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17 Jan 2019
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The government shutdown is on the mind of most of the weekly Independent comic page's esteemed cartoonists this week, as This Modern World looks at life in the Stupidverse during the shutdown, while Jen Sorensen ponders Trump's actions, and Apoca Clips asks Li'l Trumpy his thoughts about this "greatest" shutdown. Meanwhile, (Th)ink posits that Alabama was the real winner of the college football championship, given recent events, while Aquaman (sort of) (not really) makes a guest appearance in Red Meat.

10 Jan 2019
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On this week's rich and creamy weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World informs us that Donald J. Trump, detective-in-chief, is on the border-wall case; Jen Sorensen ponders the use of the word "unlikable" regarding women in politics; (Th)ink examines the other presidents Trump has spoken to regarding the border wall; Red Meat makes a disconcerting trip to a toy store; and Apoca Clips watches as Li'l Trumpy goes on a blindfolded journey with Sarah and Rudy.

03 Jan 2019
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On this week's first 2019 weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles teaches a lesson about systemic racism; This Modern World gets all regulatory; Jen Sorenson sighs at corporate waste; Red Meat ponders a gym membership; and Apoca Clips looks for a dictionary for Li'l Trumpy.

27 Dec 2018
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On this week's 2018-concluding weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips finds out what Li'l Trumpy wants for Christmas; Red Meat has a concerning visit to the doctor; This Modern World turns the tables to look at you, dear reader; Jen Sorenson ponders the influence of old grandpas; and The K Chronicles extols the wonders of small-town living.

20 Dec 2018
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On this week's sentenced-to-prison weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen does some modern American holiday shopping; The K Chronicles goes to a wedding and celebrates more of life's little victories; This Modern World probes some disturbing conspiracy theories; Red Meat has some problems sleeping; and Apoca Clips tries to protect works of satire before it's too late.