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News Around the Kingdom: Carpe Diem Is Almost Here

Greetings Comics Royals!

After a successful run throughout Europe, an import from the northern wilderness of Sweden will be taking North America by storm this Monday. Comics Kingdom is excited to announce the release of “Carpe Diem” by Niklas Eriksson on Monday!

“Carpe Diem” features hilarious single-panel comic strips about any conceivable day – from the dawn of the universe, to the ages of dinosaurs, knights, and witches, to modern-day couch potatoes, and beyond. Available in both comic strip and single-panel formats, “Carpe Diem” will debut on May 4th online at and in newspapers nationwide. Don't forget to add it your Favorites and check to see if your local newspaper publishes it.


In other news …

Alex Hallatt (“Arctic Circle”) responds to a reader’s email about one of her cartoons.

David Reddick (“Intelligent Life”) imagines Gwen as Wonder Woman for National Superhero Day.

Terri Libenson ("The Pajama Diaries") was interviewed by “Your Teen” Magazine.

Hilary Price (“Rhymes With Orange”) shares some vacation photos and gives a shout-out to cartoonist Susan Camilleri-Konar.

Rina Piccolo (“Tina’s Groove”) shares some of her incredible sketchbook drawings.

John Rose (“Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”) did a radio interview with hosts Howard Gassman and Donnie Pitchford on Yesterday USA Live. Listen to it here.

Sandra Bell-Lundy (“Between Friends”) will be signing copies of “Death Of A Saleswoman” at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival.


Dan Piraro (“Bizarro”) shares a collection of cartoons that offers a funny take on nonsensical wordplay.

Jeff Parker (“Dustin”) sahres a poem he wrote in honor of National Poetry Month.

Exciting news and circulating rumors about the “Flash Gordon” movie.

Finally, Brian Walker (“Hi & Lois”) posts a Spring-themed “Hi and Lois” Sunday page from 2005 that takes a humorous look at way young boys and girls interact.

Thanks for ctaching up on News Around the Kingdom. Happy Friday!

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