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The good ol’ comics |

The good ol’ comics

| Saturday, August 14, 2004 12:00 a.m

Laurel: The new sports section is fantastic. I usually skipped over most of the sports pages, but the new format certainly draws my attention.

Lance: What you have done to the comics section is absolutely terrible. Most of the new additions, or should I say replacements, do not cut it. They do not qualify as either comical or funny and they are not up to the standards of the strips you removed. Both the script and the toons look like they are drawn by the same person. The exceptions might be “Loose Parts” (of course I have always liked “The Far Side”) and “Baby Blues.”

Comment: Please return the “good old comics.” All of them were much better than any of the new ones.

Nancy & Bill Newman
Mt. Lebanon

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