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So this anthology isn’t about the defining events of the last four decades. , a knuckleheaded college quarterback who presided over a huddle of talented but infantile subordinates. The strip, then called Bull Tales, was strictly a campus one-off, a coattail creation. It was inspired by a local phenom named Brian Dowling, who in real life was as smart and modest as his comic strip counterpart was obtuse and arrogant. ) There was no reason Dowling should have enjoyed his shabby portrayal in the strip, but it seems he did, adding to his aura of imperturbability.
The backstory is rarely worked out in advance, so I get to go on the same journey as the readers, preceding them by mere days, narrating over my shoulder: “Aha! ” None of which is to say that the old, established characters aren’t essential. Without them, Doonesbury would flap around, unfocused and flimsy. D. and Joanie and their long histories give the strip ballast, a sense of cumulative weight and purpose. When I return to them, it’s not out of laziness or habit—I’m simply reconnecting with my roots.
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