I read the Observer's comics page. If I don't get to the comics in the morning, I read them later. There are certain comics I require, among them Pearls Before Swine (the best), Dilbert, Peanuts and Get Fuzzy, and to a lesser extent Doonesbury, Frazz and For Better Or For Worse,
And F Minus. F Minus is so outrageous and unconventional it always has a chance to make me laugh out loud.
No more. F Minus is gone. It was jettisoned, put on waivers, cut, banished and kicked out. Replacing it is Dustin. I have no idea if Dustin is any good. But Rex Morgan, Judge Parker, Hagar the Horrible, Family Circus, Garfield, Beetle Bailey and Dennis the Menace are not. Cut them.
Or cut Cathy. If all I knew about women was what I read in Cathy, I'd spend my life writing on message boards and calling radio talk shows because I would never get a date.
F Minus is original and daring. These are qualities any comics page, or newspaper, should seek.