Growing up there was one thing that I looked forward to every Sunday; the Comic section.
While my Dad read the news sections, and my Mother read all the ads, I always curled up somewhere and feasted on the comic strips.
They were in glorious color. Full pages of hilarity that made my Sunday mornings fun. I eagerly followed the adventures of Alley Oop; Barney Google and Snuffy Smith; Blondie; Buck Rogers; and Flash Gordon.
The subjects ranged from adventure, detective, and humor strips to dramatic strips with soap opera situations like Mary Worth.
Some comic strips ran all week and culminated in a color presentation on Sundays. Little Orphan Annie and The Phantom are two great examples.
Some of my favorite current cartoon strips are Garfield; Peanuts; Family Circle and Calvin and Hobbes.
Some of my vintage favorites are Dick Tracy; Tarzan; Nancy; Beetle Baily; Hi and Lois; Broom Hilda; Superman; Prince Valiant; The Flintstones; The Lone Ranger; Mutt and Jeff; Batman; Pogo; and Andy Capp.
In a time when laughter is at a premium, we can still count on the Sunday Comic pages to start our day out right.
Did I fail to mention your favorite strip? If so, let me know what it is. There's nothing like reader input to know if I'm on the right track.
Have an enjoyable Sunday.