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© Patrick McDonnell
Patrick McDonnel pass on a small thing inside:
MUTTS might look a little different to you this week and in the future. If so, it’s because I relaxed my artistic style, using very few preliminary pencils (in some cases none) and going straight to ink drawing. It gives the tape more power and intimacy than a preliminary sketch, which I love. I’m also writing the freehand dialogue
Everybody’s a gag writer
Wow! We received 759 entries for this week’s Cartoon Caption Contest! This one could have gone in so many different directions… and it certainly did! Check out the winner and runners-up below. Funny stuff, everyone. Good work.
Walt Handelsman and The Times-Picayune/Advocate got a bunch of possible gags for their latest cartoon caption contest.
© Times-Picayune/Advocate/Walt Handelsman
Read entries from dozens of finalist gag authors.
Maybe one of them could apply to today’s situation Bottom liners.
© Tribune Content Agency
GoComics and Tribune Content Agency itself knocked the legend off the hook.
The Oregonian with his Comics Kingdom page has the legend.
Although the funny pages are usually a distraction from the everyday frustrations of life, Scott Adams’ satirical comic strip Dilbert makes mundane office work the source of endless humor. With its relatable jokes and archetypal personas, almost anyone who has set foot in an office can make the people of Path-E-Tech laugh.
© Scott Adams
Screen Rant presents the 10 funniest Dilbert comics. Tapes range from 1993 to 2018. YMMV.
While best or funniest of all is very subjective, I think we can all agree that poking fun at banners/book burners is for the greater good.
© Vic Lee
Vic Lee gets a punch for a recent forgive my planet.
The 70th anniversary issue of MAD The magazine is now on sale and I hope to get a copy when I visit Barnes and Noble next Friday. Waiting Peter Kuper previews his final (“My very last Spy vs Spy – ending a 27 year run)“) Spy vs. Spy looking like a Crazy Quilt of a double-pager.
© EC Comics/Peter Kuper
Lee Enterprise Newspapers continues to expand its online comic book site.
When we rolled out our new line of comics, astute readers might have guessed it was from a syndicator, Andrews McMeel Universal. That’s almost 500 comics, only a small fraction that we can include in print.
Now you, the Democrat-Herald subscriber and Gazette-Times subscriber, have free access to all 496 comics, including Mid-Valley Media darlings like “BC”, “Breaking Cat News”, “Dilbert” , “Phebe and her unicorn”. “, “Red & Rover”, “Rubes” and “The Wizard of Id”.
But wait (channeling my best imitation of a commercial voice-over from a 70s Ronco compilation album), there’s more!
McMeel also offers a host of games and puzzles, including crosswords, word searches, and sudoku.
Here’s the editor of a few newspapers in Lee, Oregon doing her part.
A prolific and imaginative author, Liniers had made a much-loved appearance: his intention was clear from the start, he didn’t want people to be irritated by the daily news, he wanted them to laugh and escape to another reality. , an elsewhere. , (where anything could be possible) and being able to do it with optimism and a very Argentinian word: ternurathe tenderness, the good feelings associated with a dulce de leche biscuit called alfajor.
GeekDad Reviews Liners‘ New macanudo book.
© Will McPhail
I studied zoology in college, because when you ask a seventeen year old what the adult version of himself will want to do until he becomes the dead version of himself, he always makes a perfect decision.
Excerpts from the Literary Crossroads Love and Vermin by Will McPhail.
The Sergio Aragonés International Prize for Excellence in Comics was created in 2017 by The National Society of Cartooniststhe largest and most prestigious organization of professional cartoonists in the world, in partnership with the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, and is awarded annually to an outstanding cartoonist, animator or cartoonist.
The International Lakes Comics Festival announced the designer Posy Simmonds as the winner of Sergio Aragonés International Award for Excellence in Comics for 2022.
Down the Tubes carries the story.