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Editor Quits After Unauthorized Dean Yeagle Art

Jul 15, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  The current issue of the French magazine Blandice has a Dean Yeagle cover, unfortunately, due to a series of mistakes, Dean was neither credited nor paid for the art.   Tom Heintjes noticed it while traveling abroad and informed Dean. Dean, taking it in stride, wrote on Facebook:   Then Bleeding Cool picked it […]

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CSotD: A Coalition of the Willing

Jul 15, 2019 by Mike Peterson

Matt Wuerker ran this piece several days ago, but it continues not simply to be relevant but to increase in relevance. Never mind Epstein, at least for the moment, though I’d like to see his case sorted out: There is, apparently, an actual affidavit or piece of testimony or something quasi-legal that connects Trump to […]

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Bastille Day Sunday Funnies

Jul 14, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Some Sunday comics of note today, only one noting Bastille Day.     I like the nice Summer day look of Judge Parker but that dark last panel … Evil looms!     Whereas Macanudo’s Summer day in the woods just makes me smile.     More than smile, Buckles and Bound and Gagged […]

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CSotD: The Comic Weekly Man

Jul 14, 2019 by Mike Peterson

Start your Sunday, (Well, if “your” Sunday is August 6, 1950) with some donuts, orange juice and Puck, The Comic Weekly, a pre-printed selection of Sunday funnies distributed to papers across the country. Can’t read them to yourself? No problem! Just tune in your radio to “The Comic Weekly Man” and let him read them […]

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Never Was Comic Strips – Hagemeyer by Schulz

Jul 13, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Charles Schulz is Peanuts and Peanuts is Charles Schulz. But Schulz did a few more series than Peanuts. There was the Peanuts precursor Li’l Folks in the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Young Pillars mostly for the Church of God magazine Youth, the very early Just Keep Laughing.. for Topix Comics, a series of Saturday […]

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Garfield at 15,000

Jul 13, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Today’s Garfield gives a disguised nod to a milestone. Debuting 41 years and 25 days ago, the July 13, 2019 strip is Garfield’s 15,000th. If you have a spare hour or two read all 15,000 at the Garfield homepage or at GoComics.    

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CSotD: Finding your way; losing ours

Jul 13, 2019 by Mike Peterson

Stephen Collins on the perils of shopping in a strange supermarket, and thoughts on that topic could be a book, and an interesting one. I had the great good fortune to be a biz writer in a small city when a fourth grocery chain came in, and they were not only willing to talk to […]

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Sergio Aragonés Rejects the Idea of No More MAD

Jul 12, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Longtime MAD contributor Sergio Aragonés just can’t imagine a world without MAD. Aragonés sees MAD as a way of presenting people’s foibles and the world’s problems with humor. “Instead of crying, you laugh at it,” he said, suggesting the magazine’s influence has reached a swath of humanity that includes politicians lampooned in its pages. “They […]

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Perilous Times for Political Cartoonists

Jul 12, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Clay Jones’ cartoon yesterday was about the Social Media Summit and political cartoonists. Clay expanded on his thoughts, about the Executive Branch’s desire for what amounts to a state run media, in his column following the cartoon: Donald Trump is hosting a “social media summit” today at the White House. This morning, he tweeted, […]

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CSotD: Friday Funnies w/ a side order of truth

Jul 12, 2019 by Mike Peterson

The new Nancy is hardly the only strip featuring a rude, self-absorbed main character, but, at least so far, it goes beyond simply laughing at her rudeness. Confucius said, “In vain have I looked for a single man capable of seeing his own faults and bringing the charge home against himself,” and expanding the search […]

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Baldo Co-Creator Hector Cantu PBS Interview

Jul 11, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Hector Cantu writes the comic strip Baldo, the only nationally syndicated comic strip about a Latino family.     John Yang: Even more dramatic was the 2007 April Fool’s day strip. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers wrongly accuse Tia Carmen of being in the country illegally and take her away in handcuffs. Hector Cantu: […]

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CSotD: Privacy and Exposure

Jul 11, 2019 by Mike Peterson

Jimmy Margulies comments on the feds having tapped into state licensing bureaus to get all our biometric information. I’m not worried about being deported, because they can force you out of your country without making you move an inch. I feel like the guide in the old joke: “We’re not lost; we’re right here. The […]

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Editorial Cartoonist Dis-Invited to White House – updated

Jul 10, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  Editorial cartoonist Ben Garrison’s invitation to a White House Social Media Summit has been withdrawn. After news of the White House inviting Ben Garrison was made public, a backlash from all sides of the political spectrum erupted over the Administration asking an accused Anti-Semitic cartoonist to meet with the President. When news of the […]

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Ask a Portly Syndicate Person – New GoComics Entry

Jul 10, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  GoComics has high hopes for its newest feature. Currently online-only, Ask A Portly Syndicate Person will, no doubt, soon be syndicated to thousands of newspapers and church bulletins around the world, and quickly shame the circulation numbers of Garfield, Blondie, and Peanuts. This will feature is expected to reach the pinochle of success.   […]

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Daily Comics in B&W!!?? Paper Apologizes

Jul 10, 2019 by D. D. Degg

  A sure sign of the Apocalypse. The Orlando Sentinel published black-and-white comics Wednesday morning. I wish I had a simple explanation for why our comics appeared in black and white today. The simple answer is it was a mistake. The complicated one that that the page was set “as full color enhanced black, meaning […]

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