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Yahoo Groups Goes Private, Deletes Files

Oct 21, 2019 by D. D. Degg

“Attention: Starting December 14, 2019 Yahoo Groups will no longer host user created content on its sites. New content can no longer be uploaded after October 28, 2019. Sending/Receiving email functionality is not going away, you can continue to communicate via any email client with your group members. Learn More“ “Yahoo has made the decision […]

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Lalo Alcaraz Helps Nickelodeon Launch ‘The Casagrandes’

Oct 21, 2019 by Daily Cartoonist Staff

Nickelodeon has spun off “The Casagrandes” from their hit animated television series, “The Loud House.” The new series launched on October 14th and can be seen in regular rotation on the kids’ cable network. Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz is on the “Casagrandes” staff as a writer and a consulting producer. Lalo has also served on the […]

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CSotD: No faith to lose

Oct 21, 2019 by Mike Peterson

I always hesitate before using Mo because it only comes out once a week and you really should be giving it clicks yourself. Still, at a time when I feel like we should all be panicking, her muted disappointment in the world echoes my own.   By contrast, Jeff Stahler drops some for-real cynicism in […]

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Sid the Kid Makes the Senior Strippers List

Oct 20, 2019 by D. D. Degg

Sid Jacobson was born 90 years ago today, and so joins our Senior Strippers club. Sid, born October 20, 1929, is probably most famous for being a longtime editor, and sometime writer, for the Harvey comic book company. Sid has a claim on creating Richie Rich.   Though the Harvey kids are most recognizable, Sid […]

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Nancy and The Nib Nab Ringo Awards

Oct 20, 2019 by D. D. Degg

Last night The Ringo Awards were presented at the Baltimore Comic Con. Among the winners was Olivia Jaimes’ Nancy comic strip, and Matt Bors’ The Nib site.   BEST COMIC STRIP OR PANEL * Amazing Spider-Man, Stan Lee/Larry Lieber, King Features Syndicate * Bloom County, Berkeley Breathed, Andrews McMeel Universal * Doonesbury, Garry Trudeau, Andrews […]

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Charlie Brown’s 10 Saddest Quotes – Updated

Oct 20, 2019 by D. D. Degg

Original October 19 post:   Charles Schulz’ Peanuts is one of the most successful and critically acclaimed comic strips around and for good reason. Schulz didn’t just aim to make simple greeting card jokes but wrote sincerely out of issues and anxieties within his own life, such as his childhood issues in school, complications in […]

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CSotD: October Fools

Oct 20, 2019 by Mike Peterson

  We’ll start today with an “I told you so,” illustrated by Wiley Miller, because I had been telling people to get up here and look at the leaves by Columbus Day Weekend. It was a very good, not quite spectacular year, with a lot of color though a little bit muted. Dr. Johnson said […]

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Rusins Kaufmanis – RIP

Oct 19, 2019 by D. D. Degg

Editorial Cartoonist Rusins Kaufmanis has passed away. Rusins Kaufmanis March 27, 1925 – September 20, 2019 Globe and Mail cartoonist 1960 – ???? Ottawa Citizen editorial cartoonist 1963 – 1989 From the Ottawa Citizen obituary: He remained interested in politics, people, and especially humour to the very end. In his last week, when initially told […]

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9-Month-Old Andy Marlette Cartoon Has Big Revival

Oct 19, 2019 by D. D. Degg

Andy Marlette cartoon from January 2019: I don’t remember a lot of fuss over this when it first appeared. But now, going out on Barbara Streisand’s Twitter feed yesterday – Boy Howdy!   Renowned entertainer Barbra Streisand tweeted a gruesome cartoon on Saturday in an apparent attempt to express her displeasure with President Trump during […]

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Ted Rall’s Got A Brand New Gig

Oct 19, 2019 by D. D. Degg

So how is it that a politically potent art form has collapsed in the past few years to the point where perhaps two dozen full-time cartoonists work for US papers, as against hundreds a century ago? Simple, says Ted Rall, the country’s best-known “alternative” cartoonist: It was murdered. We think Ted Rall is right, which […]

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CSotD: Status Quid

Oct 19, 2019 by Mike Peterson

Alex neatly answers my usual “where to start” question because I should have pointed out this development when it started, which was Monday. Start there and catch up. I don’t know if it’s a complete game change for the strip, which is generally centered on Britain’s business community, but, then again, it hardly matters because […]

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Comic Strip Bon Mots and Who Knows

Oct 18, 2019 by D. D. Degg

If you’re not happy with Christmas in stores before Halloween… I’m used to cartoonists getting a week or two into January before pasting the correct copyright notice on those strips. And maybe even getting a bit of a jump by doing it early, say the last week of December. But I think Dana Summers is […]

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Drawing the RIGHT Way

Oct 18, 2019 by D. D. Degg

Gary Varvel was recently interviewed by a local radio station. He acknowledged the new world of editorial cartooning saying. “We’re going to have to adapt … You want to gain an audience, but you don’t just want to give stuff away.” Gary’s 15 minute WIBC radio interview with Tony Katz.   Yeah, as seen above, […]

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CSotD: Friday Funnies — Time and Timing

Oct 18, 2019 by Mike Peterson

Reply All brings up the concept of wasting time, and, naturally, the answer is to schedule it, making it a cousin of “Let’s do something spontaneous!” My friend Charley’s entire life was spontaneous, and it was exhilarating to be around him, though part of his nature was that he wasn’t around for long. But he’d […]

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L. A. Sentinel’s David G. Brown Profiled

Oct 17, 2019 by D. D. Degg

The artistic abilities of David G. Brown are displayed each week in the L.A. Sentinel through his graphic commentary on current events. His political cartoons on the Opinion page reveal Brown’s incredible skill of transforming pressing issues into amusing presentations.   David also uses his talents in other areas: Brown has excelled in other aspects […]

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