Wallace the Brave by Will Henry for December 04, 2022

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    kgornick Premium Member 6 months ago

    My kind of town!

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    angelolady Premium Member 6 months ago

    I LOVE THIS. My love of this is over the top. It struck a nostalgic sentimental chord deep within me. Or something.

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    Wilde Bill  6 months ago

    And the tourists, too.

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    JH&Cats  6 months ago

    Is that the name of one of the student sports teams?

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    Jesy Bertz Premium Member 6 months ago

    Snug Harbor’s number one attraction on TripAdvisor!

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    Ida No  6 months ago

    I can understand Amelia’s frustration. The place I’m at had two snowflakes in one year, and now there are 3-meter-tall monuments at both locations and tourists from as far as China coming to take selfies-with them.

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    Last Rose Of Summer Premium Member 6 months ago

    How to know that you live in a small town…..

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    sergioandrade Premium Member 6 months ago

    I know a 7-11 that has a sparrow nest built in their sign.

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    Cpeckbourlioux  6 months ago

    There’s a lot to unpack, here. And don’t get me started on stop signs.

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    crookedwolf Premium Member 6 months ago

    Heehee “Sparrow Swag”..

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    jschumaker  6 months ago

    Anyone notice the bunny?

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    Fontessa  6 months ago

    I lived in a town so small, that a traffic jam was having to stop at a stop sign because there was a car passing by.

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    k8zhd  6 months ago

    That is what small towns do. Anything to attract attention. Think, Lake Woebegon, Minnesota, and their “Toast & Jelly Days.”

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    Killraven Premium Member 6 months ago

    Wife and I drove to a small coastal town one Saturday and got stuck in town during a parade. Seems if July 4th falls during the week, they have their parade on the following Saturday. This strip captures the feeling perfectly!

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member 6 months ago

    I live in a one traffic light town on highway 101.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member 6 months ago

    I’d be happy to live in Snug Harbor. Seems nice to me.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 6 months ago

    One of the bright spots this time of year is watching the birds at the feeders when I wash the dishes!

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    joe.altmaier  6 months ago

    In our town we get ducks nesting in the shrubbery outside McD’s. Everybody leaves them alone, even as they cross the road to the river and back once a day!

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    enigmamz  6 months ago

    Ha! My town has 5 sets of stoplights! It was 4 for a long time, but people complained about getting in and out of Wal-Mart, so if you need to make a left out of their lot… now you can.

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    WCraft Premium Member 6 months ago

    Very imaginative! Kudos, Mr. Henry!

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    loveabulldesign  6 months ago

    The world would be a better (and happier) place if more people celebrated the small things and found more beauty in the every day…. so… good job, Snug Harbor.

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    scyphi26  6 months ago

    Well, that was nice of the town.

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    phileaux  6 months ago

    The Minn town we temporarily lived in made a big deal when the Dairy Queen reopened every Feb 14th. And yes we waited in 25° for a Blizzard ☺️

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    Kawasaki Cat  6 months ago

    I would like to live in Snug Harbor.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 6 months ago

    The sparrows must have know the light was there when they picked the spot. Seems cruel for the town to remove that feature.

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    miltondavis  6 months ago

    Beautiful art work, as usual.

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    Durak Premium Member 6 months ago

    All we have is a fake ark. I’d rather have sparrows.

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    Diamond Lil  6 months ago

    Sometimes a guffaw. sometimes a gentle smile, but always, always a bright spot in my day! Thank you Will Henry!

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    PoodleGroomer  6 months ago

    A town didn’t have a tornado siren for years because birds built a nest in it. They now test it every day at noon.

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    goboboyd  6 months ago

    Hey, if you can monetize a Ground Hog…

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    nsr60  6 months ago

    I would be very glad if my town needed no more than one traffic light.

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    snowedin, now known as Missy's mom Premium Member 6 months ago

    Our town has zero traffic lights.

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    BC in NC Premium Member 6 months ago

    Snug Harbor is the comics version of Stars Hollow in Gilmore Girls which, was inspired by New England towns. Per Google: Though fictitious, Stars Hollow was inspired by quaint, quirky hamlets across New England. Show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has revealed that the town Washington Depot, CT, first inspired Stars Hollow for her.

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    oish  6 months ago

    I once bought 4 mosquito “curtains” that attached with velcro for the covered portion of my deck (and used binder clips and magnets at the openings) but has 2 large panels that are around a foot too long so it made a “loop” in the corners. A little brown bird, either a nuthatch, chickadee or a wren would use the one corner loop to sleep in without any nesting materials.

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    ilovecomics*infinity  6 months ago

    I want to move to Snug Harbor!

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    Mary Ellen  6 months ago

    This reminds me of the tiny town I live in!

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    dmah Premium Member 6 months ago

    I think Amelia did win the lottery living in a place like Snug Harbor, and having friends like Wallace, Spud, and Rose, but she probably won’t realize this until she’s much older, and living in the big city …

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    Grumpa Premium Member 6 months ago

    Come for the commentary, stay for the drawings.

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    NWdryad  6 months ago

    Many years ago, an entire stretch of newly constructed freeway was shut down because a family of foxes was denning in the center berm. It went on for at least a year.

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    Jacob Mattingly   6 months ago

    If you’ve got beef with the sparrows you’ve got beef with Spud and I suggest you let that one marinate.

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    MCProfessor  6 months ago

    I want to relocate to Snug Harbor!

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    shamest Premium Member 6 months ago

    as long as the town has good places to eat, go for coffee and the. I am for it. It sounds like a place whose retail is not run by Walmart.

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    Daeder  6 months ago

    Amelia: “Oh, please! Sparrow me all your quaint, small town charm!”

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    wannabeschulz  6 months ago

    I love this comic, it just has such a homey and wholesome feeling that makes me want to draw a comic just like it.

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    DM2860  6 months ago

    If I win the lottery, I am moving to a one traffic light town.

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    Ed The Red Premium Member 6 months ago

    Does the gentleman in the lower left (wearing a green scarf) have a beak? Is he some sort of man-sparrow?

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    FassEddie  6 months ago

    There’s always some guy with merch! Can’t we just enjoy some nature without some schmuck marketing it?

    You know, in Vermont they don’t allow roadside ads. It’s a brilliant idea.

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    beany54  6 months ago

    As it ought to be…all for nature!

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    chromosome Premium Member 6 months ago

    I’ve taken several pictures of nests built in store and hospital signs in my neighborhood.

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    George C. Hopkins  6 months ago

    If I couldn’t live there, I’d at least like to visit frequently. The Sparrow Swag looks cool, too.

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