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Thursday Judge Parker made me nostalgic.


Nostalgic for those daily trips to Dagwood when Denis Lebrun was the blonde artist. Lebrun would occasionally use the middle panel to show the car doing a “Bullit Jump” while going over a hill.


Wednesday Sail by Michael Cavna give me an excuse (like I really need one)…

© Michael Cavna

to feature this NPR article on Charles Addams (ha! I thought it was Gorey, didn’t I).

[Kevin Miserocchi, Director of the Tee & Charles Addams Foundation] emphasizes that as a cartoonist, Addams’ goal was never to create fear, but to defuse it, infusing horror with a playfulness that appeals to even those who prefer daylight to darkness. witch hour. “The suggestion of blood, the suggestion of gore, the suggestion of torture is still there but his cartoons never showed it.” Subtly, yet powerfully subversive, The Addams Family left readers wondering if maybe these weirdos weren’t so weird after all… and we were weirder.

© B&G Foods


© M. Fry & T. Lewis

© Stephan Pastis

October 26 Over the limit and Pearls before pork sought knowledge from trusted sources.

preteen cartoonist

© Lily Wojtkowski

The Sarasota Observer spotlights a local cartoonist Lily Wojtkowskiall twelve years old!

“I fell in love with the concept of doing comics,” she said. “You are able to draw a story without writing any detail. It’s more interesting because you can watch the pictures if you don’t like to read a chapter book. They can be funny, they can be adventurous.

Lily Wojtkowski said drawing Pretzel was difficult because she wanted to make sure her character actually looked and acted like her pet.

Although she isn’t sure what career she would like to do, she does know that she wants to work with animals and continue to draw, perhaps combining the two and drawing the animals she would work with in her own life. work.

To like

© Liniers

I love the one from last saturday macanudo.
We will probably see him again for a Hey Kids! Comics! on your mind.

Last Monday’s vintage Johnny Hazard

© King Features Syndicate

reminded me lying on the living room floor on December 5, 1897
and read the latest Hogan’s Alley Sunday comics:


The 2022 World Series begins today.
From October 1960 – The World vs. Walt Kelly’s Pogo series.


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