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Paul Gilligan, creator of Pooch Cafe, has created a plush version of his Poncho character. Poncho is a huggable, furry, plush pooch and could not be cuter. Adopt yours today!
By Paul Gilligan
This just in: Three adorable house cats are reporting the most hilarious breaking news! Based on author/illustrator Georgia Dunn’s real life pets, Elvis, Lupin, and Puck strap on neckties and pick up microphones to provide the most up-to-date relevant news stories (at least according to them).
Cats reporting on the news that matters to cats with stories such as The Vacuum Cleaner Is Back! , The Woman Is Cooking Bacon! , and The Ceiling Cats Are Everywhere Tonight! Cynical, no nonsense Elvis and shy, sweet, sensitive Puck are the reporter kitties in the field, while the adventurous jokester Lupin serves as anchor cat. Together they break headlines on the food bowl, new plants, mysterious red dots, strange cats in the yard, and all the daily happenings in their home.
By Georgia Dunn
The only cartoon strip to focus on life after kids, pets, and a career, The Elderberries is Hogan's Heroes set in a retirement community.
As more than a third of our nation's population strolls into senior citizenry, cartoonists Phil Frank and Joe Troise present The Elderberries--a heartwarming strip that follows the lives of five aging friends who reside at Elderpark, the "good place to park your elder."
The residents of Elderpark include Dusty, the General, the Professor, Boone, and Evelyn, along with Miss Overdunne, who manages the property for the corporate bean counters at Jujitsu Heavy Industries (based in Hong Kong). Covert field trips, practical jokes, and dueling games of poker and word play keep this spirited group of elders one step ahead of ailments and the anarchy of aging.
This is the first Elderberries book collection.
By Phil Frank and Joe Troise
Cartoonists are passionate about Richard Thompson’s work, and Cul de Sac has been given high praise from Bill Watterson.Cul de Sac chronicles the absurdly wonderful adventures of the Otterloop family. Alice, Petey, Mom, and Dad live in the cookie-cutter suburbs not far from the interstate. Here, and at school, their day-to-day life unfolds with simple joys, tiny infractions, and wonderful moments of gentle bliss.In this specially curated collection for kids, the quirky world of Cul de Sac comes to life for a new audience."One of the five best features in any newspaper, period." -The Comics Reporter". . . (Thompson) produces one of the few strips around where nearly every individual panel is standalone delight." -The Onion A.V. Club"I can't say enough in his favor, so much is my admiration for his work." -Pat Oliphant". . . much-needed jolt of energy to the daily newspaper. We have a real talent here." -Bill Watterson (creator of Calvin and Hobbes)
By Richard Thompson
Mark Heath's cartoons have a warmth and energetic innocence that just make you want to smile." -Casey Shaw, USA Weekend
* Spot the Frog is internationally syndicated to papers ranging from the Chicago Tribune and Houston Chronicle to Canada's Vancouver Sun and Spain's Trinidad Guardian.
It's Hard to Comb a Grass Toupee follows Mark Heath's unlikely cast of cartoon creations, including amiable amphibian Spot, his grandfatherly two-legged mammal friend Karl, and Spot's bespectacled best friend and fellow frog Buddy. Together these friends explore the lighter side of life offering readers Zenlike escape and reflection in answering such questions as: Do frogs prefer boxers or briefs? Do snow goats winter in Karl's freezer? Are turtles so slow that they're actually fast? And can a grass toupee guarantee happiness?
Author's web site: www.spotthefrog.net/
By Mark Heath