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News Around the Kingdom: National Puzzle Day!

Greetings Comics Royals!

Today is National Puzzle Day!   Check out King Features Puzzles!  We have great ones at Puzzles Palace!  Exercise your mind by solving one or more of our puzzles! 

Exercise your mind at Puzzle Palace!
Exercise your mind at Puzzles Palace! 

In other news…

Hilary Price (“Rhymes With Orange”) will teach a cartoon class in April!  Have you signed up yet?  She has other charming news posted on her blog!

Hilary Price will teach a cartoon class in April
Hilary Price will teach a cartoon class in April

John Rose (“Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”) updated his blog with a winter/snow theme!  He shares some of his favorite Snuffy Smith strips from years past about cold temperatures and ice and snow!  

Jughaid thinks big

Brian Walker (“Hi & Lois”) takes a look at a popular series that ran in “Hi & Lois” in the 1960s called the “Theory of the Month Club”!  It gave Dik Browne the opportunity to do some beautiful calligraphy!

An example of the Theory of the Month
An example of the Theory of the Month Club

 Mort Walker (“Beetle Bailey”) looks back at the creation of of the strip’s most popular characters!

Sarge's dog is named Otto
Sarge's dog is named Otto

David Reddick (“Intelligent Life”) shows us the inking of one of his panels for an upcoming Sunday!

Example of the inking of a pencil drawing
Inking of a pencil drawing

Finally, Dan Piraro (“Bizarro”) explains his hilarious cartoons for this week!

The Donald in another life
The Donald in another life

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

See you again next Friday!  Have a great week.

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