In fact, newspaper comic strips have long taken on even controversial social issues, insists Amy Lago, comics editor at the Washington Post Writers Group, which syndicates such strips as Opus and Candorville. Now running as reruns, For Better or For Worse is still seen in over 2, newspapers  throughout Canada, the United States and about 20 other countries. Quebec comics. This is another example of media power gone wrong; where that power is used in an effort to reshape the public's opinion of the homosexual lifestyle. Youngest child April was born 11 years into the strip's run and was roughly 16 at the strip's conclusion. I hate to admit it, but in the end it simply comes down to paying the bills. The story goes that Connie adopts a dog to deal with her pre-empty-nest syndrome, and as Michael and Lawrence are talking about her desire for grandchildren, Lawrence mentions that he probably will not be giving her any, and then confesses that he's in a relationship, but with another young man.
She is better known as the creator of a popular, syndicated comic strip, "For Better or For Worse. Inshe became the first woman ever to win the Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year. About Logo Press. In the last panel of the strip's original run August 31,along with a caricature of herself at the drawing table, Lynn Johnston thanked everyone for supporting her and concluded with, "If I could do it all over again