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News Around the Kingdom: The Discovery of "Intelligent Life"

Greeting Comics Kingdom Royalty!

“Intelligent Life” launched to great fanfare, getting media attention in multiple outlets, including a huge launch story in USA Today, an in-depth interview on ComicVine.com and a great feature on GeekExchange.com.

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Frank Cummings, who was the assistant artist to head artist John Marshall, on “Blondie.” He will be deeply missed by his colleagues and those who loved him.

In other news …

Jerry Scott offers fans of “Zits” a tour of his immaculate studio …

Not to be outdone, John Hambrock (“The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee”) also offers a peek inside his Edison Studio …

Bill Bettwy (“Take It From The Tinkersons”) shares his Tinkerson-inspired sand art ...

 

Jim Toomey (“Sherman’s Lagoon”) talks about his diving experience in the Florida Escarpment …

The Phantom lends his support to a worthy cause …

Dan Piraro (“Bizarro”) goes Goth …

John Rose (“Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”) brings back a seldom seen character …

Sandra Bell Lundy (“Between Friends”) shares a video on a throwback series that ran in her strip …

Jonathan Mahood (“Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog”) goes outside and finds an unlikely drawing companion …

 

 Finally, Brian Walker (“Hi & Lois”) shares a Fourth of July Sunday comic from 1995 …

Thanks for reading! Until we meet again next Friday …

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