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Tim Prentiss

I think Alice deserves at least half of this award...


Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees!

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Congratulations! I love this comic strip!

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Well deserved award!

The Decider

Maybe now he will switch to legible font.

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best comic being done now


Probably the worst drawn and dumbest comic on the page. I can't imagine what they were thinking.

Carl Quick

Truly a classic comic in the making and one I thoroughly enjoy.

Doug Thomas

Well-deserved! Congratulations to Richjard Thompson!

MIchael K.

Yes, Herzlichen Glückwunsch!-Verdient-

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promised more reflection to come after he's had time to recover from the night's momentous events. Keep an eye on Richard's blog for more - and in the meantime, check out this tribute to the event by Dave Kellett!

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Congratulations to Richjard Thompson! Great comic strip

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Congratualtions Richard, Cul de Sac is a great comic strip, well deserved.

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what you have said in this article has deeply impressed me and i wish you can write more about this subject.

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Where there is life there is hope.

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Everything has its time and that time must be watched

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Experience keeps a dear school,but fools learn in no other.

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The job of cartoonist is to showcase day to day good and bad of our society adding the element of humor. Cartoon are mere sarcasm to the authority but could be called as an attempt to draw the attention people of department for a good. People of such field should be applauded with such awards. They deserve such awards.

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