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CSotD: One week more before the storm

Oct 27, 2020 by Mike Peterson

Next Tuesday, it will all be over but the shouting. And the recounting. Expect both. Clay Jones (Ind) expresses the weariness I think most people are feeling at this point, perhaps because Dear Leader began running for re-election about five minutes after taking the oath of office.   As Ann Telnaes (Washington Post) notes, everything […]

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John Glynn and Andrews McMeel Part Ways

Oct 26, 2020 by D. D. Degg

  Andrews McMeel Universal has released the following statement: After a 20 year career, John Glynn is leaving Andrews McMeel Universal. Effective October 21, John will no longer serve as editor for The Daily Cartoonist and his feature on GoComics, Ask a Portly Syndicate Person, will be ending. We thank John for his many contributions. […]

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Notes on Some Syndicated Comics

Oct 26, 2020 by D. D. Degg

Dethany is On The Fastrack to get married this week as she begins her walk down the aisle today. Dethany and On the Fastrack © King Features Syndicate Which one did the readers choose for her wedding gown?   It seems Thatababy is celebrating a long Halloween night (since last Thursday). Thatababy © Paul Trap, […]

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These Days – Stan Mack’s New Comic Panel

Oct 26, 2020 by D. D. Degg

The Santa Barbara Independent has announced that famed cartoonist Stan Mack is now contributing a “new occasional feature” called These Days to the alternative weekly: These Days, the new occasional feature that Mack has begun contributing to the Independent, pushes off from the overheard street scenes of Manhattan into the bewildering, often isolated, always borderline […]

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Trina Robbins Art Stolen

Oct 26, 2020 by D. D. Degg

Trina Robbins is asking for people to keep an eye out for stolen art: Dear friends, I need your help! Back before the lockdown, I loaned 5 pieces of my original comic art from the 70s for a planned exhibit at Sacramento State college. Then along came the lockdown and the exhibit never happened. In […]

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CSotD: Trump moves well, but too late

Oct 26, 2020 by Mike Peterson

Chris Riddell (The Guardian) lays down the reality facing Donald Trump, though it also explains in part why Republicans will no doubt put in an extra effort to find flaws in mail-in ballots in order to exclude them.   Which brings to mind this David Horsey (Seattle Times) cartoon from the hanging chad debacle in […]

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I Remember Momma

Oct 26, 2020 by D. D. Degg

On the morning of October 26, 1970 The Miami Herald carried the debut of Doonesbury. On that same date crosstown rival, and JOA partner, the evening Miami News was one of the papers that introduced the world to Mell Lazarus’ Momma. Momma © Mell Lazarus Like the daily Doonesbury Momma went reruns in the 2010s, […]

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Doonesbury at 50

Oct 25, 2020 by D. D. Degg

It was October 1970 and a few newspapers were willing to take a chance on a new comic strip about college life from a recent college graduate.         Doonesbury and all supporting characters © G. B. Trudeau On October 26, 1970 college students Mike and BD made their national debut in the Doonesbury comic […]

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CSotD: Sunday Funnies, ’cause so little is

Oct 25, 2020 by Mike Peterson

Perhaps it seems this way from the far shores of Australia, but I don’t think many US cartoonists are echoing Alan Moir (Sidney Morning Herald)‘s view. From the beginning, Trump has offered far too much for the opposition and far too little for the loyalists, leaving a very thin slice in which to be thoughtful. […]

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The Comic Strip Week That Was

Oct 24, 2020 by D. D. Degg

  Bound and Gagged © Tribune Content Agency; Break of Day © Nate Fakes Bound and Gagged was followed by Break of Day in today’s (October 24) feed. I guess, as we get closer to Halloween, this sort juxtaposition is to be expected. As is the Dick Tracy and Thatababy guest spots this month.    […]

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Cartoonists on Parade

Oct 24, 2020 by D. D. Degg

Hitpig © Aniventure Hitpig Limited Berkeley Breathed‘s newest project moves closer to production. Animation Magazine: Aniventure has revealed the voice cast for its new animated feature, HITPIG!, along with a first look at the Berkeley Breathed project’s concept art and details of the porky plot… Set in a futuristic cyberpunk world, HITPIG! is a riotous […]

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CSotD: Whole lot of shakin’ up goin’ on

Oct 24, 2020 by Mike Peterson

Robert Ariail (AMS) has it right: The Republicans are beginning to admit to themselves that Trump is highly unlikely to survive on Nov. 3. And the photos on the windowsill are a nice touch, because Dear Leader has always been more concerned with Dear Leader than anyone else, but we knew that, and, more to […]

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B.C., Wiz of Id, C-Kennel – Letters at JHS

Oct 23, 2020 by D. D. Degg

Back in August there was a startling change in Dogs of C-Kennel comic strip art.   above: Saturday August 8, 2020 (left); Monday August 10, 2020 (right) After seven weeks the switch from hand lettering to digital became more tolerable when cartoonists Mick and Mason and Perri shortened the tall lettering font to a more […]

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CSotD: Friday Funnies – Of Time and the River and Garlic Bread

Oct 23, 2020 by Mike Peterson

Lead time can be as amusing as the comics themselves, and however long ago she filed this Half-Full (AMC),  Maria Scrivan — one of the nicest cartoonists in the world — makes an inadvertent Jeffery Toobin joke. I have some sympathy for Toobin, because I often just restart my phone to get some persistent app […]

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Wham! by Maria Gnoza and Rachel Yaros

Oct 22, 2020 by D. D. Degg

A new newspaper comic strip has hit the stands. WHAM! Comics is by Maria Gnoza and Rachel Yaros and is now appearing in the monthly alternative Kansas City paper The Pitch.There are still questions we have about the strip:Is WHAM! Comics the official title of the strip?Did it first appear in the October 2020 issue […]

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