Category: Reflection

December 7, 2016 /
December 4, 2016 /

In many comics the author provides the reader with everything needed to analyze the characters. Readers are comfortable being given all the pieces of the puzzle, while the author sits…

December 3, 2016 /

Chapter six of “Watchmen” contained many psychological themes, mostly due to Rorschach’s identity aligning with the Rorschach test. To a psychology major this chapter was especially interesting. In clinical psychology…

December 1, 2016 /

In a post entitled Sweet, Sweet Baby Blues, blogger Livesay discusses just what it is that makes this 26 year-old comic so lovable. The consensus, it seems, is that the strip…

November 26, 2016 /
November 25, 2016 /

I’m not a very good bowler. I have bowled at various points in my life, but was never really good at it. Growing up in Wisconsin, (home of the bowling…

September 27, 2016 /

While we read the Krazy Kat comics, I really enjoyed them. So, I figured I would take one of these comics and change some aspect of it. Here’s the strip…

September 25, 2016 /

Sunday mornings roll around and the first page that children (and teenagers) usually turn to is the Sunday comic page. Not only do these comics provide classic entertainment for the…

September 21, 2016 /

In September of 1930 Chic Young’s, Blondie was first published in newspapers. The storyline followed a beautiful socialite blonde and her rich boyfriend Dagwood. Three years after the comic was…

September 18, 2016 /