» “Where the sidewalk Ends” author, cartoonist, poet Shel Silverstein has a limited engagement at the Raven theater February 5-28th in Chicago. The show is adult only and is described as “as zany, pointed, and poignant but significantly more perverse than his beloved childhood tales and poems.”
» Speedbump creator Dave Coverly is profiled again, this time in the Times Union.
» R. Crumb has an exhibit called “R. Crumb’s Underground” at Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s Stephen D. Paine Gallery through March 7.
» Johnny Hart’s grandson’s collaborative comic strip The Dogs of C Kennel can now be found on the John Hart Studio’s web site. The strip was created by Mick Mastroianni and is illustrated by B.C. artist, Mason Mastroianni.
» Cartoonist Arthur Szyk was called a “one-man army” by Eleanor Roosevelt. A long forgotten cartoonist, his work is now on display at the Holocaust Museum in Houston which hosts an exhibit of some 100 of his work.