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The 1960s Comic Strips

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Cartoonist(s): Kieran Meehan
Comic/Cartoon: Pros & Cons
Viewable Date: 2014-08-14 Pub. Date: 2014-08-14
Image Number: 114687
Caption: Being hippies, mom and dad rebelled against everything their parents stood for. I, in turn, rebelled against everything mom and dad stood for. How sad. It's not that bad. I get along with my grandparents.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Kieran Meehan
Comic/Cartoon: Pros & Cons
Viewable Date: 2014-08-13 Pub. Date: 2014-08-13
Image Number: 114686
Caption: You never talk about your parents, Samuel. They were hippies. To them I'm part of the establishment. A functionary of a corrupt judicial system. Their only consolation is, I'm not very happy.
     
3.  
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Rudy Park
Viewable Date: 2014-07-18 Pub. Date: 2014-07-18
Image Number: 113805
Caption: Rudy has asked me to apologize, on his behalf, for your being offended that he may have said you're as old as the supercontinent "Pangea." What kind of weasely apology is that?! He didn’t apologize for saying it! He only apologized that I took offense! That's the same thing as saying "It's too bad you're such an over-sensitive ninny." It's not an apology, it's an insult! And I should know, I created that "apology" back in 1960, when Khrushchev threw a fit over a pebble I may have placed in his shoe.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Signe Wilkinson
Comic/Cartoon: Family Tree
Viewable Date: 2014-06-23 Pub. Date: 2009-10-11
Image Number: 39020
Caption: What was Woodstock, anyway? You don’t know? It's been all over the news for months. Yeah. I switch over to something decent as soon as I hear it. I was too young for Woodstock. Mercifully, I was too old. I was way too young! Why do we hear so much about it? Because everyone there ... got jobs at NPR. NP what?
     
5.  
Cartoonist(s): Jim Borgman
Jerry Scott
Comic/Cartoon: Zits
Viewable Date: 2014-05-07 Pub. Date: 2014-05-07
Image Number: 110834
Caption: Sometimes I feel like blowing off everything and living a more natural life. No school! No job! Just driving around in my van and posting it all on Instagram! Peace, love and Wi-Fi, baby.
     
6.  
Cartoonist(s): John Deering
Comic/Cartoon: Strange Brew
Viewable Date: 2014-02-24 Pub. Date: 2014-02-24
Image Number: 108070
Caption: Bailiff … Remind the courtroom artist that objective realism made a comeback in the late 1960s.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2014-02-23 Pub. Date: 2014-02-23
Image Number: 107347
Caption: Morrie Turner. Father of diversity on the comics page. Soul Corner. In 1965, Morris "Morrie" Turner became the father of diversity on the comics page when he launched "Wee Pals" … The first syndicated strip featuring black, white, Latino and Asian characters. Morrie became an instrumental part of the civil rights movement after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when over 100 papers added his message of racial harmony to their comics pages. Every Sunday in Wee Pals "Soul Corner," Morrie celebrated African-American historical figures that the history books usually ignored. Proving to little kids everywhere that now matter what we look like, we could grow up to be doctors, scientists, academicians, leaders ... and cartoonists. 1923 - 2014. Morrie Turner.
     
8.  
Cartoonist(s): Steve Kelley
Jeff Parker
Comic/Cartoon: Dustin
Viewable Date: 2014-02-19 Pub. Date: 2014-02-19
Image Number: 107422
Caption: I wonder what would be considered the very first Smartphone ever. Don Adam's shoe. Wait … what? Who? I love making pop culture references that they have to Google …
     
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Cartoonist(s): Hilary Price
Comic/Cartoon: Rhymes with Orange
Viewable Date: 2014-02-16 Pub. Date: 2014-02-16
Image Number: 107276
Caption: MOORE'S LAW. In 1965, Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, predicted computer processing power would double every two years. I t has.* But in practical terms, Moore forgot to subtract the constant C, which slows processing speed … Processing Power In Future Years = Processing Power This Year x 2 Number Of Years (divided by) 2 (squared) - C. *Now it doubles every 1.5 years. Meet the constant C. OFF!
     
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Cartoonist(s): Dan Piraro
Comic/Cartoon: Bizarro
Viewable Date: 2014-02-02 Pub. Date: 2014-02-02
Image Number: 106491
Caption: 100 Years of Men's Trousers. 1940. 1965. 2000. 2025. 2040.
     
11.  
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves
Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2013-12-01 Pub. Date: 2013-12-01
Image Number: 105023
Caption: Frank and Ernie's Classic Cars. '40s - '50s - '60s. Hi! Do you have any cars with fins in the back? Sorry, sir, nothing with Fins in the back -- but there are a couple with Norwegians in the trunk!
     
12.  
Cartoonist(s): Mike Lester
Comic/Cartoon: Mike du Jour
Viewable Date: 2013-09-18 Pub. Date: 2013-09-18
Image Number: 101513
Caption: I'm afraid your grocery cart suffered a traumatic event. But with a strict regimen of acupuncture, aromatherapy and meditation, it should recover fully … It's nice to see Whole Foods is keeping the '60s alive …
     
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Cartoonist(s): John Deering
Comic/Cartoon: Strange Brew
Viewable Date: 2013-07-13 Pub. Date: 2013-07-13
Image Number: 99133
Caption: Captain … They said no texting and driving. This is 1967. The texting part hasn't been thought of yet.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2013-07-03 Pub. Date: 2013-07-03
Image Number: 98734
Caption: I'm glad the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act. Wheeze wheeze. Stealing Democracy. Since the Voting Rights Act passed in 1965, things have gotten so much better. Wheeze. Nobody stops blacks from voting, and when they try the courts stop them. Wheeze wheeze. We don't need it any more than I need that inhaler that completely cured my asthma. Wheeze.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2013-07-01 Pub. Date: 2013-07-01
Image Number: 98732
Caption: IN a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that racism is over. In a related ruling they've gutted the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Apparently fifty years of making it harder for former Jim Crow states to prevent minorities from voting seems to have done the trick. What was that, Chad? Oh ... My bad ... The court ruled that NOTICING racism is over. The court has left the NOTICING of noticing racism intact.
     
16.  
Cartoonist(s): Rick Kirkman
Jerry Scott
Comic/Cartoon: Baby Blues
Viewable Date: 2013-06-09 Pub. Date: 2013-06-09
Image Number: 97378
Caption: Is that one, mom? No. How about over there? Nope. That think looks cool … But it's not one, either. Sigh. Sigh. Sigh. We went to three parks and still couldn’t find a teeter-totter! Did you look on the 1960s?
     
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Cartoonist(s): Jim Borgman
Jerry Scott
Comic/Cartoon: Zits
Viewable Date: 2013-04-11 Pub. Date: 2013-04-11
Image Number: 95374
Caption: Hey Jeremy! Check this out. Whoa. Talk about a throwback! Old clothes. And the vest looks old, too.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Jim Borgman
Jerry Scott
Comic/Cartoon: Zits
Viewable Date: 2013-03-10 Pub. Date: 2013-03-10
Image Number: 93983
Caption: I wish there was an app for time travel. Yeah, that would be kind of cool. I'd go back to 1964 and see the Beatles live. I'd go back to 1932 and watch the world series. I'd go back to one minute ago and not accidentally send that last text to my mom instead of Sara. Sucks to be you.
     
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Cartoonist(s): Mike Peters
Comic/Cartoon: Mother Goose and Grimm
Viewable Date: 2013-01-17 Pub. Date: 2013-01-17
Image Number: 92495
Caption: What are you watching? It's a PBS documentary about the 1960's and the black leader Malcolm X. He was steering a course between Stokley Carmichael's militancy and Martin Luther King's passive resistance. It's called "Malcolm in the Middle."
     
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Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2013-01-09 Pub. Date: 2013-01-09
Image Number: 91985
Caption: Thanks for watching Lionel for me so I can work, Clyde. Yeh, he a cool little dude. I watched the whole Gilligan's Island marathon and Lionel didn't bother me once. He quiet. He don't make no mess. In fact, it's almost like he wasn't here at all. That's cause I haven't dropped him off with you yet. Whatever.
     
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