I tend to forget that Women's Enews runs Nicole Hollander's comic strip Sylvia, which is obviously the only reason I'd mention their site. I'm certainly not reading any of their articles. Everyone knows this is a post-feminist, post-apocalyptic, Post Super Sugar Crisp world.
Always forget about Jump Start, too, and end up reading weeks at a time. Unlike Boondocks, I don't feel the need to warn people that it may not be for everyone. Curtis, which I'm not even linking, isn't for anyone. No clue why that abomination still exists. It must have fans, but gods help them if I ever meet any.
For a start, it's not comic strip related, and I'd almost managed a cohesive entry for once. . .
9-11 IS STILL A JOKE DEP'T.: The wearying take-off-your-shoes-for-the-metal-detector routine pops up in both Wednesday's Beetle Bailey and Sunday's Blondie. Next time, just do another golf gag, fellas.
As with pretty much everything else, Sturgeon's Law most defintely applies to comic strips.