This is my final blog post as The Intern. I am a professed Comics Geek -- I love the daily comics. Over the years, I have built a comics archive in my head that rivals the database at Universal Uclick. Here are a few strips that came to mind today.
Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley
The early years of Get Fuzzy were awesome. This image of Bucky in his fisherman’s sweater with the heart on the front is burned in my brain.
Pickles by Brian Crane
Ha. Roscoe does not appear to be much improved.
Red and Rover by Brian Basset
I did not discover Red and Rover until I began reading the comics online. It is possibly the sweetest comic story ever told, and this is one of the first strips I remember. You can read more about the creator, Brian Basset, here.
Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis
My husband occasionally brings up Annie May, the sea anemone enemy -- and it’s an eight-year-old gag. Nice writing, Pastis.
Pooch Café by Paul Gilligan
The holidays are upon us, so I leave you with a classic example of Pooch Café.
-- The Intern