It's all in the rhythm
It's a relatively quiet day today considering one the three is almost fifty years old.
Agnes by Tony Cochran
Peanuts (1959 reprint) by Charles Schulz
Zits by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman
Does Agnes count?
I think so. Some time does need to pass for the joke to work, but regardless, the strip follows the same dull rhythm of a classic SPP.
Sally Forth, I'm not sure about. It goes silent-silent-punchline. But is the middle panel a useless space holder? I don't think so. Now I'm not saying this is brilliantly funny or anything, I'm just saying it's off the watch. Maybe