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News Around The Kingdom: BIZARRO and SIX CHIX Celebrate Anniversaries

Greetings Comics Royals!

This week marked the 30th Anniversary of “Bizarro!” Congratulations and many thanks to Dan Piraro for entertaining his loyal legion of fans, who he fondly refers to as “Jazz Pickles,” for three decades! We hope Dan keeps making all of us laugh (and think) with his hilarious comic for many more years to come! Fans who are interested in seeing the early days of “Bizarro” may view Dan’s early work in this week’s “Ask the Archivist” post, which is dedicated exclusively to “Bizarro” reaching this momentous milestone.

Dan reminisces on his comic’s humble beginnings and shares his first publicity photo (it's a keeper!) on his blog.


In other news,

It's official! Rina Piccolo (“Tina’s Groove”) and her “Six Chix” colleagues are “Women You Should Know!” Read the story about SIX CHIX's 15th Anniversary here …

Road trip! John Rose and “Snuffy Smith” are heading to Eastern Tennessee for Wilderness Wildlife Week

Bruce Tinsley (“Mallard Fillmore”) recalls a powerful memory about the assassination of Martin Luther King …

Jonathan Mahood (“Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog”) posted an interview with Will Roberts on his Weekly Telegram Radio Show …

John Hambrock shows his impressive math skills after realizing how many strips he has created since the start of “The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee” more than 8 years ago …

Terry LaBan (“Edge City”) posts his poignant response to the Charlie Hebdo terror attack …

Brian Walker speaks about censorship in comics with vintage “Hi & Lois” strips …

Hilary Price (“Rhymes With Orange”) got a nice surprise while watching “Jeopardy” on Christmas Eve …


Finally, David Reddick (“Intelligent Life”) gets character inspiration from “The Lord of the Rings.”

Thanks for catching up on this week’s News Around the Kingdom!

See you again next Friday!

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