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The Glorious Fourth

Earlier today Old Man Peterson showed some 4th of July comics from his youth.
But I’m a young Hep Cat, so here’s some comic strips from today’s papers.

These days daily comics come with color so The Fourth landing on a Saturday doesn’t disallow for a red, white, and blue fireworks display. Dustin and Dennis did it.

but I’m partial to the Sally Forth show.

 

Frank and Ernest take us back to the OF (Original Fourth)…

as does Prickly City.

 

Off The Mark gets a laugh.

 

Dog Eat Doug and Reality Check deal with pet owner concerns.

Red and Rover has a colorful display and animal advice.

 

Lio reminds me of some old movie, but it was way before my time and I can’t put a name to it.

 

I think Phoebe and Her Unicorn is my favorite comic strip of the day,

which leads us to Mutts message of unity for the United States’ birthday.

Community Comments

#1 Boise Ed
July/5/2020
@ 12:11 am

The movie the Lio reminded you of is probably Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, specifically the scene at the end where Slim Pickens rides the bomb all the way down, like a bronco.

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