A comic strip that disappeared and came back

The comic strip Gil by Norm Feuti was brilliant — it was the successor to Calvin and Hobbes. It appeared in some newspapers for a while and it appeared online for a while. I mentioned it before here. It disappeared but is now back on a different website. You can find it here:

Gil Comic Strip

It’s still hilarious. Here are a couple I particularly enjoy:

Reflections in the Pool — not funny but a good lesson

Cyborg Wookie Jedi — I love the phrase “rife with logistical challenges”

As far as I know, this is the best comic strip currently being produced. I now have hope that all the Gil strips will be collected in a book.

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2 Responses to “A comic strip that disappeared and came back”

  1. James Says:

    Gil is back???? That’s awesome news, thanks so much for finding this!

  2. James Says:

    I think I like this one best:

    http://www.normfeuticartoons.com/blog/gil-824-night-security/

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