History ComicStrip / CulDeSac

17th Nov '16 9:09:48 AM darkchiefy
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* Egging: Alice's grandmother habitually throws deviled eggs at passing cars
29th Oct '16 7:15:32 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* BerserkButton: Don't call Sophie "New Kid" or "Soapie" over and over again.

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Don't call Sophie "New Kid" or "Soapie" over and over again.again.
** Never refer to Viola D'Amore's instrument as a xylophone. ''It's a '''[[InsistentTerminology marimba!]]'''''



* SixthRanger: Sophie

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* SixthRanger: SophieSophie, the weird new kid from Camp Blisshaven.
27th Jul '16 9:57:03 PM Mdumas43073
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A MundaneFantastic comic set in suburbia, chronicling the adventures of Alice, a child in preschool; her brother, Petey, a neurotic and [[ExaggeratedTrope absurdly]] PickyEater; and their family, friends and neighbors.

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A MundaneFantastic comic set in suburbia, chronicling the adventures of Alice, Alice Otterloop, a child in preschool; her brother, Petey, a neurotic and [[ExaggeratedTrope absurdly]] PickyEater; and their family, friends and neighbors.
27th Jul '16 9:54:59 PM Mdumas43073
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Started as a Sundays-only strip in the Washington Post Magazine. The setting was explicitly somewhere in suburban DC, but after going to nation-wide syndication in September of 2007, the setting changed to a more generic suburb, though there are still references to the original setting. The strip ended in 2012 after the author, Richard Thompson, decided to concentrate on managing his case of Parkinson's disease. Thompson died on July 27, 2016 from complications related to the disease.

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Started It began in 2004 as a Sundays-only strip SundayStrip in the Washington ''Washington Post Magazine.Magazine''. The setting was explicitly somewhere in suburban DC, but after going to nation-wide syndication in September of 2007, the setting changed to a more generic suburb, though there are still references to the original setting. The strip ended in 2012 after the author, Richard Thompson, decided to concentrate on managing his case of Parkinson's disease. Thompson died on July 27, 2016 from complications related to the disease.
27th Jul '16 8:09:22 PM FF32
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Started as a Sundays-only strip in the Washington Post Magazine. The setting was explicitly somewhere in suburban DC, but after going to nation-wide syndication in September of 2007, the setting changed to a more generic suburb, though there are still references to the original setting. The strip ended in 2012 after the author, Richard Thompson, decided to concentrate on managing his case of Parkinson's disease.

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Started as a Sundays-only strip in the Washington Post Magazine. The setting was explicitly somewhere in suburban DC, but after going to nation-wide syndication in September of 2007, the setting changed to a more generic suburb, though there are still references to the original setting. The strip ended in 2012 after the author, Richard Thompson, decided to concentrate on managing his case of Parkinson's disease. \n Thompson died on July 27, 2016 from complications related to the disease.
29th Jun '16 7:28:29 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* CallBack: An early strip involved a group of cows at a theme park getting annoyed with Mrs. Otterloop mooing at them, planning on quacking next time. Years later, when driving by a cow on the side of the road, Mrs. Otterloop asks the kids if they know what sound a cow makes, and Petey jokingly quacks.
26th Jan '16 1:51:26 AM tenryufan
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Kinda - Richard Thompson is very much alive, but his Parkinsons disease has resulted in the strip ending in September 2012.
20th Feb '14 1:41:25 PM g454trytrt5
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20th Feb '14 1:53:53 AM m8e
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Can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/culdesac/ here.]] Has nothing to do with the RomanPolanski film.

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Can be read [[http://www.gocomics.com/culdesac/ here.]] Has nothing to do with the RomanPolanski Creator/RomanPolanski film.
20th Sep '13 10:54:58 AM Eithelen
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* LittleProfessorDialog

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* LittleProfessorDialogLittleProfessorDialog. Ernesto. Sometimes Alice and her classmates say things that, while not quite this advanced, are more articulate than the average preschooler.
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