The Comic Strip Café has reopened with minor modifications to the exterior of the buildings in the Toon Lagoon area of ​​Universal’s Island of Adventure. Our last update noted a “Pardon our dust” sign outside the restaurant. Now the cartoon planters have been renovated and new trees have been planted.Read More →

(Image credit Universal Orlando) As of this writing, the Revenge of the Mummy attraction remains closed during an extended renovation. One of the signature lines of this attraction states, “Are you crazy? Get out of here! The curse is real! While we love this line of the Mummy attraction atRead More →

An interpretation of Dr. Jose Rizal. (Illustration from the Philippine News Agency) ” Punch “. A comic strip featuring a fictionalized version of the national hero and a military escort has gained viral status for featuring an alternate storyline before his execution. Ssakit Comics shared a drawing of Jose RizalRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: CBS has developed jump start, a multi-camera comedy based on Robb Armstrong’s long-running comic. Wayne Conley (The best man) will pen the TV adaptation, which comes from Kapital Entertainment and Aaron Kaplan’s CBS Studios. Primetime-Panic Your complete guide to drivers and direct-to-serial controls Based on the popular comic thatRead More →

On the occasion of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, in partnership with the Cité Internationale de la Bande Dessinée et de l’Image, wished to return to the history of European construction in comic strips. The thirteen pages ofRead More →

Older Americans may be ignored by most media, but they’re getting a lot of attention these days in a surprising place: comic books. Online diaries and comics about the lives of older characters attract readers of all generations. Other bands drop them from the supporting cast to become central figuresRead More →

(YourDigitalWall Editorial): – London, UK April 18, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – London-based Marzian Studios Ltd has announced the launch of the first-ever reality-fiction comic, The Marzians, a 2-year development that finally comes to the public to raise awareness about the space race and the continued exploration involving Mars by various spaceRead More →

Comics are Rebecca Schuchat’s preferred mode of expression. Still, the Oakland-born cartoonist, whose new comic, “Where’s My Timbrel?”, debuts here and will continue on J.’s social media, tends to make comics more introspective than humorous. “I spend a lot of time thinking, as a millennial, about not being able toRead More →

New episodes of some of your favorite TV shows from the 1960s and 1970s are coming! This is the case with “Space: 1999”, “Doctor Who”, “Dark Shadows” and “The Avengers”, the subject of this review. The caveat is that they appear as audio pieces, produced by UK-based Big Finish Productions.Read More →

Andrea Shecapio (Photo provided) By Patrick Quinn Journalist of the Local Journalism Initiative An English and history project at Voyageur Memorial High School in Mistissini has been so successful that teachers are trying to find a wider audience. In it, Andrea Shecapio uses digital comic media to create a movingRead More →

Fox Entertainment is developing an animated comedy series based on the Bloom County comic book, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, screenwriter, producer and children’s book author Berkeley Breathed. Berkeley Breathed Bloom County Comic Breathed will co-write and executive produce the project, which will be produced by Fox Entertainment-owned animation studioRead More →

80s comics Bloom County gets a primetime animated TV show on Fox. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bloom County Creator Berkeley Breathed is part of the project, revisiting characters such as Steve Dallas, Bill the Cat and Opus the Penguin as they provide artful commentary on our world from aRead More →

Vancouver, Canada, February 08, 2022 — (PR.com) — Vancouver-based cartoonist Vlad, aka The Vlade, has announced the launch of “UglyZoo”, arguably the first-ever daily comic strip created specifically for the NFT Market . The UglyZoo strip features a variety of cute animal characters – starting with a penguin, an elephant,Read More →

Mumbai: Senior police officers in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra, have decided to sit down fortnightly this year for a different kind of assignment – to think up a story, write a script and bring in an artist local to draw caricatures. The final product is a comic strip titled “Gadchiroli Files”. “GadchiroliRead More →

NAGPUR: The Gadchiroli Police have launched an effort to expose the Maoists through comic books, labeling them as “Gadchiroli Files”, to counter their propaganda networks. On Thursday, the first tape was released in Marathi and English, except for the local tribal language Gondi. The ‘Gadchiroli Files’, perhaps the first comicRead More →

COLUMN: Food for thought by Sandy Sutherland A FEW years ago we walked into the Scottish Antiques and Arts Center in Doune, near Callander. My wife could soon find herself among the antiques and I among the comics! Old copies of the Hotspur, Dandy, Beano… brought back childhood memories. Rev.Read More →

The offending comic was published in the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers on December 1. Rafu staff report Asian American readers have complained about The Los Angeles Times about a racial slur that appeared in one of his daily comic strips on Wednesday. The newspaper apologized and announced thatRead More →

SWATCH watches have been picked up by Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Woodstock and the rest of the Peanuts gang. The new Swatch X Peanuts collaboration features the iconic characters of Charles M. Schulz and the collection is packed with great moments from the Peanuts comic. It is sure to bring outRead More →

Here are this week’s Sour Grapes, enjoy! Tim Jones is the creator, artist, and writer of the wildly popular, self-syndicated comic book, “SOUR GRAPES”; a comic about “Aesop”, a miserable flying dog and his strange friends, all living in a problematic and troubled world. Sour Grapes is currently published inRead More →

Hearst Connecticut Media Editorial Board October 19, 2021 A 9/11 “Curtis” comic strip by Stamford resident Ray Billingsley. King Features Syndicate Thumbs up to Stamford resident Ray Billingsley, who won the Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year from the National Cartoonists Society. Billingsley, creator of the “Curtis” comicRead More →

Crockett Johnson began his art career illustrating communist publications and ended it making mathematical abstract paintings, but in between he created two lovable and enduring cartoon children. Best known is Harold, the imaginative four-year-old with a magic pencil in Harold and the purple pencil (1955). But more influential, perhaps, wasRead More →

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Comic book characters are bad role models As a kid, I always looked forward to reading comics — you know, “funnies” — because they were funny. And here I am, I’m almost 86, and I still like to read funny books.Read More →

By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews): Source: Regional Museum of Agulhas (Information): Downtown Needles, CA: Spike, the cartoon character from the Peanuts statue, has a new home inside the Needles Regional Museum. Spike is Snoopy’s brother who lives outside of Needles, California, and is a character in Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comicRead More →