You know you can’t beat that thing here on Go-Comics!
Whereas the whooping crane is currently considered to have become bland in recent years.
I like those odds!
Is it Osgood? Ernestine? Tom the Dancing Bug? or maybe it’s the Snake!
There! It’s a 50% chance I got it right!
Okay, I didn’t do bad for working off the top of me head.
I’m up for a challenge. Let’s me think…
Snoopy = Peanuts
Grimm = Mother Goose and Grimm
Otto = Beetle Bailey
Earl = Pickles, I think
Rover = Red and Rover
Satchel = Get Fuzzy
Spitsy = Big Nate
Daisy = BlondieOdie = Garfield
Marmaduke = Marmaduke
Barfy = Hi & Lois
How’d I do?
In my limited experience, I’ve found some hotels that do accept them, but they really prefer cards because they know you’ll steal towels, pillows, and soap and they need the records to charge you after the fact.
Jeepers, without his glasses, Mr. Kant looks rather super!
Because the final strip of a series is usually considered the best one of the run. Therefore, every strip here is the best! Why would you WANT to see the earlier strips which, by definition, couldn’t have been as good as this finale?
This is a one-year-later reference to the Great Comics Switcheroonie. On April first of 1997, a whole of comic strip creators traded places with each other for one day, just to mess with the minds of that day’s newspaper readers. Oddly, Jimmy Johnson didn’t participate in that day’s shenanigans, but he got the last word in with this strip.