» The Aaugh Blog has an interesting post on who draws (and doesn’t draw) the Peanuts characters that appear in merchandising.
» Who does this @#$@ think he is? Sure we all have lists of comics we don’t like, but comics favorites are so subjective, it’s hard for anyone to really argue who’s work is lame. But who am I to argue with a TV-radio critic? I’m sure he’s a closet comic genius.
» Seems to be a rash of cameos and cross-overs in the last couple of weeks. Richard Thompson finds out he was in last Sunday’s Lio.
» Mike Rhode’s blog reminds me that The Union of Concerned Scientists is running its annual editorial cartoon contest now.
» Rob Tornoe reports that Thomas Nast may not be deserving of the oft-cited claim that he was the originator of the iconic donkey to represent the Democratic party.
» Tom Racine’s Tall Talk Radio interviews webcomickers Dawn Griffin of Zorphbert and Fred and T.L. Collins Bullfinch.
» Paul Gilligan, creator of Pooch Cafe, posts his latest cartoon he did for MAD Magazine.
» Joe Blundo of the The Columbus Dispatch looks at soldiers in pop culture including Beetle Bailey and Bill Mauldin’s Willie and Joe
» David Reddick’s Legends of Bill signs with Blank Label Comics.