Universal Press Syndicate newspaper feature:
By Bill Amend
The humor and appeal of FoxTrot derive from the interaction of it's characters, not from silly events imposed from without." -Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin and Hobbes
Everyone with a brother or sister knows about sibling rivalry, but when it involves Peter, Paige, and Jason Fox, the chaos that ensues is hilariously one of a kind. In Bill Amend's comic strip, FoxTrot, the three kids continuously push each other's buttons while parents Roger and Andy try somehow to keep up. Amend's insightful peek inside the Fox family provides fans with recognition and laughs.
Wildly FoxTrot featuers all the cartoons (including full-color Sunday's) from the best-sellers, May the Force Be With Us, and Take Us to Your Mall, and includes a special illustrated story.
Author's web site: www.foxtrot.com/
Life Begins at 6:40, is a riotous compilation that continues to examine the trials and tribulations familiar to every parent. Adam, a classic stay-at-home dad, tends to his three unruly kids while his wife Laura escapes to the office. Adam upends the traditional roles of men and women with liberal doses of humor and irony. Cartoonist Brian Basset clearly knows about the all-too-real frustrations of parenting, and Adam functions as an exasperated parent's best friend.
Adam fans will greatly enjoy Life Begins at 6:40
By Brian Basset
FoxTrot chronicles the Fox family and their typical suburban life. If by typical life you somehow meant iguanas, math jokes, World of Warcraft references, and one-up-manship in the sibling prank department.