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Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry

Over the Hedge

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  1. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Birdbrains 2 days ago

    Self-interest might just save us in the end. Just gotta educate more individuals on the difference between weather and climate.

  2. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 7 days ago

    I suspect from their tone that the above “Orca” comments came not from folks who loaded the page just to belittle the comic, but from regular admirers of Adrian Raeside’s work who care about it and would like to see it at its best quality. Just like an author who doesn’t mind having his grammar and punctuation proofed, a good artist can accept and appreciate some constructive criticism.

  3. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Maria's Day 7 days ago

    Many cafeterias have changed since the childhood days of the people who make fun of them. Sue would have little to complain about if she were snowed in at one of my local schools. There’s a pretty nice spectrum, from tasty yet crappy junk food to healthier produce-centered meals.
    …but then again, getting snowed in is not a common occurrence in Southern California.

  4. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 7 days ago

    Looks like his friends might soon be chanting “Je suis Nate.”

  5. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Knight Life 8 days ago

    Not enough. You forgot to add the details, like calling “White Wilderness” by name, insistently noting that it was made in 1958, and detailing the process that led them to use a turntable to bring an urban legend to life.

    Even if it were true, the trope is a bit overused. Not your best work, Keef. But I have to admit the next day’s cartoon kinda redeems it.

  6. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo 9 days ago

    If Sergio had a bit more knowledge of neurology, he could REALLY mess with Baldo. “Okay, ‘rest’ for the brain means getting several uninterrupted cycles of REM-NREM sleep, so off to bed with no distractions. That means your phone stays out here, too.”

  7. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo 9 days ago

    Keep in mind that succeeding in college isn’t the same as graduating. While it’s an easy trope to riff on, college debt is not really an unavoidable black hole. It’s true that too many institutions focus more on income than education. Even the more benign majority neglectfully permit students to make unwise choices to get their diplomas, literally at all costs. But even now, students can still “succeed” with the right preparation to accrue only a manageable level of debt – and in some cases, none at all.

  8. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 12 days ago

    Taint the feeder & seeds with hot peppers or chile oil. The squirrels will stop coming and birds don’t taste it.

  9. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 13 days ago

    The biggest problem I see is all you can make from the carcass is burgers and sausage.

  10. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Moderately Confused 13 days ago

    Looks like a good one for “having a stroke.”