Bruno is an ambitious undertaking. From 1996-2007, Baldwin posted six strips a week detailing the life of his freespirited -- but often depressed -- young heroine. You can try to binge on eleven years of archives (believe me, I've tried), or you can enjoy it at the much more manageable rate of one strip per day. Baldwin has decided to rerun Bruno starting this week. Add it to your daily webcomic clicks or your RSS reader today.
Although I've never read Bruno in it's entirety (I think I'm missing a couple of years somewhere in the middle of its run), I've always found it compelling. The titular nomad can be a frustrating character; she's dour and cynical and often behaves as if she alone holds the answers to all of life's questions. And she never seems quite as charming as the strip's other characters suggest she is. Still, she feels real enough that watching her feels almost voyeuristic, and she encounters some pretty interesting personages in her travels.
Also rerunning is Baldwin's Little Dee, his much-acclaimed comic about a non-verbal child reared by talking animals. Another one for the bookmarks.