Back in business
SPPs from both ends of the political comic strip spectrum:
Boondocks by McGruder's workshop
Prickly City by Scott Stantis
Candorville by Darrin Bell
Prickly City will always be known as the conservative comic strip that is not Mallard Fillmore. Up until a couple of years ago, I had only spotted Mallard Fillmore occasionally while traveling. It was the province of backwater regional papers or crappy secondary papers like the Washington Times. Then the L.A. Times, I guess trying to balance out the politics on the comics page, picked it up. Now I waste time on it everyday. The thing about it is it's not even a comic strip. It's just a rectangle with a few sentences of random conservative cliches with a picture of a duck in the corner. At least Prickly City tries to be a comic strip first.
Oh, and 9 Chickweed Lane gets special notice today. Not just one panel of silent reaction, but two.