“He seemed to be trying to create something beyond his initial gag-a-day formula and I find it tough not to admire that.”
“Another Jenny-and-the-Wizard [is] included to blur the line between 'gag-a-day' comics and those with regular characters," Walch tells Comic Riffs.”
“Daniel has just started Chapter Two of the comic and plans to move from gag-a-day format to a longer, story-driven form.”
“I was, at that time convinced, that comics as a medium was a fine instructional tool and was capable of far more than the usual entertainment, gag-a-day stuff.”
“Writing a gag-a-day comic like Dilbert is probably ludicrously easy once you get into a rhythm, and the Boondocks - which is largely a reaction to whatever's in the news - is probably also easy.”
“In 1929, Smith took a character who was more important in the early days of the strip (back when it was more of a gag-a-day, and less of a soap opera), Mary Gold, and killed her off (after dragging her illness out for quite awhile).”
“Goats has really developed into a robust storytelling machine without sacrificing any of the wacky fun that came with its previous gag-a-day incanation.”
“This rousing Rip also touches on modern day heroes in the vein of Indiana Jones, James Bond, and Jason Bourne with a twist: gag-a-day humor.”
“Of course, this only applies if you draw a gag-a-day.”
“This can lead to less voracious readers, which might account for the comics that mix the gag-a-day with some kind of larger narrative movement.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘gag-a-day’.
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List of adjectives such as everduring that do not frequent common speech and writing. A continuation of my list Adjectival Arcana, which had grown to over 7700 words and had become far too cumbersome.
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