The Herald is adding two comic strips to its comics page each day, and we want you to help us decide which to publish.
We’ve identified five of the most popular comic strips available, and you get to vote for two:
▪ Big Nate is about the rebellious Nate Wright and his sixth-grade classmates and teachers, drawn by Lincoln Pierce.
▪ The Grizzwells are a family of anthropomorphic bears, drawn by Bill Schorr.
▪ Heart of the City centers on a young girl named Heart Lamarr, drawn by Mark Tatulli.
▪ Pickles focuses on retired couple Earl and Opal Pickles, drawn by Brian Crane.
▪ Soup to Nutz tells the story of the Nutz family, including three children, drawn by Rick Stromoski.
You can vote one of two ways:
▪ Go to the comments section below and tell us which two you’d like to read every day in The Herald.
▪ Email your two choices to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write “comics vote” in the subject line.
Cast your ballot by noon Friday.