUS of those troublesome "free riders." The Rascal's adventures have gotten so complicated since he won the war...
Ronald | North Little Rock, AR | June 21, 2017
I wonder how the end table in today's Classic strip is supporting itself. Those legs look a little wobbly...
Neal G. Dunkleberg | Conesus, NY | June 19, 2017
Your vast collection of characters and their adventures have cheered my day for many years. Thanks!