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Four new features in St. Petersburg posted

I mentioned earlier that the St. Petersburg Times was going to try out four new features during the Boondock hiatus. They’ve now named names and here they are: Dog eat Doug (“We’re talking cute, but with a Calvin and Hobbesian twist to the jokes”), Watch your head (“You can like it or you can like The Family Circus, but you can’t like both”), F Minus (“Think The Far Side, with fewer cows and snakes”), and lastly the manga feature Peach Fuzz (“about a young girl and her prissy ferret”).

Community Comments

#1 hsaffell
March/11/2008
@ 3:37 pm

A few years ago, the St Petersburg area used to have a huge comic listing on-line…I mean 200 or so. What ever happened to it. When my old pc crashed, I lost the link and have never found it since.

Yes, The Houston Chronicle is the very best online paper and for pure comics, gocomics.com and comics.com. The Washington Post and Seattle P-I are trying very hard.

#2 hsaffell
March/11/2008
@ 8:37 am

A few years ago, the St Petersburg area used to have a huge comic listing on-line…I mean 200 or so. What ever happened to it. When my old pc crashed, I lost the link and have never found it since.

Yes, The Houston Chronicle is the very best online paper and for pure comics, gocomics.com and comics.com. The Washington Post and Seattle P-I are trying very hard.

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