Where to find your missing comics

Where to find your missing comics June 1, 2009

Do you like the comic strips in newspapers? I do, though I don’t think they are as funny or entertaining as they used to be. Newspapers, due to their economic woes, are cutting a lot of people’s favorites. The Washington Post has cut back from a comic-lover’s feast of three pages to two pages. But when the Post drops a comic in the print section–as it has been doing for years, dropping a strip to pick up another one–it continues to make it available online. So if you are missing your Judge Parker or your Zippy the Pinhead, you can keep up with them by going here: Comics – washingtonpost.com.

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  • I haven’t bothered to count or compare their offerings, but the Houston Chronicle also offers a very large selection of comics on their Web site, complete with a “build your own comics page” utility that works fairly well. They, too, used to have a ginormous comics section — it was four pages when I was in college, I think — due to the merging of the Houston Post with the Chronicle.

  • I haven’t bothered to count or compare their offerings, but the Houston Chronicle also offers a very large selection of comics on their Web site, complete with a “build your own comics page” utility that works fairly well. They, too, used to have a ginormous comics section — it was four pages when I was in college, I think — due to the merging of the Houston Post with the Chronicle.

  • Joe

    Glad to know that I am not the only one who reads the funny pages.

  • Joe

    Glad to know that I am not the only one who reads the funny pages.

  • Booklover

    My faves are Pickles and Zits. Which sounds like quite an affliction. (Pickles is about retirement life and Zits is about teen life. Duh.)

    Baby Blues and LuAnn are also good. I guess I like the comic strips that depict the stages of life.

  • Booklover

    My faves are Pickles and Zits. Which sounds like quite an affliction. (Pickles is about retirement life and Zits is about teen life. Duh.)

    Baby Blues and LuAnn are also good. I guess I like the comic strips that depict the stages of life.

  • Harry

    What, no Mallard Fillmore!

  • Harry

    What, no Mallard Fillmore!