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News Around the Kingdom: The Sunday Comics Project

Greetings, Comics Royals!

This week, we shared information about The Sunday Comics Project, a new comics publication that needs funding and offers a new way to read and enjoy comics, and celebrated National Junk Food Day with a collection of craving-inducing comics


 In other news …

Alex Hallatt (“Arctic Circle”) shows she is an adventurous, cider-drinking and “stand up” woman.





Brian Walker (“Beetle Bailey”) shares Beetle’s first Sunday tour of duty assignment and the origins of Mort Walker’s “Better Words” series in “Hi & Lois.”


 David Reddick (“Intelligent Life”) invites readers to a Q&A session and shares a “life sketch.”


 Jeff Parker (“Dustin”) shares a time when his family got “rattled” and posts a sketch from an upcoming “Dustin” Sunday comic in which characters are running wild.


 Dan Piraro (“Bizarro”) shows why punctuation matters and how it can actually be fun … and funny.


 Terri Libenson (“The Pajama Diaries”) was interviewed by MPN Forum Magazine for a piece on blood disorders.


John Hambrock (“The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee”) talks politics and the origins of Edison Lee.


 Finally, a local newspaper’s color printing mistake makes a reader question if Loweezy of “Barney Google and Snuffy Smith” has gone Goth.











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

See you again next Friday!


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