Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notes: '3-G' may go, but 'Memories 2' is coming
I received a lot of comments about comics recently when we decided to try out a new panel in place of "Close to Home." While the response to "Bizarro" has been tepid, defenders of "3-G" have been, um, less than spirited.
"I would be happy not to overlook it each day," wrote one. "Boring," wrote another.
On the other hand, "For Better or Worse" fans are more numerous and a lot more passionate.
"How many things can a dog do?" he asked.
Thanks to everyone who took the time to share an opinion. The jury is still out on "Bizarro," but the apartment girls may be packing soon.
In case you missed yesterday's Sunday News, our second annual Readers' Choice contest has begun. The ballot was published yesterday and will run again in today's paper, Page C8. It is also online at www.UnionLeader.com/choice.
We also had a great response two years ago with "Manchester Memories." The book looked back at the city's early years and it shared photos that our readers had of ancestors or historic scenes.
Write to Joe McQuaid at Publisher@UnionLeader.com or on Twitter @Deucecrew.
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