Going Up the Country for a Bucolic Sunday

Seems a number of comics have decided they’re “gonna leave this city, got to get away.”



Serenity does not rule all the countryside.


But mostly…


Doonesbury © G.B.Trudeau 
Hi and Lois © Comicana Inc

Baldo © Baldo Partnership
Pearls Before Swine © Stephan Pastis
Frazz © Jef Mallett
Prickly City © Scott Stantis
Mark Trail © North America Syndicate
Broom-Hilda © Tribune Content Agency
Animal Crackers © Tribune Content Agency
KidSpot © Andrews McMeel Syndication

Little Oop © UFS
Ziggy © Ziggy and Friends

Prince Valiant © King Features Syndicate
One Big Happy © Creators Syndicate
Breaking Cat News © Georgia Dunn
Shoe © MacNelly
Wallace the Brave © William Wilson
Monty © Jim Meddick
Hagar the Horrible © King Features Syndicate
Hi and Lois © Comicana Inc

6 thoughts on “Going Up the Country for a Bucolic Sunday

  1. Clicking on the Doonesbury link does not show that mountain sunrise, though some mountains can be seen out Mike’s window.

  2. All this post needs is one of those great Watterson watercolor landscapes with Calvin & Hobbes lounging under a tree.

  3. D.D. regarding the Doonesbury title panel, it could also be available if included in vertical format. The Tampa Bay Times runs it that way.


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