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Parenting is hard . . . and often gross. Laughing about it helps. Fowl Language lets parents know they're not alone by taking an unvarnished look at the tedium and aggravation of child-rearing, while never forgetting that the reason we put up with the little jerks is that we love them so damn much.
Each month of the Fowl Language 2018 Wall Calendar features a hilarious, relatable, full-color comic, plus the Bonus Panel–a fan favorite. The situations depicted are so spot-on that some readers have wondered if creator Brian Gordon installed a camera in their homes. Hey, he's not creepy; he's just a dad. Sure, a dad who can write and draw, but still. . . . Display this calendar in a preferred parent time-out space to laugh out loud and feel less alone in the struggle to stay sane.
By Brian Gordon
The GoComics Presents Comics Every Day 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar features the funniest up-and-coming cartoonists working today.
Specially selected from GoComics.com, the world's best comics website, each of the 52 cartoons is featured for one week, giving readers plenty of time to get to know and love them.
As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Andrews McMeel Syndication
While busily picking up all of the many items that one of her cats had (again) knocked off a shelf in her home, Georgia Dunn spontaneously began a running news report of the incident and its cause, while her other two cats watched curiously.
Thus was born the charming, witty, funny, and oh-so-true comic, Breaking Cat News. Each month of the Breaking Cat News 2018 Wall Calendar features all new art inspired by the strip, in which feline news reporters Lupin, Elvis, and Puck comment on the household shenanigans and mysterious behavior of their owners.
By Georgia Dunn
Whoever said adulting is hard was probably reading Sarah Andersen's cartoons. Or maybe it WAS Sarah Andersen. Whatever, Sarah's Scribbles knowingly documents the real-world anxieties, concerns, and insecurities of young modern life. The struggle between getting up and staying in bed, the feeling that you’re the only one who doesn’t have it together, and giving that favorite sweater a sniff to decide whether you can get one...more...wearing out of it before washing it, the comic hits all the big issues that come with being a grown up. Whether you feel like one or not.
Take a giant leap toward organization (and adulthood) with this amazing planner. The Sarah's Scribbles 2017-2018 16-Month Weekly/Monthly Planner: Get It Together! with Sarah's Scribbles is spiral-bound and has monthly grids and weekly planning pages with space for lots of important things like appointments, to-dos, and fun social stuff. The sturdy cover is flocked, and there’s a pocket and sheet of stickers inside.
By Sarah Andersen
The familiar and funniest debates between the whimsical impulses of "Heart" and the prudent perspective of "Brain" are hilariously illustrated in this second edition of the tremendously popular Heart and Brain calendar from the creator of the beloved web comic, The Awkward Yeti.Each month of the all-new Heart and Brain 2018 Wall Calendar features two comic strips that comically and perfectly capture the age-old contest between the fun-loving heart and the analytical brain, as keenly observed by the best-selling cartoonist, Nick Seluk. You're sure to find the insightfully depicted duel between head and heart true-to-life and totally fun.
By Nick Seluk
Anyone who has experienced life in a family—sometimes chaotic, occasionally contentious, frequently exhausting, but always full of moments that make you smile and touch your heart—can relate to Baby Blues. The Baby Blues 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar features a different, full-color strip on each page and is sure to be a family favorite. Darryl's accused of having ADD—Awkward Dad Disorder. Wanda's having "mommy guilt flashes" at night. Zoe and Hammie are still fighting, except when they're digging a moat around the house or trying to convince their parents to get a dog. And baby Wren is not just walking, but wreaking havoc on her siblings and Mom's nerves. They're the MacPherson family of Baby Blues, the delightfully funny and heart-warming comic strip by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott. And they're back with another year's worth of funny-because-it's-true situations in this 2018 edition of the Baby Blues Day-to-Day Calendar that families everywhere will enjoy.As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Jerry Scott
Cat lovers will adore the Cat Cartoon-A-Day 2018 Calendar’s campy collection of kitty cartoons from humorist Jonny Hawkins. Each page of this calendar features a cartoon that purr-fectly captures the unpredictable humor that felines bring to their owners’ lives with their extreme behavior—from frenzied play to near total disregard, often in a matter of seconds. The moral: cats do whatever they want, whenever they want! As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Jonny Hawkins
After ten years in syndication, creator Scott Hilburn is still going strong with The Argyle Sweater. This calendar features a different full-color panel cartoon each month of some of his funniest (and punniest) work.The Argyle Sweater 2018 Wall Calendar features visual appeal, a year at-a-glace on every monthly page, plenty of room for reminders and appointments, and, of course, lots of laughs, making it a welcome addition to any office, dorm room, kitchen, or anywhere else a bright spot of humor would be appreciated.
By Scott Hilburn
Poorly Drawn Lines 2018 Wall Calendar contains classic images and all-new comics and hand-drawn elements created by cartoonist Reza Farazmand.Reza Farazmand's quirky laugh-out-loud webcomic Poorly Drawn Lines is a world where humans might have an unexpected extended conversation with a cat, a computer, or a ghost; where there is a green bear named Ernesto, who is friends/roommates with a duck named Kevin; and where each story, however absurd, is filled with a high level of humanness that all fans identify with. This twelve-month calendar showcases a selection of Reza's funniest comics, and it perfectly embodies the comics' mantra: Life Is Weird: Embrace It.
By Reza Farazmand
Welcome to Liz's Little World, filled with a zoo-worthy assortment of bears, otters, rabbits, sharks, hedgehogs, snakes, and all manner of cute critters.Outwardly innocent, they interact in both surprising and knowing ways that are at once clever and funny--and occasionally edgy. Enjoy your visit to this delightful place with The Little World of Liz Climo 2018 Wall Calendar featuring one of Liz's winning cartoons on every monthly spread.
By Liz Climo
From the purring cuddles that melt your heart to the prevalent scratches that scar your furniture, the telltale traits of a cat love affair are perfectly captured with warmth and humor by Yasmine Surovec in her popular CAT vs. HUMAN 2018 Wall Calendar.Comic strips from Yasmine’s popular blog and book collections are featured in this all-new calendar that cat lovers everywhere will relate to all year long.
By Yasmine Surovec
The cartoons of The New Yorker have entertained the magazine's readers for nearly a century. With unmatched visual sophistication and wit, they let no subject escape their scrutiny.A roster of extraordinary artists continues to create indelible images that vary in style and tone, whether whimsical, provocative, serene, or laugh-out-loud funny. The New Yorker's cartoons are always the talk of the town. The Cartoons from The New Yorker 2017-2018 16-Month Weekly Planner Calendar is a new 16-month weekly format that contains a humorous cartoon from The New Yorker each week, has an elastic band, a pocket, and space in the back for names, numbers, and notes. The new non-spiral binding still allows the calendar to lie flat when open, and the cartoon on the soft-touch cover is debossed gloss laminated for extra richness.
By Conde Nast