… at cidumay2004 at yahoo.com … please send me the comic’s URL rather than the comic itself if possible. E-mailed comics sometimes show up as .bmp files (no rhyme or reason behind it as far as I can tell) and when I convert them to .gif or .jpg files, sometimes those converted files look all fuzzy on WordPress (and sometimes not; again, it seems fairly random).
January 3, 2008
December 22, 2007
Sorry, I lost track of how many people sent me this as an Arlo Page candidate — and who pointed out that Johnny Hart was probably turning over in his grave.
December 2, 2007
Jim Moore submitted this one as a “trifecta”: Arlo Page material, a comic that made him laugh out loud, and one for the Ewww Files: (more…)
November 30, 2007
The November Comics That Made Me Laugh Out Loud collection will be online Friday, by the way.
November 27, 2007
November 25, 2007
Nicole suggested the Paul Combs as an Arlo candidate and the Heart of the City as a semi-Arlo, but I considered them both LOL material. (more…)
November 16, 2007
If it helps, the artist captioned this one (more or less) The Pains of Death.
And from this same strip, a Comic That Made Me Laugh Out Loud that also qualifies for the Arlo Page: (more…)
November 5, 2007
November 4, 2007
October 31, 2007
I received this simultaneously as both a CIDU and an Arlo Page candidate. The scene is analogous to guys watching a female jogger who is overly endowed and underly restrained. I personally never saw the aesthetic appeal of this sort of flopping about; but the women in question must believe they’re putting on a show much to be admired, because I imagine this has to be rather painful and I can’t think of any other reason.
All this being said, of course, the “slosh, slosh, slosh” in the first panel was a great sound effect.
Personally, I’m stumped by the mixed metaphor: Is there a significance to witches kissing frogs?
October 30, 2007
October 29, 2007
“SPOILER” WARNING: I believe somebody did nail this immediately, so you might want to avoid reading the comments section if you want to play along at home.
My own early guess, oddly enough, ties into this semi-Arlo strip Nicole sent me aout five minutes after I received Janice’s e-mail.
October 20, 2007
October 17, 2007
Of course to me it’s a CIDU because, you know, cats. I do have a feeling I’ll be suitably grossed out once all the cat people out there explain it to me.
October 15, 2007
Hiding this behind the special Arlo Page “More” button, just in case… (more…)
October 5, 2007
September 24, 2007
Well, I decided on a way to do a simple, password-free Arlo section (thanks for everybody’s suggestions), and all I needed was an appropriate (or inappropriate) comic to test it out with. Moments later, Monday’s Monty came online. (more…)
September 22, 2007
Today, Shoe got into the act — and let’s not discuss here what act I’m referring to. Or the artist was referring to. Or whatever.
And yesterday Heathcliff got into the act as well.
September 17, 2007
B.C. joins the Arlo Page. Johnny Hart must be turning over in his grave. As always, the password is the first name of Bill Clinton’s most well-known little bit on the side (don’t forget to capitalize the M).
September 15, 2007
By popular acclaim, Friday’s Get Fuzzy strip wins a spot on the Arlo Page. As always the page is password-protected for the protection of the young and the sensitive, and the password is the first name of Bill Clinton’s cigar-wielding girlfriend (don’t forget to capitalize the M).
September 12, 2007
- Today’s Dilbert ventures into both CIDU and Arlo territory, so it’s on the Arlo Page. As always, the password is the first name of Bill Clinton’s most well-known girlfriend, and don’t forget to capitalize the M.