Cidu Bill on Jan 8th 2017
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Cidu Bill on Sep 4th 2016
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Cidu Bill on Jul 9th 2015
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Cidu Bill on Jun 7th 2015
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Cidu Bill on Dec 22nd 2014
Yes, I can see where a kryptonite mode would be a bad thing, but…
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Cidu Bill on Dec 4th 2012
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Cidu Bill on Jan 3rd 2012
Okay, wait, maybe I sort of kind of get part of this: are they actually peeing in the snow? And Green Lantern’s is green for some reason, but the other guys’ are… white??
No, the more I think I get it, the more confused I am.
Cidu Bill on Dec 13th 2011
Robb Armstrong: “I didn’t want to be the only cartoonist not to use the Superman/phonebooth gag this month”
Cidu Bill on Apr 16th 2011
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Cidu Bill on Mar 3rd 2011
They announced that Diane Lane is going to play Martha Kent in the new Superman movie. Diane Lane. Superman’s mother. How did all that time pass when I wasn’t looking?
And today’s trivia question: What was Diane Lane’s previous Superman connection?
Cidu Bill on Dec 7th 2010
Cidu Bill on Jun 23rd 2010
These were back-to-back on my Chronicle page this past Friday. The second one (Speed Bump) is a definite CIDU, though: “Superman flavor”??
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Cidu Bill on Jul 12th 2009
Filed in Argyle Sweater, Batman, Bill Bickel, F-Minus, God, Mark Parisi, Noah, Non Sequitur, Off the Mark, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, Scott Hilburn, Superman, Tony Carrillo, Wiley Miller, Zach Weiner, Ziggy, aromatherapy, comic strips, comics, comics that made us laugh out loud, humor, lol, synchronicity | 20 responses so far
Cidu Bill on Jun 18th 2009
A bit off-topic, I guess, but…
I’ve been wondering how religion can exist at all in the comic book world, given what the people see around them: Creating life has been done and done some more. Change water into wine? Dozens of people can do that. The Scarlet Witch can change the very nature of reality without pausing from putting on her make-up.
That whole resurrection thing? Please! Superman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Jason Todd, Electra, Jean Grey, Jean Grey, Jean Grey… Just over the past month or so, the Flash, Kid Flash and Superboy all returned from the dead. We’re not talking “missing and presumed dead” here, but dead-as-a-doorbell, bodies buried. Captain America is supposedly coming back this week. Later this summer, apparently, a slew of dead DC characters are coming back en masse. True, they’ll be sort-of zombies, but you can bet that the more popular characters will somehow end up whole. Comic book heroes die, nobody even bothers to cancel their newspaper deliveries.
So in the DC and Marvel Universes, how is it possible for anybody to look at God/Jesus/Allah and see Somebody worthy of worship?
Cidu Bill on Jun 10th 2009
I have a feeling Lois didn’t really think through this cunning plan…
Just for the record, any mention of Larry Niven, or that article of his which I’m sure he regrets ever having written, will be considered this thread’s equivalent of Godwin’s Law.
Cidu Bill on Apr 17th 2009
These two were side-by-side on my Houston Chronicle comics page Thursday. The Speed Bump
is a CIDU, while the Argyle Sweater
is a LOL.
Has anybody actually heard the Captain America cartoon theme since 1968 or so? The Spider-Man theme has found a permanent place in the popular consciousness, but I don’t believe anybody under the age of 45 will be familiar with Cap’s. Normally this would get the Look Geezers! Comics! tag, but Marvel Comics is promoting the hell out of Captain America’s 70th anniversary this week, so I’m inclined to grant it special dispensation as a tribute strip.
Filed in Argyle Sweater, Batman, Bill Bickel, CIDU, Captain America, John Deering, Scott Hilburn, Soup to Nutz, Speed Bump, Superman, comic strips, comics, comics that made us laugh out loud, humor, lol, synchronicity | 33 responses so far