Category Archives: Culture

The Epidemic

Scared of the weather, scared of the movie, scared of the black kid, scared of the cops, scared of the disease…The epidemic that will infect us all! board up the windows! Bolt the door!                                                                                                                                                             

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The Fur Flies

Some of you may have noticed an item in the news concerning the “Furries” or to be more specific, the gassing of conventioneers at the Midwest Furfest in Rosemont, a suburb of Chicago. Some terrorist popped open a cannister containing … Continue reading

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Idiotorial 12/5/14

Stupidity is nothing new. The human race started out stupid. It was only through the painful lessons of trial and error that our species managed to evolve into our present state, which obviously still has a long way to go. … Continue reading

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A Different Kind Of Christmas Card

While going through my old Christmas cards I came upon this classic from my old friends, Don Donahue and Dori Seda. It’s especially memorable because of that glowing Godzilla on top of the tree. I remember seeing it at their … Continue reading

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Is It Real, Or Is It Photoshop? (updated)

    The internet has gone bonkers over the Kardashian photo shoot. Here is one of the more tasteful versions. I think I’ll pass on the stuffing, though!!!

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I Yam What I Yam

We cartoonists tend to be an unpredictable lot. People love us or hate us; it goes with the territory. We are not oblivious to our faults, as E. Segar notes here in this panel from Thimble Theater sometime in the … Continue reading

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Another Opportunity Up in Smoke

According to comments on Facebook, the proposed pot grower sitcom, Grass Valley, will not be called Grass Valley and will not be set in Nevada County, to the relief of some and the dismay of others. We have tuned in, … Continue reading

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Sugar Magnolia

Back in the nineties, Kitchen Sink Press made a deal with the Grateful Dead to produce a color comic book chronicling their music and adventures. It seemed like a natural fit, given that Dead art was a big part of … Continue reading

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Brit Journalism 101

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Trees Again

Duplex Planet is a magazine consisting of stories from the residents of nursing homes in New York state transcribed by David Greenberger. Some of the stories are whimsical, some are sad, all are a glimpse into a world that is … Continue reading

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