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Our founder, William Randolph Hearst, had a great eye for talent when it came to cartoonists of his era, and he would always pay handsomely to acquire and keep the services of the best. Unquestionably one of that number was Winsor McCay (1869-1934), forever to be remembered for Little Nemo In Slumberland, the foremost fantasy/science [...] Keep Reading
Happy Thanksgiving! Today we’ll look at the Bob Barnes, a classic mid-century gag panel cartoonist, toiling for years at his craft before finding syndication success with THE BETTER HALF. Barnes had gone to a commercial art school in the 1930s, and found early work in trade publications and some advertising in several papers, including The [...] Keep Reading
Hello Comics Fans, We have exciting news that we want you to be the first to know about. Next week we will be launching ComicsKingdom.com. Comics Kingdom is an all-new, all-inclusive website that will showcase all the best features of DailyINK.com, plus so many more. Portions of the site will be open to the public, [...] Keep Reading
Hello DailyINK readers, It’s been 50 years this week since the tragic day when John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. Those of us old enough to remember those dark hours and days will never forget how that felt. Perhaps I can liken it somewhat to the same dread as on 9/11. There weren’t many [...] Keep Reading
Seventy-five years have passed since Elzie Segar passed away. He created probably the most popular, profitable and enduring cartoon character ever, Popeye. Originally he worked for the tiny but lively Chicago Herald (“J. KEELEY”) syndicate doing titles like “Barry The Boob” and a turn at the “Charlie Chaplin’s Comic Capers” series, he joined King Features [...] Keep Reading
We are so enthused by the response to our potential next act for Mandrake the Magician. While King Features traditionally creates and invests in content for sale to newspapers and other publishers, our Kickstarter project is strictly for and directly to the fans. Rather than take the “if you build it they will come” approach, [...] Keep Reading
We at King Features pause to honor our veterans here a few days before Veterans Day, which falls on 11 November, or what we used to call “Armistice Day.” That was the name given to mark the day World War I ended, which has been over now 95 years. Perhaps it was too hasty to declare [...] Keep Reading
Throughout the month of November, Bizarro cartoonist Dan Piraro will be adding a little levity to a serious subject: men’s health. He will be hiding moustaches in unexpected places in his daily comic strip, Bizarro, as a way of creating awareness of Movember, the global men’s health charity encouraging men to grow and women to [...] Keep Reading