WUMO, was it?
Re: "Laugh riot," (PostBag, May 27).
In days of yore, Stars and Strips, as it was cleverly called then, carried those bastions of morality, Modesty Blaise and Judge Dredd, to counterbalance the antics of Andy Capp et al. Moreover, there was the late lamented Column Nine on the front page which elevated one's spirits after they had been assaulted by the latest trials and tribulations domestically and internationally, but it eventually ran afoul of the strictures of political correctness I suspect.
I don't have any issues with Insanity Streak, which, as its name implies, is a bit silly at times, but it has its moments and the artwork is good.
As I have bitterly commented in the past, it is the egregiously unfunny WUMO and its puerile artwork that puts my sense of humour into freefall every morning. Perhaps your correspondent mistakenly identified the wrong comic in his observation.