Comics from a small town perspective

22 Aug

I just got done reading about the reduction of comic strips in major newspapers in the Sunday NY Times and it struck me as being a bit of an elitist piece. Basically, papers in a large cities are reducing the space devoted to comics from two (or even three pages) done to 1 or 1.5 pages. Comics must go they say, but the public gets annoyed. What I want to know is why more then a page of comics isn't seen as amazing. I live with one page of comics now and I grew up with less then a full page since the comics in my hometown paper shared space with LM Boyd and the daily bridge thing by Omar Sherif. So, I just want to say that if you don't get every comic strip in the world, welcome to reality.

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