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St. Cloud Times Adds Dozens of Comics … Online

May 8, 2020 by D. D. Degg

It’s been quite a spring, and few of the events of the past two months have offered much reason to smile. Sometimes we all wish there was something – anything – to take our minds off of it all. We feel it too, and we hear you. Today, I’m happy to announce that the St. Cloud Times […]

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On Comics History

May 8, 2020 by D. D. Degg

飞艇前二复式James Herbert (1943–2013), one of the best-selling horror writers in the world, was a devoted admirer of Tufts’s work, and he claimed that there was no writer in the world who was better at action and staging a plot. Bill Blackbeard (1926–2011), a man known for preserving the treasures and history of newspaper comics, defending […]

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Billy Ireland Museum Looking for Help to Identify Anime Cels

飞艇前二复式May 8, 2020 by Daily Cartoonist Staff

Caitlin McGurk over at Ohio State’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum is asking for help to identify the source of some Anime cels in their collection. From the Ireland site: Anime fans, now’s your time to shine! Within our International Museum of Cartoon Art Collection, we have a number of unidentified cels and animation […]

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Washington Post Looking for Art Created During Pandemic

飞艇前二复式May 8, 2020 by Daily Cartoonist Staff

From the piece: “A lot of bad art is going to come out of this nightmare — including my own — and that’s okay,” Emmy-winning artist Dean Haspiel said a month ago, as more people were isolating and social distancing. His point was that artists should keep creating art — any art — in response to the […]

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CSotD: A Pause In Our Usual Schedule

May 8, 2020 by Mike Peterson

(We’ll do Friday Funnies on Saturday this week) (Scott Clissold) On this anniversary, we are engaged in a new struggle against the coronavirus which demands the same spirit of national endeavour that you exemplified 75 years ago. We cannot pay our tribute with the parades and street celebrations we enjoyed in the past; your loved […]

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Mary Von Egidy – RIP

飞艇前二复式May 7, 2020 by D. D. Degg

飞艇前二复式Artist Mary Von Egidy has passed away. Mary Frances (Mae) Von Egidy (née: Boyd) March 9, 1921 – April 22, 2020   From the obituary: She was a talented artist and worked for Alex Raymond in her younger years painting backgrounds for the Rip Kirby and Flash Gordon comic strips. Couldn’t find anything else about […]

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Andrews McMeel Comics Editor Shena Wolf Featured on ‘The Drawl’ Podcast

飞艇前二复式May 7, 2020 by Daily Cartoonist Staff

飞艇前二复式Comic book writer and artist Jason LaTour features Andrews McMeel Syndication’s Shena Wolf on the latest episode of his podcast “The Drawl.” Among the subjects covered, Jason and Shena talk about Phoebe and Her Unicorn, Wallace the Brave, Breaking Cat News, the new version of Nancy and racism in older comics. Jason’s bio from his […]

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For Red and Rover It Was 20 Years Ago Today

May 7, 2020 by D. D. Degg

Talk about living in the past. The Red and Rover comic strip by Brian Bassett began May 7 twenty years ago. Or maybe it was closer to fifty years ago. The first strip above establishes that cartoonist Brian is going through the past fondly with Red and Rover. The comic book Red buys off the […]

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Maria Scrivan Hits NYT Best-Seller List with Her YA Book Debut

飞艇前二复式May 7, 2020 by Daily Cartoonist Staff

飞艇前二复式“Half Full” cartoonist Maria Scrivan’s debut YA novel has hit the New York Times best-seller list. “Nat Enough”  (Graphix/Scholastic) breaks into the  “Graphic Books and Manga” list at No. 11 with the story of middle-schooler Natalie “Nat.” From the book’s amazon page: Natalie has never felt that she’s enough — athletic enough, stylish enough, or talented […]

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Should Comic Strips Mirror Reality?

飞艇前二复式May 7, 2020 by D. D. Degg

[O]n the funny pages of America’s newspapers … artists (and readers) wrestle with whether the comics should be an escape from the giant elephant in everyone’s living room, or a reflection of it. Reporter John Wilkens talks to some local comic strip cartoonists about the reality of the coronavirus: In the 35 years that Greg […]

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CSotD: Response Team

May 7, 2020 by Mike Peterson

So, since yesterday’s post, Dear Leader has changed directions, and the Task Force will no longer be disbanded at the end of this month and Dr. Fauci will be permitted to testify in front of Congress after all and Kevin Siers demonstrates how this flexibility has straightened things right out. It’s hard to comment on […]

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The Bizarre History of Garfield

飞艇前二复式May 6, 2020 by D. D. Degg

飞艇前二复式Garfield is a cultural institution at this point, enjoying a level of fame for a comic strip character previously bestowed only on the likes of Charlie Brown or Snoopy. He’s been part of the world for so long, and in such a steady, easily understandable form, that he even gets under people’s skin. But despite […]

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CSotD: Being closed, and being open

May 6, 2020 by Mike Peterson

Jeff Koterba sets the mood today as America sorta kinda opens up again, maybe.   This Patrick Chappatte cartoon was very well timed, because I didn’t feel like cooking last night and decided to toss a little money to my favorite Chinese restaurant. I didn’t intend to eat there; our restaurants are still closed except […]

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May 5th is National Cartoonist Day

飞艇前二复式May 5, 2020 by D. D. Degg

飞艇前二复式On May 5, 1895 the first color Hogan’s Alley appeared in The Sunday New York World. May 5th is now recognized as National Cartoonists Day. above from Ohio State University   above via John Wells   above: the EC Comics bullpen by Marie Severin   above by way of Allan Holtz’s Strippers Guide   above […]

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CSotD: What’s your point?

飞艇前二复式May 5, 2020 by Mike Peterson

飞艇前二复式Instead of pontificating for 1,000 words and ending with a video, I’m going to start with the video and then add the commentary. Matt Wuerker has been creating a series of videos on the topic of editorial cartooning, and this one is good, but struck several nerves. Check it out: Perhaps I should have said, […]

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