September 27, 2019: The first B.C. strip where the Fat Broad is addressed as Jane appeared.
Last month we told you we would explain the name choices.
Pretty simple really.
Bobby’s mom was Janie Indiana Finch.
Johnny’s mom was Grace Anna Brown.
Patti and Perri thought it would be nice to honor their grandmothers in the strip and Mason and Mick were totally on board!
‘Jane’ fits the Fat Broad best because Johnny had often said that he patterned her disdain of snakes after his mother-in-law.
You see… “Miss Janie” could pummel a rattlesnake to death with a broom!
And ‘Grace’? Well, it’s the perfect name for the Cute Chick.
Grandma Hart, “Muddy” was only 5 feet tall and a ‘graceful’ roller skater!
Homes For Our Troops
above: the week of Tapper/Adams Dilbert strips, blocked courtesy Robert Harvey.
November 7, 2019: Don’t forget that next month the Jake Tapper-Scott Adams Dilbert strips go on the auction block for the benefit of Homes For Our Troops.
October 5, 2009: Fort Knox debuts. October 5, 2019: Fort Knox celebrates 10 years.
September 28, 2019: Allan Holtz’s Stripper’s Guide returns!
After a two week absence, due to complications from Hurricane Dorian,
Allan Holtz’s indispensable Stripper’s Guide has returned.
Reeeally looking forward to this. IDW has a small preview here.
I’ll let you in on a secret – order from Bud Plant and save $10 plus get a
Bonus: exclusive limited edition 16-page pamphlet of bonus material, signed by Paul Tumey
October 2, 1989: Robb Armstrong’s JumpStart first appears.
Way to go, Robb!
Only 85 Days ‘Til Christmas, suggestions for our buddy Mike:
Not sure if it’s Slumber-wear or not????