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Daily strips have long been mocked for being old-fashioned and appealing mostly to aging newspaper readers; the original Bloom County would often make fun of NancyBlondieand other legacy strips that go on long after their creators die. But in the s, a small group of young cartoonists made comic strips that were genuinely relevant. All of these strips ended early, because the creators burned out from the pressure of having to produce a strip every day.

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It's now called Bloom County Berkeley Breathed has brought back his popular comic strip "Bloom County" after having retired it 25 years ago at the height of its popularity. At the time, "Bloom County" was published in over 1, newspapers.

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Opus was a Sunday strip drawn by Berkeley Breathed for a period of five years, to In early October the author declared he was terminating the strip because of his expectation that the United States is going to face tough times and his desire to depart from his most famous character "on a lighter note". Opus is the title character and protagonist of the strip.

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Opus was a Sunday strip drawn by Berkeley Breathed for a period of five years, to In early October the author declared he was terminating the strip because of his expectation that the United States is going to face tough times and his desire to depart from his most famous character "on a lighter note". Opus is the title character and protagonist of the strip. Though he returned to Antarctica at the end of OutlandOpus traveled back home to Bloom County, only to find that time has changed everything and everyone he once held dear.

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Opus is back. The gentle, soul-searching penguin -- who became a worldwide icon in the seminal s comic strip " Bloom County" -- returns to the Sunday comics page today in the new weekly strip "Opus. Artist Berkeley Breathed, who drew Opus in "Bloom County" from '89 and the weekly strip "Outland" from '95, has declined to be interviewed about the debut of "Opus," but he has dropped hints in recent years that he was contemplating a return.

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Opus was a Sunday strip drawn by Berkeley Breathed for a period of five years, to Set in Bloom County, the strip documented the adventures of Breathed's popular character Opus the Penguin, parodying both pop culture and politics along the way. It was launched with much fanfare on November 23,and was syndicated by Washington Post Writers Group.

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Some comics fans are upset about the removal of several long-running strips from local papers to make room for Opus, including Mary Worth, Prince Valiant, Herman, Marvin, Ziggy, and other desperately unfunny strips. January 2, : The Opus comics are available in a new archive. April 6, : I got a cease and desist from the Washington Post, and was forced to remove the Opus archive.

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Opus the Penguin Opus T. Penguin is a fictional character created by artist Berkeley Breathed. Opus has appeared in several of Breathed's creations, most notably his s comic strip Bloom County. Breathed also included Opus in the sequel strip to Bloom CountyOutlandand later made him the star of his own self-titled strip.

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This Sunday marks the last day of Opus in the Sunday comics. He's not going on hiatus, as he did when the strip's author, Berkeley Breathedyanked Bloom County in Fans got lucky five years ago, when the beloved, bewildered and politically beleaguered penguin returned to star in his eponymous strip, along with some of the Bloom County cast.

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Opus was a Sunday strip drawn by Berkeley Breathed for a period of circa five years from to Set in Bloom County, the strip documented the adventures of Breathed's popular character Opus the Penguinparodying both pop culture and politics along the way. It was launched with much fanfare on November 23,and was syndicated by Washington Post Writers Group. In early October the author declared he was terminating the strip because of his expectation that the United States is going to face tough times and his desire to depart from his most famous character "on a lighter note".

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