Young reader wants Zits, Baby Blues back on comics page

This decision to switch comics in The Herald has been very frustrating! I spent a lot of time reading comics, specifically Zits and Baby Blues. You took out the two favorites of nearly all readers of this paper, for B.C., Wizard of Id, Garfield and Tundra.

As a 10-year-old kid in Twin City, I love comics. I even draw them in inspiration of Zits. I’ve asked all my friends at school, and all of them that read the comics say they don’t like this decision either. Why don’t you put Id, B.C, or Tundra in the Sunday paper, and replace them with everybody’s favorites for the regular paper. Please just bring back Zits and Baby Blues.

Harris Rosenberg

5th Grade


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