Category Archives: Comics

News flash! Immigration policy targets classic rockers!

As always, Stephan Pastis, creator of my favorite comic strip, “Pearls Before Swine” gives us a wry comment on classic rock. But does this mean that foreign governments will move to keep out Boston, Kansas, Chicago and even…America¬†and their music … Continue reading

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The Sunday Funnies Rock

One of my favorite comic strips is Stephen Pastis’ Pearls Before Swine. His “Rat” is one of comics’ most inappropriate, bitter, and hilarious characters. His strips sometimes have elaborate puns, but this one has a classic rock theme. Find out … Continue reading

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A Classic Rock Happy Father’s Day!

It is every generation’s right to detest the music of their parents and…then later…detest the music of their children even more! However, more than any other genre, classic rock seems to bridge this sonic divide. And no group is a … Continue reading

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Classic Rock in the Comics: Jerry Garcia’s Heavenly Journey

Scott Hilburn’s hilarious “The Argyle Sweater” comic often has classic rock references. Here’s a recent good one. Find out more at http://www.theargylesweater.com

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