Today's Featured Cartoon - THE 17th RADISH by DERRICK WOOD
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Greetings everyone and welcome to our Comx Box, Editorial Cartoons Special posting day. Please find a mix of the new and recent in the following. We are proud that our editorial cartoonists provide such a wide range of commentary and viewpoints.
Ron Warren's Red State Comics by Ron Warren
Blue Chair by Walt Beringson
Strange Days by B.F. Finster
Obama and the Fatman by Michael Moore
Tomversation by Tom Falco
Mid-Life w/ Alan by Alan Gilbert
The Insolent Lemon by Don Anderson
The NanoWorld Chronicles by TAME
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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Thursday, July 17, 2014
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Thursday, July 10, 2014
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Today's Special Feature -- STAR Q's by ALAN GILBERT
With his cover blown, Dr. Kimble kicks the
kid in the shin and prepares to make his escape.
(By the way, that's a young Kurt Russel who
is suffering from the compound fracture.)
As just about everybody knows, Doctor Richard Kimble was convicted of killing his wife, escaped, and criss-crossed America searching for the one-armed man.
From this moment on, creating a "man on the move" series became challenging. A couple of happy-go-lucky guys in a Corvette just wouldn't cut it: no innate drama, there.
The genius of Kimble's situation being its simplicity. Anybody could find himself/herself accused of a murder he/she hadn't committed. Kimble was an everyman with a compelling reason for running. To this day, nobody has created a better man on the move than Doctor Richard Kimble.