The Comics Kingdom Blog

News From Around the Kingdom: Holiday Greeting Cards and Gift "Taking"

We hope everybody has had a happy holiday season, so far! 

Here is what some of our cartoonists have been talking about this week:

John Rose of Barney Google and Snuffy Smith offers his thoughts on Christmas cards and provides his own 2013 family Christmas card for readers to view.  Check out his post here

Rhymes with Orange cartoonist, Hilary Price, gives a comical insight into how her cat can creepily stare at you and how the scrappy feline broke into her neighbor’s house and made a mess.

Bizarro creator, Dan Piraro, describes the miracle that occurred in his living room on Christmas morning and posts a panel from 2009 that he says fans of religious tradition will find enlightening. 

Brian Walker of Hi and Lois posts his views on holiday greeting cards and shares some pages from a booklet that Mort Walker put together that includes original cartoons on the theme of “A Merry Christmas is…”  Read Brian's blog post here.

In the latest Take it From the Tinkersons post, Tillman explains that in this season of giving, someone needs to receive gifts, and he says that he is willing help out. Give him a call if you have any leftover gifts, and he will take them off your hands.  Check out his post here

Also, check out the new Mandrake the Magician website here where you can offer your ideas on how would YOU have concluded the last Mandrake story, “Vanguard of Shadows.”

Check back next Friday to see what are cartoonists will be talking about in the new year!

We welcome your comments, but the following things are not permitted: vulgar or explicit language, name-calling, threats, and any language that insults a person’s race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or disability. Please try to use correct spelling, punctuation, and capitalization as much as possible.

Technical questions and requests should be reported with the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page.

Read here for more information about our commenting policy.

If you prefer not to see the comments, click the link here.

See more

Website ck characterfooter v