First JumpStart by Robb Armstrong for January 01, 1996

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    kab2rb  about 11 years ago

    Drives me nuts with the word had, no one had something stolen.

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    AMarsh1  over 10 years ago

    What if I hired a thief?

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    Gokie5  over 9 years ago

    Hate that when it happens.

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    cannedpiepie  over 3 years ago

    some criminals steal whats inside the house but the whole house where did they even carry it to?

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    Sandy UwU  about 3 years ago

    Is this the first comic of this series-?

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    joe piglet Premium Member about 3 years ago

    hi there

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    TԋαƚDυԃҽSays  almost 3 years ago

    This is gonna be my last comment on this acc.

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    beady.el  almost 3 years ago

    It certainly seems like this strip is in the midst of a storyline. Anywhere to see the earlier strips?

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    Sir Uncle Rat69 Premium Member over 2 years ago

    My first time reading the first Jumpstart. The characters are so well written that they seem like real people. Robb Armstrong has written such a great strip for 30 years and counting!

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    12Mikhael.Muhammed_  over 2 years ago

    Every few months Iike to read the entire jumpstart strip straight through and enjoy its greatness

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    Shikamoo Premium Member 10 months ago

    I don’t know how I got here, but it’s great to see the beginning.

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    DKHenderson  5 months ago

    I’m curious as to why the archive starts here. I have the original book collection, and it starts with Joe and Marcy in the hospital, frustrated because no name is good enough for their new baby. A nurse comments that their daughter is the happiest baby they’ve ever had, and goes on to say that the gray and gloomy day brightened up the moment she came into the maternity ward—“And it’s been sunny every since!”After a sizeable number of strips dealing with newborns, Joe’s job, Marcy’s job, etc, Marcy persuaded Joe to put in a bid on a brownstone that was almost in walking distance of her hospital. They meet Charlene and Clarence, who are pleased by the fact that Joe and Marcy are unconcerned that they are an interracial couple. Crunchy scornsJoe’s idea of hiring a moving company, and offers his truck to haul all of their stuff….

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