The comic strip The Lockhorns, which was previously hosted on Comics Kingdom, has moved to GoComics, so my comics aggregator has been updated to reflect this and the strip is once again available there. Note that a paid subscription is required to read Comics Kingdom through the aggregator (as per the user guide) but not… Read More »
The comic strip Mother Goose & Grimm stopped working in the comics aggregator about a week ago because the author stopped publishing new strips on grimmy.com. I’ve modified the aggregator to pull the strip from gocomics.com instead, so it’s working again. Thank you to the aggregator user who let me know about the problem so… Read More »
At a reader’s request, I’ve added The Argyle Sweater from GoComics to the comics aggregator. I’d never heard of this comic before receiving this request, and when I went to look at it I laughed out loud at all of its five most recent comics, so I’ve also added it to my own daily comics… Read More »
Baby Blues is once again being hosted in my comics aggregator, being pulled from GoComics instead of Comics Kingdom.
TLDR Edge City is now being syndicated online by two different comic-strip syndicates. I’ve never seen that before and I have no idea what the heck is going on. There’s this comic strip, Edge City, which ended new strips in 2016, but reruns of the strip continued to syndicated online, and presumably in some newspapers… Read More »
Apparently “Edge City” is now being syndicated on GoComics, so I’ve updated the comics aggregator to get it from there instead of Comics Kingdom.
Users of the comics aggregator who are also Comics Kingdom subscribers may have noticed that the comic strip Baby Blues is no longer available as of January 12. Apparently syndication of this strip is moving from King Features (Comics Kingdom) to to Andrews McMeel (Go Comics) as of February 1, and the maintainers of Comics… Read More »
For those of you who use my comics aggregator, please note that the charming folks at GoComics.com mucked with their site again, possibly to make aggregators like mine more difficult to implement (they want your eyeballs and your clicks on their ads!), and I’ve just fixed the aggregator to compensate for their changes, so their… Read More »