Most everyone has read the comics at least once in their life. It used to be you could only read them in the newspaper. Daily strips would be three or four panels in black and white, while the Sunday strips would be larger and in color. Of course, as far as papers go, it's still that way. What's changed in the past few years is, now you can get your daily dose of the funny papers online.
Older comics that have been around for generations; new comics that have only been around a couple years or so; and even classic comics that are no longer in print all have a home on the internet.
Not a big deal, I realize, it's the way of the world nowadays. Really, what caught my attention are the comments that are left for some of these strips; it's something you don't have reading them in the paper.
The comments are odd sometimes, very serious at others, and sometimes just creepy!
For instance, I read the strip, "Nancy", daily. Depending on the day's subject, I've seen some posts that just don't go with the strip.
Likewise, there are times when the strip is supposed to be funny, and people are making comments that lead me to believe they're taking the whole thing way too seriously.
Then there are the "creepy" posts. "Nancy" is raised by her "Aunt Fritzi", who, by cartoon standards, is very pretty. You'd think she was a real person though, judging by all the comments made about her, her looks and her figure! Come on, she's a
Of course, it's like with anything, if you don't want to see/hear it, then change the channel, or don't read it. That's what I do; I just choose not to read the comments. I have the best of both worlds then; the comics online, yet still the way they are in the paper. Life's good.