Comic is something I can add in a anytime read list. Comical, sarcastic humor, with values and some just to enjoy. There are certain online comic strips I wanted to share with my friends here.
I always read the cartoon strips in the daily morning newspapers. Many times we changed the newspapers subscriptions and with them the following up of cartoon strips changed. I thought of googling a comic strip and see if they are available online.
I checked a certain comic strip named 'Launn' on web. This was basically about a teenager girl surrounded by her family and friends. Her school, worries with boy friends and stories of her friends.
Luckily I got the comic strip on line and with it a whole lot of other similar treasure.
Now through this website gocomics.com I started reading other comics too on a daily basis few are Fred, For Better or For Worse, Lila, Marmaduke, Garfield, Foxtrot, Peanuts, Megs classics, Calvin and Hobbes and Stone Soup.
These comics are all available online and have an almost complete archived strips from the start. Besides reading their daily updates, I started reading from their 1st strip. I liked being involved with the complete story and their lives.Some evolve around family issues of some distant foreign land and I liked knowing about them. Plus I loved the sketches and how the characteristics of the characters changed with time. Sundays are special with a bigger and colorful panel. :)
I read Luaan (by Greg Evans) completely since 1985 to now read their daily updated comics. Love her surrounding, her friends, Delta, Bernice, Gunther, Tiffany, parents, their sarcastic humour, Brad her brother, his girlfriend Toni, Shannon her niece, TJ and everyone. All are so adorable.
Cute :-) the starting strip..
Luann in mid...
Nows... see what a difference.. but loved all :)
Fred Basset (by Alex Graham, Michael Martin) is about a male Basset Hound dog. He has a middle aged good hearted owners. The strip goes around what Fred thinks about his surroundings, his conversation with fellow dog friends and on what his owners talk. He is super cute and just love him. The sketches are too good with nicely drawn body of a dog and its movement. Their are his observations, his love for bone, gets little scared from other creatures, friendly, with manners and overall a good pet and dog.
Fred then by Alex ... love his expressions..
Fred now by Michael....
Cant stop laughing on face when I read foxtrot comics. They are super duper humorous. Love the drawings of the characters, their expressions, the stories going around the family and the best their expressions.This usually goes in w storyline like episodes. I have started making expressions like them :D A crazy family indeed but I love em..
Foxtrot early days...
Foxtrot Now... :)
I read all the Stone Soup series from 1995, its start to now daily updates. Love the characters, the family, the plots and everything. Val is a middle aged single mother or two daughters who shares her house in the starting with her single mother, sister Joan. Her daughters are Holly and Alix. Both are opposite types yet have loads of fun. Joan married an extremely good man named Wally. Who is a gentleman and a gr8 cook. They have a daughter together now. Val is now dating a Police officer, Phil and there story is yet to be seen. He's a nice and honest man who understands her.... How can I forget their Granma Evie, who is rather a very fashionable and hot lady. She's dating too plus works as a volunteer too.And yes a she dog Biscuit also resides there loved by all.
Overall the stories are nice and would go hand-in-hand with real emotions, facts, decisions and witty jokes. Over the time, the appearance has changed and the story has grown. .... but it hasn't lost its touch and my doesn't go without the daily comic strips :)