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Today’s Strip About Trains

It is a cartoonist’s worst fear that a strip he or she drew and passed in five weeks ago will no longer be funny in light of a terrible event.  That was my experience today.  I was so saddened to learn about the recent fatal Amtrak crash in Philadelphia, and got a pit in my stomach when I opened today’s paper to find my strip about trains on the comics page.

My sincerest apologies.

ALL The Strips Are Now Tagged And Searchable!

Screen Shot 2015-05-14 at 12.33.49 PMHave a fave?  You can find it.

ANY strip you want to see is searchable with keywords on, all the way back to the cringe-worthy drawings of 1995!

So browse to your heart’s content!

This also means it’s a heck of a lot easier to get a mug or a t-shirt or a print with your favorite strip on it.  There’s a both a “Buy This Print” button and a “Buy Stuff” button right above each strip.

Here’s what a framed print looks like:

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Here’s an example of what’s in the Buy Stuff store:

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Not all the search keywords are perfect, so try different words if you can’t find what you are looking for.  And let me know if we need to add some keywords we missed!

I am SO excited about this.  When people used to write and say, “Can you find this strip?”, it meant going through pages and pages of paper with no guarantee that I could find it.

Then I tried to crowd source getting the strips tagged, but the coding to make it work was flawed.  Still, thanks so all those folks who helped tag at my ill-fated tagging party.  You rock.

And world wide web, you rock too.

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