Opus was a Sunday strip drawn by Berkeley Breathed for a period of circa five years from to Set in Bloom County, the strip documented the adventures of Breathed's popular character Opus the Penguin , parodying both pop culture and politics along the way. It was launched with much fanfare on November 23, , and was syndicated by Washington Post Writers Group. In early October the author declared he was terminating the strip because of his expectation that the United States is going to face tough times and his desire to depart from his most famous character "on a lighter note". Opus is the title character and protagonist of the strip. Though he returned to Antarctica at the end of Outland , Opus traveled back home to Bloom County, only to find that time has changed everything and everyone he once held dear.
End of the Opus comic strip: What was the animal shelter thing about?
Look out, Donald Trump! Bill the Cat, Opus the Penguin and the rest of the "Bloom County" crew have returned with plenty of political plunk, ready to entertain a new generation of fans. Reading the pull-out comics section of the Sunday newspaper was a favorite weekend tradition for my family.
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