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News Around the Kingdom: Fall Has Arrived!

Greeting Comics Royals!

This week marked the arrival of Autumn! Comics Kingdom shared our favorite collection of recent comics on Autumn and asked our cartoonists about their favorite fall activities.

Next Tuesday, John Rose, cartoonist of Barney Google and Snuffy Smith, is hosting two chalk talks at the Headquarters Library and Cowpens Library in South Carolina.

In other news …

David Reddick (“Intelligent Life”) talks about his sketching process and shares a drawing of a famous brand character. Hint: “He’s greaaaat!”Tony the Tiger sketch by David Reddick

Tony the Tiger sketch by David Reddick

Brian Walker (“Beetle Bailey”) discusses the early versions of characters from “Beetle Bailey” who are still around today.
At, Brian Walker (“Hi & Lois”) revisists the generation gap and talks about finding humor in experiences that are uncomfortable and perplexing.

Bill Holbrook (“On the Fastrack”) is honored that The Cartoon Museum in London has included his original artwork of the Fastrack Sunday strip of Sept 15, 2013 in its’ exhibit spotlighting the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland.

Sandra Bell-Lundy (“Between Friends”) revisits her blog series on being an empty nester.


Finally, Dan Piraro (“Bizarro”) posts his weekly collection of hilarious comics.

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

See you again next Friday! Have a great weekend.

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