Tuesday, December 26, 2017

We Started the Week Out With a Plethora of Christmas Goodies From Our Contributing Editors...The Gift of Mirth Continues After the X-Mas Cartoons.



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CONTINUING A MONTH OF SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GREEN PIECES 
HOLIDAY GREETINGS AND WISHES 














An Instant Classic From Jim Shoenbill and Magic Coffee Hair









VAL WARES AND THE PAWS FOR THOUGHT
GANG WITH CHRISTMAS CHEER















From Salpino and, well, And Now...





3 Christmas Goodies From Alan Gilbert and Nothing Changes

















A Stained Glass Christmas Present From Radish





A Few More Jim Shoenbill and Magic Coffee Hair










From Jim Brinkley and It's Just Jim





A Christmas story from Stephen Nyberg and Komix Theatre








Stephen Also Has A Video For Us





"The Jolly Man In Red"
By Hal Ofsti and Art by Ofstie





From Jordan Smith and Candace 'n' Company
2017-12-25:
A very merry Christmas from Candace ‘n’ Company! Peace on Earth may or may not happen anytime soon, but here’s to hoping you have a peaceful holiday!






The Lady Anne Wehrley Christmas Gang













It Wouldn't Be Christmas Without Cookies and
Ron and Linda Warren Celebrate In Style













Travel Safely From Stev-o and Toons By Steve-o















Merry Christmas From Mike Wilke and Watermelon Bones







From Lindsay Heim and Misc Soup







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2017-12-26:
In the final panel, I originally was going to have Candace think, Know thy enemy (something you might see hanging on the wall of every war room in existence. Then I got to realizing that these two are not enemies—merely frenemies, which helps give a needed dose of quirkiness to Candace’s train of thought. I always draw Megan right-handed, but she looks like she can throw a pretty mean southpaw haymaker!


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2017-12-27:
Today Candace confesses her own inability to put in a full day’s work! I think having trouble focusing one’s undivided attention is an affliction that most of us suffer from at one point or another, and it’s a pretty common subject for comics.


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2017-12-28:
Lots of folks don’t see much (if any) snow where they live, so this could be a bit of an inside joke for us cold-climate dwellers. In truth, shoveling snow is an aerobic activity, and the wetter the snow, the heavier it is. That’s why you need to take extra care when the snow is wet.


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2017-12-29:
Once upon a time, the family and I went to an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant that we had not previously visited. I found the food so delicious that by the end of the meal (okay, at the end of all three meals), I literally spent a few tense moment wondering if I had overdone it and was about to die. This was, needless to say, scary, but it gave me the idea for this “sideways” comic strip!


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2017-12-30:
I wonder why the word “ow”, is used both to express pain and as somewhat of a filler word when getting down and singing. Hot water can be great during a shower, but you mustn’t overdo it.


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2017-12-31:
I get a lot of laughs when watching comedic movies depicting life at school. My comic focuses almost exclusively on adults, but even I got a chance to poke fun at high school days via the boss’ flashback.
















FEATURED THIS WEEK ON THE OBSERVER...
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-Gravy by Bob Murphy
  
-Gatesfield







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