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Super Bowl Party Tip

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on February 3, 2019

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Superb Owls Have Their Say

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CLAW THE SYSTEM: POEMS FROM THE CAT UPRISING
On Sale Now Wherever Books Are Sold

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Puppy Bowl Vs. Kitten Bowl

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Sally Forth Sunday: Wolves, Lower

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on February 3, 2019

Years ago Berke Breathed ran a Bloom County Sunday that was one big fake ad for his strip’s version of the then new Macintosh computer, the Banana Junior 6000. I looked at it and thought, “I would give anything to bring something that batshit to the comics pages.” Now a huge, undying thanks to Jim Keefe, because his first panel in today’s Sally Forth helped make that dream a reality.
Also, Ted’s expression in the second-to-last panel is the perfect depiction of a person about to snap.

Cat Sees Shadow

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on February 2, 2019

How to Say “Super Bowl” When You’re Not a Super Bowl Sponsor

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What the Groundhog Saw

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Sally Forth Week: Came Tumbling Down

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Winter Reflections

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 31, 2019

Last Time on “Sally Forth”

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 28, 2019

This may be the first time I’ve used such a narrative conceit—which I now see should read “Previously on Sally Forth”—all because of yesterday’s new story-arc introduction and the fact that not every newspaper that runs the daily strips prints the Sunday ones as well. (And while one could read the missed strips online, that’s neither everyone’s habit nor fair to expect people to do so.)

But tune in when we start to use other such old-time TV show tropes as “On the next,” “To be continued,” “On a very special,” “The role of _____ will now be played by _____” and a test pattern for whenever I get writer’s block.

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