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Which comic strip should The Tribune drop to make way for 'Wumo'?

Published October 14, 2013 1:00 pm

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The Salt Lake Tribune on Nov. 4 will unveil a new comic.

"Wumo," created by Danish comedy writer Mikael Wulff and illustrator Anders Morgenthaler, has rapidly gained popularity in Europe, and is being made available for the first time next month to English-language audiences.

We're confident the original and genuinely funny strip will be a hit.

To make room for it, though, we need to drop another strip.

That's where you come in.

We'd like you to weigh in.

We've identified some comic strips whose popularity is waning. A list is below. Which would you drop? Alternatively, is there another comic not listed that you think we should consider dropping?

You can express your opinion by calling 717-850-TRIB (8742). Leave a message. We'll factor reader input into our decision.

Comic strips we're considering dropping to make room for "Wumo" include:

"B.C."

"Brevity"

"Judge Parker"

"Mary Worth"

"Pirahna Club"