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News Around the Kingdom: New Books and Funny Photos

This week, News Around the Kingdom proudly announces the launch of the newly redesigned BabyBlues.com. Fans will enjoy the improved functionality and Rick Kirkman's latest blog post, "Big Things" on the latest “Baby Blues” happenings (including the availability of the latest collection, “Wetter, Louder, Stickier” for pre-order here).

 

In other news ...

Hilary Price (“Rhymes With Orange”) shares a hilarious pet phot essay entitled “The Havoc.” It is “this week’s must-see 'pets gone wild' blog”

Terri Libenson answers a question that she gets asked a lot in her “In-house Editors” post …

Alex Hallatt (“Arctic Circle”) makes a bold and accurate statement about climate change in “Is Living on an Iceberg for a Year Going to Save the Planet?”

John Hambrock (“The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee”) mourns the passing of Tom Magliozzi of “Car Talk” and “Click and Clack Talk Cars” …

Terry Laban (“Edge City”) finds creative inspiration in commercials

Jonathan Mahood (“Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog”) gets a gold star for successfully completing 31 days of sketching for Inktober

Dan Piraro (“Bizarro”) shares five comics, or as he calls it “Quintuple Cavalcade of Comedy,” that will vastly improve your day. Trust us …

John Rose (“Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”) shares some photos from the New River Community College Comic Con

Jeff Parker (“Dustin”) shares photos from his well-deserved vacation in “When in Rome, Draw as the Romans Do”

David Reddick gives a sneak peek at both his sketchbook and an upcoming “Intelligent Life” comic. Nowhere else will you see The Golden Girls, Scooby Doo and Linus and Sally in a pumpkin patch

Karen Moy (“Mary Worth”) ponders the notion of “too good to be true”

Bil Holbrook posts his Weekly “On the Fastrack” News and shares a video teaser of Dethany Virtu-Noir here …

Finally, there is a new “Zits” book entitled “Peace, Love & Wi-Fi” has been published. Add it to your collection here

 

 Thanks for catching up on all the News Around the Kingdom! See you next Friday!

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