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Clay Jones Editorial Comic Strip (on YouTube)

As Clay Jones says: It’s not one of his animations, It’s not one of his “watch me draw” videos, It’s not one of his print cartoons, No, it’s not any of the things we are used to enjoying from Clay. Clay sez: Check out my very first political cartoon video. It’s not a print cartoon, […]

Posted on: Mar 31, 2020,  Section: AAEC-feed, Cartooning, Comic strips, Editorial cartooning, video, Comments: 0 Comments

Flash Gordon Original Art Almost Half Million $$

The combined price for the original art making up the first Flash Gordon/Jungle Jim page of January 7, 1934 sold for over a half million dollars today at Profiles in History. The original art of the first Flash Gordon strip by Alex Raymond sold for $480,000, a record for original comic strip art. The original […]

Posted on: Mar 31, 2020,  Section: Auctions, Comic history, Comic strips, Comments: 0 Comments

‘Three Word Answer’ Q&A with Mark Tatulli

This is the debut of a possibly recurring feature called “Three Word Answer” on The Daily Cartoonist where we’ll ask a cartoonist 20 questions. They’re instructed to answer each of the questions in three words (or fewer). Of the 20 questions, the cartoonist may chose three questions (of the 20 total) to elaborate on with […]

Posted on: Mar 31, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Comments: 2 Comments

CSotD: Cartoonists catch up

There are many things that Dear Leader can’t seem to understand, and Jimmy Margulies captures two of them here: One is that Trump genuinely has no sense of empathy. It’s not that he ignores or downplays the suffering of others. He genuinely does not get it. So he can cheerfully toss paper towels to people […]

Posted on: Mar 31, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Editorial cartooning, Comments: 3 Comments

The Cartoonists Have Won

“Thirty years of avoiding other human beings . . . validated!” Read Chris Ware‘s comic strip in The New Yorker. Also: Chris Ware talks about his April 6, 2020 New Yorker COVID-19 cover.    

Posted on: Mar 30, 2020,  Section: Cartooning, Comic strips, Magazines, Comments: 0 Comments

Cartoonists Contributing to Comics Kingdom Blog

Not to minimize the efforts of Edgar, who has been doing an excellent job of regularly updating the Comics Kingdom Blog, but it is exciting (to me) that beginning last week King Features Syndicate cartoonists have joined Edgar in posting to the blog. Brian Walker, Alex Hallatt, Wayno, Rino Piccolo, Jim Keefe, Bill Bettwy, John […]

Posted on: Mar 30, 2020,  Section: Blogs, Comic strips, King Features, Comments: 1 Comment

Matt Wuerker to Open Virtual-Cartooning Workshop to Public

Per the Washingtonian, Politico and Andrews McMeel editorial cartoonist Matt Weurker is hosting a virtual cartooning class for kids on Wednesday April 1st. From the piece: If you’d like to take part in the 30-minute session, Wuerker advises having ten sheets of copier paper and a pen handy. “If you’re a real coward, you can […]

Posted on: Mar 30, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Comments: 0 Comments

Nominated for The Sweetest Comic Strip of All Time – and a plea to Wiley (fulfilled before the asking)

Just a wonderful installment of Wiley’s Non Sequitur today. Wiley – please consider allowing the GoComics shop to make a print available of this beautiful take on autism. Wiley informs me that prints are available, (I am so used to seeing the “Buy a Print” notice below the GoComics strips, that I completely overlooked the […]

Posted on: Mar 29, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Comments: 0 Comments

CSotD: Coping, and doing better

Graeme MacKay offers some advice for those working from home. Several decades ago — the kids are in their 40s now — I used to write at home and manage kids, so my patience with people who cartoon about the impossibility of that is fairly limited, though I guess it’s easier if you’ve been doing […]

Posted on: Mar 29, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Editorial cartooning, Comments: 6 Comments

Brian Anderson to Live Stream “How to Write Any Story”

In collaboration with the Stimola Literary Studio, Brian “Dog Eat Doug” Anderson is scheduled to live stream a “How to Write Any Story”, a writing workshop for kids seven and up. The half-hour event starts at 10:00 (ET) on March 31st. Follow this LINK to the live stream: https://www.facebook.com/theconjurersnovel.  

Posted on: Mar 28, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Comments: 1 Comment

Harriet Glickman – RIP

Harriet Glickman, who championed the integration of the Peanuts comic strip, has passed away. Harriet Glickman November 1, 1926 – March 27, 2020   From Nat Gertler’s notice: Harriet Glickman, the woman who had suggested to Charles Schulz that he add an African-American character to the strip and thus inspired the creation of Franklin, passed […]

Posted on: Mar 27, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Obituary, Comments: 0 Comments

Baby Blues PSA (Coronavirus)

Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott are doing a series of public service announcements regarding the coronavirus pandemic utilizing their Baby Blues characters.   Coronavirus safety tip #1 of 5   From Rick and Jerry: Download your Baby Blues Coronavirus Tips! Free to print and distribute. Print out the B&W version for kids (or you) to […]

Posted on: Mar 27, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Comments: 0 Comments

Tales from the Slush Pile on Hiatus

Tales from the Slush Pile by Ed Briant has gone on hiatus. Every Thursday, for over 14 years, Publishers Weekly has featured the comic strip “Tales from the Slush Pile” in their Children’s Bookshelf. There is now a hiccup in that schedule as the March 26, 2020 installment of the strip (above) reveals. Publishers Weekly […]

Posted on: Mar 27, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, web comics, Comments: 0 Comments

CSotD: Friday Funnies plus detective work

King Features wasn’t able to locate today’s “King of the Royal Mounted,” but a quick archival search brought it up at the Press-Democrat of Santa Rosa, not to be confused with Santa Rosita where detective work involves looking for buried treasure under a big W. So here it is and it turns out to be […]

Posted on: Mar 27, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Editorial cartooning, Comments: 4 Comments

Opening Day – Strike Two

March 26 was scheduled to be Opening Day for Major League Baseball. You may remember that the Zits comic strip for today was replaced: King Features Syndicate has issued a correction for Zits black and white and color for 3/26. Due to the event’s postponement, a comic about baseball’s Opening Day was replaced. So we […]

Posted on: Mar 26, 2020,  Section: Comic strips, Comments: 2 Comments