It's not often that King Features' wide stable of editorial cartoonists agree on a subject, but this week, in the aftermath of the horrible tragedy of the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, the vast majority of our talented comics journalists had something to say. Please be aware that the following cartoons involve depictions of violence and weapons) Keep Reading
People frequently ask us what they can do if they want to become a syndicated cartoonist! The answer? Send us a submission packet! Keep Reading
Happy Ramadan to all those of you who celebrate! Wishing you a wonderful holiday and good luck with your fast! Keep Reading
This coming weekend, the NCS Awards go to Memphis, Tennessee!
We're so proud of our nominees and wish them the best of luck! Keep Reading
This past weekend, King Features cartoonists made a splash at TCAF (Toronto Comic Arts Festival) on a panel called "Newspaper Comics in a Digital World."
Moderated by Rina Piccolo of Tina's Groove and Six Chix, Terri Libenson of The Pajama Diaries and Sandra Bell-Lundy of Between Friends were joined by Jonathan Mahood of Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, which was formerly available on Comics Kingdom, Dana Simpson of Phoebe and her Unicorn, and Paul Gilligan of Pooch Café. Keep Reading
Yesterday was Mothers' Day, the day we all thank our moms for making sure we got to read the comics FIRST THING every Sunday morning!
Thanks to all the mothers out there, and have some great mom-themed strips! Keep Reading
Exciting news! KING OF THE COMICS: One Hundred Years of King Features Syndicate has been nominated for not one but TWO Eisner Awards!
Just in time for Earth Day, Jim Toomey has created a new video to support sustainable dive tourism for his series Two Minutes on Oceans with Jim Toomey of Sherman's Lagoon! Keep Reading
This year, when the National Cartoonists Society (NCS) gathers for its annual Reuben Awards convention over Memorial Weekend (May 26-29), there will be a very different event on the agenda. The cartoonists will open their convention by making a May 26 campus visit to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a facility that specializes in the treatment of cancer and other childhood diseases. Keep Reading
It's a rainy day in New York today. We hope you all had a nice Easter, if you celebrate it! More news coming up later this week!
Hello all! I've got some exciting news to start out this week. First off, I'd like to welcome Mike Manley to THE PHANTOM family!
Mike, whom you may know as the artist of JUDGE PARKER, will be joining THE PHANTOM as the new daily artist to replace Paul Ryan, who sadly passed away recently. Keep Reading
Dennis is celebrating his 65th birthday!
Dennis made his first appearance in the funny pages on March 12, 1951. Later, Hank Ketcham changed Dennis' official birthday to TODAY, March 14 to coincide with his own, which means we get to celebrate twice!
Happy birthday to Dennis and Hank! Keep Reading
It's March! That means it's Women's History Month, and tomorrow is International Working Women's Day! Let's take a moment to celebrate all the hard-working women in our lives-- from CEOs to chefs, from politicians to parents, you all make the world a better place!
"Fourteen?" you say. "That can't be right," you say. But it's true! Today is The Family Circus' fourteenth birthday-- because The Family Circus was launched on Leap Day, 1960! Keep Reading
We've got a lot of important dates to remember this month!
Hi, folks! Just stopping in to wish you all a happy Presidents' Day, and we'll see you next week! Keep Reading
First of all, let's wish a very happy Lunar New Year to those of you who celebrate!!!!
We're celebrating Black History Month all February as well! Ray Billingsley spent last week honoring Black History with Curtis, who has his own opinions about how it should be celebrated: Keep Reading
Proof that cartoonists have some of the biggest hearts in the world-- this week, Patrick McDonnell of Mutts and Jim Toomey of Sherman's Lagoon both act to help save animals and show us what we can do, too! Keep Reading
Hi, all! This week-- January 29, to be exact, is National Puzzles Day! So why not celebrate by checking out the Comics Kingdom Puzzles collection?
I was always a big crossword puzzle fan-- when I was in college, my best friend and I would get together every Sunday morning to do the crosswords in the Sunday papers, but getting puzzles digitally means that there are always more puzzles to do when today's is done! There's a near-endless supply, and there are so many fun interactive puzzles to choose from.
Here are a few of my favorites: Keep Reading
Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!
Today, when we celebrate the work of a man who gave his life in the name of civil rights for all people, I thought it would be nice to share a couple cartoons about other civil rights leaders! Keep Reading
What time is it when the elephant sits on the watch?!
Time to get one of these excellent new watches from Modify! Keep Reading
Ahoy, Comics Kingdom!
We're looking out at the start of a great new year!
I'm not one for making New Year's Resolutions, myself-- but when you have all these great comics just a click away, why not use the new year as a reason to take advantage of them?!
Here are some great resolutions to make the most of Comics Kingdom! Keep Reading
Happy New Year, all! Here's to a fantastic 2016-- and, given the weather here in New York, I think Ted Forth is gonna be able to host that party, after all! Keep Reading
I'm up in Connecticut celebrating Christmas with my family, so I just wanted to take a moment to wish all those of you who celebrate a very Merry Christmas! Keep Reading
First I've got some exciting news of my own! This week, I got my VERY OWN COPY of King of the Comics: 100 Years of King Features! Keep Reading