The Sunday Funnies (3/21/10)




This week’s Hi and Lois (3/18/10) by Brian Walker, Greg Walker and Chance Browne; B.C. (3/16/10) by Mason Mastroianni; Realty Check (3/17/10) by Dave Whammond; and Close To Home (3/18/10) by John McPherson.

(Thanks, Jim Lahue, Uncle Wayne and Chris Cook)


  • mick

    Is it just me or are the last two neither funny nor drawn well???

  • i_beg_to_disagree

    I disagree. *None* of them are funny.

  • mick

    aye but not all are badly drawn

  • http://bakertoons.blogspot.com/ Charles Brubaker

    Is this the first time “B.C.” did a Flintstones joke?

  • http://drgrantz.deviantart.com/ revned

    Those last two (quote-unquote) comics make my head hurt for all sorts of reasons.

  • Rooniman

    The only one I liked was the B.C. one, even though that one wasn’t funny.

  • http://kirbydream.com/ Leirin

    Hmm. Not the best comics roundup but I do like the way the first and last are drawn, punch me if you will.

  • Steve
  • http://elblogderg.blogspot.com Roberto

    In Spain we are not familiar with Hi and Lois, but I think it’s a pretty innocent strip, so I guess the gag is just that the kid thinks Spongebob is more for grown ups than Pooh is.

    I guess there’s not allusion to the Spongebob being gay controversy, cause that would make the gag funnier.

  • http://www.facebook.com Pixar Fan 2010

    The B.C. one was hilarious. I think Phineas and Ferb is more for grown ups than Spongebob and Pooh are.