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News From Around The Kingdom: Accolades and Awards

Greeting and welcome to another edition of News From Around the Kingdom!

Good news has been swirling around Comics Kingdom this week, starting with …

Comics Kingdom has been recognized by the 18th Annual Webby Awards as an Official Honoree in the Web/Humor category. Hailed as the “Internet's highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet.

But, wait! We have more exciting news to share! Kevin Siers, editorial cartoonist for the Charlotte Observer whose work is distributed nationally by King Features in the “Best and Wittiest” editorial cartoon package, has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning …

 

Clevelanders! If you are looking for something to do this weekend, Terri Libenson will be signing copies of her new book at the Eton Barnes & Noble in Woodmere, OH on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. …

Comics fans and critics agree that Flash Gordon #1 by Dynamite Entertainment is one of “the most interesting comics of the week” …

The Ardins of Edge City celebrated Passover with a special comic series

Just in time for Easter, Hootin’ Holler’s resident minister, Parson Tuttle, makes an appearance in “Snuffy Smith” …

Everyone needs a secret hideaway! Norm Feuti shares “The Story of Cooper’s Lounge”

Bill Bettwy has launched “The Tinkernet” where fans can connect and share all sorts of funny Tinkersons-related graphics and behind-the-scenes shenanigans … 

Mary Worth breaks bread, shares recipes and dishes with her friendly comics fans …

Brian Walker shares Hi and Lois’ perspectives on having to pay income taxes every year …

In a very funny post, Jeff Parker ponders on why some cartoon characters, namely “Dustin,” appear to be double-jointed and have two left feet …

 

Rina Piccolo’s highly anticipated 3-D pen has arrived and gets a humorous mixed review …

Sandra Bell-Lundy revisits her critically acclaimed infertility series for a good cause …

Finally, Congratulations to the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning for reaching its fundraising goal!

This concludes this week's News From Around the Kingdom.

Have a great weekend! Happy Easter to those who celebrate it!

 

 

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