Here in 2018 we do still have newspapers (they’re not quite wiped out yet!), but the idea of a daily comic strip in newspapers is in the past.
My favourite of all was Calvin and Hobbes, every day stories of Calvin, a six year old boy and his imaginary friend, his stuffed tiger , Hobbes.
Bill Watterson created these daily comic strips for a decade until 1995 (wow, was it really that long ago he stopped writing them !?).
They are now collected into books, all with great titles, with my favourite being “Attack of the Deranged Monster Killer Snow Goons“. Awesome !
Funny ? Absolutely !
As to the character names, though, with them named after two 16th/17th century philosophers, one would expect some funny AND thought-provoking comic strips.
Here are some favourites to have you both chuckle and pause for thought, each with a link to an earlier piece on that line of philosophical thinking.
Stoicism – (“Stoicism – The Tao of Bobby Orr“)
Actions speak louder than words – (“Unthinkable, unforeseeable leadership“)
The Power of Simplicity – (“Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication“)
(I love my three boys with all my heart.. and this still made me laugh out loud !)