News Around the Kingdom: Between Friends and Invisible Ink
This week, cartoonist Sandra Bell-Lundy (“Between Friends”) launched a two-week fictional, humorous storyline as a way of remembering a good friend’s youngest brother. She explains how the story arc came about in her “Between Friends” blog.
Read more about the series in this Welland Tribune article.
In other news …
Mort Walker reminisces about some early characters that have appeared in “Beetle Bailey.”
Brian Walker takes a look back on the work of Al Stenzel, cartoonist of “The Tracey Twins” on the “Hi & Lois” blog.
Terri Libenson (“The Pajama Diaries”) writes a funny post on middle-aged brain fog.
David Reddick shares artwork of BFFs, Skip and Mike of “Intelligent Life.”
Dan Piraro shares a week’s worth of hilarious “Bizarro” cartoons.
Jim Keefe (“Sally Forth”) offers a sneak peek at an upcoming Sunday comic.
Finally, John Rose (“Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”) shares his Disney-inspired artwork.
Thanks for catching up on this week’s News Around the Kingdom.
See you again next Friday. Have a great week!