THERE’S a new way to unwind in The Border Mail from tomorrow.
A new comics and puzzles page will feature six comic strips instead of five.
Hagar the Horrible, Garfield and Phantom all stay; they you’ll see a return of Aussie favourite Ginger Meggs and newcomers, WuMo and Zits.
WuMo celebrates life’s absurdity, with artwork and irreverent humour created by writer Mikael Wulff and illustrator Anders Morgenthaler. It has grown to become one of the biggest and most popular strips in Europe.
Zits is a comic strip written by cartoonist Jerry Scott and illustrated by Jim Borgman about the life of Jeremy Duncan, a high school boy balancing the demands of family life, social life, school and his plans for the future.
Saturday also sees the launch of a redesigned giant crossword page in the Pulse liftout, which will be complemented by a 60-question quiz, featuring questions at three levels — easy one-pointers, not so easy three-pointers and tough five-point questions.
Both our daily comics and puzzles page, and our weekly giant crossword page will feature “same day solutions”, meaning you won’t have to wait 24 hours for the answers to your sudoku, crossword or jumble puzzle.
The final solutions for today’s puzzles on page 41 appear in the classifieds section.
The daily five-question quiz move from our opinion pages to our comics and puzzles page.
We hope you enjoy our new comics line-up and new ways to test your mind and word skills.
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