I created an account and commented about how Jump Start is the most preachy, heavy-handed, moralistic comic strip ever, and I wish it wasn't in my local paper! The comment was gone by the next day. I guess they have fragile egos over there...
I renewed by credit card for a year.Within 10 days I stopped receiving the comics I'd susbscribed to. When I opened a ticket they told me I had not renewed even though my account shows clearly that I have.
It's possible to dig out a support phone number, and they claim they will answer it eventually - but they don't.
Taking your money then denying you've paid amounts to fraud - whether they intend it or not. So I'll be contesting the credit card charge.
Great website. Super well done and organized. High quality comics with a nice zoom feature. I am a Peanuts fan and this has Peanuts that you can go back to the first one made. Click on the calendar once you pick the strip. I went all the way back to Monday October 2, 1950 and saw the first one C. Schulz printed. I could not find this even on Peanuts.com. Shame on you Peanuts.com. Hooray and long live Gocomics.com
Our favorite comics may be online, and they may be there! The latest contributions from Garfield, Calvin & Hobbes, Doonesbury, Cathy, Ziggy, and many others will be found at this easy-to-use site.
I'm a late bloomer when it comes to some things: eating sushi, getting an iPhone, finding out that you don't have to suffer through motion sickness - that there's actually a pill for that kind of thing (which would have saved me a lot of suffering through my one week trip to Vietnam years ago). I stopped watching cartoons at the age of 6 or 7 and hardly read comics as a child (other than Beetle Bailey, for some very odd reason - why would a small Vietnamese girl feel drawn to Beetle Bailey?).
At the age of 25, through my desperate attempts at finding something that would engage one of my students, I found Calvin and Hobbes (or as another student referred to it, Calvin and Hobos). After reading a couple comics, I was hooked, and with this obsessive personality, I went out and bought every Calvin & Hobbes book I could find. It's probably the only thing that I consistently laugh out loud at - though I sometimes find myself concerned about Calvin's attitude and reckless behaviors' influencing my students' behaviors. After a second's thought though, I'm back at it.
When I left the first school at which I taught, I left my C&H collection behind for the boys to enjoy (which they did, immensely). I was reminded of those books as I recently found my extra copy of Yukon Ho! (not the best but still good) in a pile of books. Eventually I'll restore my collection, but the website will do for now - a C&H strip a day to accompany my cup of coffee - doesn't get much better than that.
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