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Halloween: Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Glue Guns

I don’t really know how it started. It could’ve been when we made our younger daughter into the comic strip character Nancy as a nod to my friend and partner Jerry Scott. At the time, Jerry was drawing and writing … Continue reading

Cartooning on a Wish-You-Were-Deadline

Several weeks ago, I arrived back in the States from a USO tour aboard the USS Enterprise. A half dozen of us cartoonists went out to the Persian Gulf to draw for sailors and other troops in the area. But … Continue reading

Hmmm. 7 Weird Things Babies Do and Why—Parenting.com

Jerry and I are always on the lookout for subject matter for the strip. No offense, but generally, stories about something funny your kids said or did don’t cut it. They’re usually only funny to the family. That goes for … Continue reading

Might as well face it, I’m addicted to mail…email, that is.

When I first started out in cartooning, it was as a gag cartoonist. A gag cartoonist, for the uninitiated, is someone who draws single cartoons without recurring characters, usually just one picture with a caption. The gag cartoonist creates his … Continue reading

New Mom Guide: Going Out with Baby—Parenting.com

Here’s an article I’m sure will be of interest to new moms (and dads). It’s about preparing for different types of outings with the baby. When I got to the last one—”Blowout Kit”—I have to say, that’s not exactly what … Continue reading

FIVE SECRETS sort of interesting things about Baby Blues revealed in BBXX

“Secrets” may not be the right word. “Secrets” implies that someone else might be interested in knowing them. Or that they’re things we wouldn’t want out there. “Secrets” is also a word devised—first by magazines and TV, and now the … Continue reading

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