Sunday, September 11, 2011


Hello Folks.
There was a lot of debate and discussion in regards to what, if anything, to present in this column today.
The public is being inundated with all kinds of media coverage because of today marking the tenth anniversary of the cowardly attack against innocents.
So instead of Ms. Waxy Dragon, Autumn the Puppy, or myself, we thought that others should speak for us.
To have this weekly feature live up to its name, the staff and management of The Free Choice E-zine has scoured every newspaper and online source that we have access to, and amongst all the comic strips relating to September 11th, we humbly recommend the following Sunday Funnies to read.

In alphabetical order by comic strip title...
*B.C. by Mastroianni and the Johnny Hart estate
*Crankshaft by Tom Bautik and Chuck Ayers
*Doonesbury by Gary Trudeau
*Grand Avenue by Steve Breen and Mike Thompson
*Heathcliff by George Gately (although rarely shown, the title character does have a good side)
*Home and Away by Steve Sicula
*Ink Pen by Phil Dunlap
*The K Chronicles by Keith Knight
*The Meaning of Lila by John Forgetta and L. A. Rose
*Mutts by Patrick McDonnell
*On A Claire Day by Carla Ventresca and Henry Beckett
*Red and Rover by Brian Bassett

And our personal favorite in light of today:
*The New Adventures of Queen Victoria by Pab Sungenis

If not within your local newspaper, all can be found online with a little internet surfing.
Take care.

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