I love how Tommie and Lu Ann swapped outfits during this conversation. What's up with that?
OK, Eric, explain. Details, please. How did you survive the avalanche? What do you mean by "losing yourself"? Amnesia? Mid-life crisis? Exploring a vocation as a Tibetan nun? Do you want the gallery back? Why are we sticking with this comic strip? EXPLAIN!!
Hmm, the plot is actually starting to form itself into a plot with actual events, real thoughts, and a logical progression. To answer fauxprof's question, I read this strip for the wackiness. The weirder, the better, and A3G is definitely the weirdest soap opera strip, hands down! (Mary Worth, however, is VERY interesting lately. Be sure to check it out!)
I just started to go back in time, reading strips from 2007. Wanted to point out that the problem of characters' hair color changing from day to day to day was going on even then. Eric would have black hair, blonde, red. In one Comics Curmudgeon post, Josh jokes that Eric will have white hair by the end of the year, as Margo was sucking out his life force.
SUNDAYOK, A3G fans, in case you didn't notice in the day-to-day progression of the strip, today's summary strip makes it completely clear that Tommie changes her clothes *during* the conversation, plus, Sunday's strip adds the exciting new factor that everyone involved goes from *inside* apartment 3-G to *outside* on the streets of Manhattan, then to a blank background, and then, seemingly, back *inside* again. Whew! My head is spinning! My world has been rocked!
DWET makes an excellent point about today's vertigo-inducing Sunday Summary. Is it possible that poor Frank took a well deserved retirement, and some underpaid intern is putting the strip together from clip art?
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