GATURRO: Your love turned me around.
JUDGE PARKER: This strip has a new story that started a week ago Monday (9/19), and the story looks interesting.
GATURRO: It’s 9/19, and we seem to be stuck on the 9/18 G. strip.
PHANTOM: The Sunday Phantom is alive and well! However, we are not so sure about the Weekday Phantom (see my comment in the “replies” here at GATURRO on Sept. 14. )
I am riveted by the current storyline, and cannot figure out whether I think it’s “real” or a Mozz prediction.
GATURRO: I like the mouse’s reactions.
CRANKSHAFT: I am enjoying this Valentine Theater story, with Cindy’s Hollywood hubby…and also with Lois in a crossover appearance https://comicskingdom.com/hi-and-lois
REX MORGAN: Today’s strip uses 10 panels to introduce us to a new story line.
GATURRO: In the last panel, Mr. Gordo is told the bad girl’s name and then he says that he understands everything. Templo asks if Malaika has a twin named Buenaika. I do not understand everything here. ???
THE PHANTOM: The current strip is riveting. Anyone who has ever read The Phantom strip should take a look. (Notice that young Kit, Heloise’s twin, is wearing the Phantom belt.)
GATURRO: Is G. going room to room and then in the last panel we see that the room with all the things he has broken in his life (so far) is the largest room in the house? (this is what I “get” with a rough translation)
THE PHANTOM: We are still in the Himalayas, and our Kit Walker’s son (also Kit) is going out of sight to visit he father’s gravesite. High Drama! (no pun intended)
GATURRO: It’s pretty bright outside, for the light from a just a crescent moon.
JUDGE PARKER: There it is, as I have long predicted would come about…Abbey Spencer is running for Mayor of Cavelton!
GATURRO: Soccer! Yea!! Interesting netting in the goal.
JUDGE PARKER: I have long predicted that Abbey will one day run for mayor in order to change her town for the better. Has the time come?
GATURRO: See Templo, above.
CRANKSHAFT: It looks like Cindy and her movie star husband (Mason Jarr) may buy the Valentine movie theater!
THE PHANTOM: Kit and Diana’s grown=up blond son wants to see his father’s grave. Oh my! And my question remains, will this be a real death (in this story) or will it turn out that the Phantom’s death isn’t “real,” but rather just a depiction of Old Man Mozz’s vision. (It’s quite odd to be talking about a comic being “real.”)