History ComicStrip / JudgeParker

27th Jan '16 2:24:53 AM tenryufan
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* FanNickname: It's referred to by posters on Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon forums as "''Juggs Parker''", because just about every female character is drawn with large, perky breasts.
7th Dec '15 4:49:52 AM StFan
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, '''''Judge Parker''''' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was shifted OutOfFocus from his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, '''''Judge Parker''''' ''Judge Parker'' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was shifted OutOfFocus from his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.

* TheBeautifulElite: Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon website refers to the ''JudgeParker'' cast as "The Pretty People Posse" who, in spite of doing virtually nothing (even by realistic serial-strip standards), routinely get huge sums of money dropped into their lap.
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* TheBeautifulElite: Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon website refers to the ''JudgeParker'' ''Judge Parker'' cast as "The Pretty People Posse" who, in spite of doing virtually nothing (even by realistic serial-strip standards), routinely get huge sums of money dropped into their lap.
20th Aug '15 3:44:42 PM Mdumas43073
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* ArtifactTitle: Judge Parker was phased out of the strip in the 1960s, though sometime after Wilson took over, he began having Alan Parker check in from time to time. A 2006 storyline featured the Judge retiring, while his son, Randy Parker, still a regular in the cast, won his seat on the bench. While Randy is not the ''main'' character, the title is at least accurate again.
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* ArtifactTitle: Judge Alan Parker was phased out of the strip in the 1960s, though sometime after Wilson took over, he began having Alan Parker the character check in from time to time. A 2006 storyline featured the Judge retiring, while his son, Randy Parker, still a regular in the cast, won his seat on the bench. While Randy is not the ''main'' character, the title is at least accurate again.
20th Aug '15 3:43:52 PM Mdumas43073
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* FanNickname: It's refered to by posters on Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon forums as ''Juggs Parker'', because just about every woman is drawn with large, perky breasts.
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* FanNickname: It's refered referred to by posters on Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon forums as ''Juggs Parker'', "''Juggs Parker''", because just about every woman female character is drawn with large, perky breasts.
20th Aug '15 3:42:42 PM Mdumas43073
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, '''''Judge Parker''''' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was essentially phased out of his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, '''''Judge Parker''''' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was essentially phased out of shifted OutOfFocus from his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.

* OutOfFocus: As noted above, Judge Parker himself stopped being the strip's focal point in the '60s.
20th Aug '15 3:41:38 PM Mdumas43073
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* OutOfFocus: As noted above, Judge Parker himself stopped being the strip's focal point in the '60s.
20th Aug '15 3:40:03 PM Mdumas43073
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, ''JudgeParker'' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was essentially phased out of his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, ''JudgeParker'' '''''Judge Parker''''' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was essentially phased out of his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.
5th Aug '15 10:32:05 AM TrustBen
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[Apartment3G three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, ''JudgeParker'' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was essentially phased out of his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.
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The [[ComicStrip/RexMorganMD second]] of the [[Apartment3G [[ComicStrip/ApartmentThreeG three]] soap opera strips created by Nicholas P. Dallis, ''JudgeParker'' first started running in 1952 and initially told the story of the titular judge, widower Alan Parker, his two children, Randy and Ann, and later, his new younger wife Katherine. The strips initial storylines revolved around the dashing young Parker's pursuit of criminals, but in the 1960s, Dallis felt the character had become too distinguished to be getting his hands dirty. To remedy this, he introduced up and coming attorney Sam Driver to do the exciting stuff and Judge Parker was essentially phased out of his own strip. Wealthy, self-absorbed heiress Abbey Spencer entered the strip to be Sam's girlfriend and eventually his wife. In the early 1990s, her character shifted to become more maternal when she adopted two orphan girls, Neddy and Sophie. The family lives on Spencer Farms, Abbey's horse ranch, with a maid, Marie, and the comic mostly revolves around their daily lives, be they related to law, teenage angst, or crazy exotic dancers and celebrity marriage counseling.
28th Jul '15 11:19:33 AM StFan
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* TheBeautifulElite: TheComicsCurmudgeon website refers to the ''JudgeParker'' cast as "The Pretty People Posse" who, in spite of doing virtually nothing (even by realistic serial-strip standards), routinely get huge sums of money dropped into their lap. * FanNickname: It's refered to by posters on the ComicsCurmudgeon forums as ''Juggs Parker,'' because just about every woman is drawn with large, perky breasts.
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* TheBeautifulElite: TheComicsCurmudgeon Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon website refers to the ''JudgeParker'' cast as "The Pretty People Posse" who, in spite of doing virtually nothing (even by realistic serial-strip standards), routinely get huge sums of money dropped into their lap. * FanNickname: It's refered to by posters on the ComicsCurmudgeon Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon forums as ''Juggs Parker,'' Parker'', because just about every woman is drawn with large, perky breasts.
2nd Sep '13 9:31:20 PM apeman33
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* FanNickname: It's refered to by posters on the ComicsCurmudgeon forums as ''Juggs Parker.'' because just about every woman is drawn with large, perky breasts.
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* FanNickname: It's refered to by posters on the ComicsCurmudgeon forums as ''Juggs Parker.'' Parker,'' because just about every woman is drawn with large, perky breasts.
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