The Comics Kingdom Blog

Ask A Cartoonist: What We've Learned from Krazy Kat

George Herriman, the creator of Krazy Kat, died today in 1944. Krazy Kat is an absolute treasure of a comic, and everyone here at Comics Kingdom is so proud that it is part of our heritage-- famously beloved by William Randolph Hearst himself, Krazy Kat graced the comic pages from his inception in the bottom margins of The Dingbat Family until Herriman's death.

George Herriman's work inspired and touched the lives of so many cartoonists that we decided to spend some time today remembering Herriman's legacy and the impact he had on all of us. Keep Reading

Ask A Cartoonist: Library Stories

It's National School Librarians Day!

I know that when I was a kid, I loved to hide in between the shelves in my school library and read comics in the back of magazines. It's one of the first places where I got to read comics that weren't in my hometown paper.

Libraries are fantastic places for anyone who loves to read, so in honor of school librarians everywhere, I've asked our cartoonists to share their favorite library stories, memories, and comics.
Keep Reading

See more

Website ck characterfooter 1