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Week in Review: September 21, 2012

Categories: Comics, Announcements

Hi, all!

Sorry for the lack of an update last week—allergy season is hitting me hard!

This week, we have two DailyINK comics that are focusing on important scientific causes.

BLEEKER THE RECHARGEABLE DOG is teaming up with the National Academy of Engineering as Skip and Lila work on an important school project on Engineering. You can read more about this partnership here!

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SHERMAN’S LAGOON is in gear to raise awareness of sea exploration! Sherman went to Washington, DC and visited Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, to talk about the importance of saving the Aquarius Underwater Lab. You can read more about that here!

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With Presidential elections coming up, jokes about politics are popping up everywhere, from the expected places like ZIPPY THE PINHEAD:

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To the less-expected, like FAMILY CIRCUS:

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The denizens of ARCTIC CIRCLE are speaking on an economic sustainability forum this week:

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Jeremy of ZITS learned his own lesson in economic sustainability on Monday, albeit in a different form:

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And over in SALLY FORTH, the Forth family is learning about a different type of politics as they attempt to navigate the waters of a full house of relatives!

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Carly of EDGE CITY is learning an important lesson about telling the truth:

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And the staff of Pepper’s in TINA’S GROOVE is opening a complaint department!

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Finally, did CURTIS finally find the way to Michelle’s heart? Does this mean the Mayans were right about the end of the world? Or is Michelle just asking him out to make fun of his chipped tooth?

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