NEW COMIC MONDAY!
Help us welcome Randolph Itch by Pulitzer-Prize winning cartoonist, Tom Toles!
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NEW COMIC MONDAY!
New Comic Monday: Help us welcome Ricig’s Toon Trivia to GoComics!
Consider this your adult daily pop quiz. Pop culture + your love for comics + random knowledge = our newest comic panel, “Ricig Toon Trivia”! Mike Ricigliano brings you new questions and artwork daily.
See more Toon Trivia
NEW COMIC MONDAY: Badlands by Steve McGary
About the Strip:
Having debuted in 1988 in the short-lived British daily, The Post, Steve McGarry’s western spoof strip “Badlands” was snapped up the following year by The Sun, Britain’s best-selling newspaper. The silly and saucy antics of Marshal Mask and his motley mob of maladjusted misfits were an immediate hit with the paper’s 7.5 million readers. During its 12-year run in The Sun, Badlands spawned two best-selling book collections in the UK.
Click here to view full-size comic: http://bit.ly/WRTyvj
Help us welcome Nothing is not Something by Greg Wallace to GoComics!
About the strip:
This comic strip is a view of the world as seen through the dirty glasses of a boy named Wally. He’s a bit of a loner, a bit of a daydreamer and he has a bit of an attitude. Armed with his trusty pen, he fills his sketchbooks with scribbles and doodles forming a potpourri of ideas he entitles “Nothing is not Something.” With this collection, he hopes one day to become a world-famous artist, or at the very least, a cartoonist, the drunken-uncle of the art world.
At this point, “Nothing is not Something” does not appear in any newspapers, in any city, in any country, on any planet, in any universe. That’s because Wally doesn’t want to be “owned” by “The Man.” That’s his story and he’s sticking to it.
This Week’s GoComics Staff Pick: The Fusco Brothers
This pick comes from our Assistant Managing Editor, Clint Hooker: There are many reasons I count The Fusco Brothers as one of my favorite comics, not the least of which is that creator J.C. Duffy submits his work consistently ahead of deadlines. I also like the strips’ appearance, which is generally a horizontal single panel for dailies. In a world of shrinking comics pages, The Fusco Brothers holds up well. And Duffy’s writing strength is in producing gags that don’t feel like gags, even in limited space. His jokes develop quickly without feeling hurried, and are concluded with masterful payoffs. But beyond the aesthetics and deadlines, Duffy has endowed his titular characters with a humor that is right up my alley. Many of the gags are things we would like to say, but rarely have the courage (or is it the good sense?) to utter to another human being. Whether they’re pickup lines at happy hour, a therapy session or even in front of a judge, The Fusco Brothers holds nothing back.
NEW COMIC MONDAY!
Help us welcome McArroni by Julian Loayza and Carmen Pérez! Click here to view on GoComics.
About the strip:
McArroni is about a slightly fat bird and his eccentric friend, Amadeo. Both are going to have amazing adventures in this dialogue-free format strip, not always finding the easiest way to solve problems. McArroni is in love with Anis but she doesn’t seem to be too enthusiastic about it. As a hobby, McArroni and Amadeo will try once in a while to kill a shy and peaceful cat. Sometimes they are even cute characters.
We launched a new comic this week: Dixie Drive by Rich Powell
Check it out: www.gocomics.com/dixie-drive
About Dixie Drive:
Welcome to Dixie Drive, the main drag through that little town up the road. Make a right or left onto any side street and who knows what or who you might come across. These folks are as unpredictable as a squirrel in the street on a hot summer’s day and they don’t care what you think about it. They’re not hurting anybody, (except maybe themselves). they’re just playing their cards with the hand they were dealt, so stand back and we’ll see what they come up with next. The folks near Dixie Drive might reside in some backwater southern town and some of their weirdness may be particularly “Southern” but don’t kid yourself, this is Small Town America: the same animal from Portland East to Portland West. Woof!
New Comic Monday! Help us welcome Mike Lester’s new web comic: Mike du Jour.
We really enjoyed reading all of the comments about your favorite childhood books! We now have our winners for our first GoComics International Literacy Month giveaway! Congrats to the following winners:
• Michael Ruotolo: Curious George
• Virginia Magers: To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street
• Austin Oconnell Milne: Where The Wild Things Are
• Dana: Go Dogs, Go.
If you see your name above, please click here to send your shipping address to us. Please also use “International Literacy Month Winner” as the subject line. Winners have one week (Wed. 9/26) to send a shipping address to us. Thanks to all who played along. We’ll have another Literacy Month giveaway in the very near future.
This Week’s GoComics Staff Pick: Luann
This pick comes from our International Sales Administrator, Kelly Kranz: Luann is one of my favorite comic strips and always makes me laugh. I think that everyone can relate to Luann thinking back to their own adolescence years growing up and get a good laugh. The relationship between Luann and Tiffany is always entertaining. I think we’ve all known a Tiffany in our own lives! I think it’s a great strip for readers of all ages, young and old! Enjoy.
We launched a new web comic this morning, please join us in welcoming Foolish Mortals by Tom Horcek.
About Foolish Mortals:
Tom Horacek’s Foolish Mortals is a beautifully drawn look into a bleak, funny world. The art is precise and crisply realized. His characters convey emotion with the twist of a line, and his writing is elegantly witty. You may not want to identify with some of his unfortunate creations, but you are sure to enjoy their adventures.
This Week’s Staff Pick: Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis
In celebration of Read Comics in Public day, we’re giving away FOUR comic books on Twitter:
• Pearls Before Swine: Sgt. Piggy’s Lonely Hearts Club Comic by Stephan Pastis
• FoxTrot Sundaes by Bill Amend
• The Get Fuzzy Experience by Darby Conley
• Dilbert: I’m Tempted to Stop Acting Randomly by Scott Adams
Contest ends tomorrow (Wednesday, 8/29) @ 10am CDT. Four winners will be announced @ 10:30a. Click here for a chance to win!
This Week’s GoComics Staff Pick: Tom the Dancing Bug!
This pick comes from Universal Uclick’s Director of Digital Content, David Ohman: What can I say about Ruben Bolling that he hasn’t already said? His thoughful wit and forthright humor always strikes a cord with me. He’s also a fine ukulele player, although his concert contract rider is a pain. See more Tom the Dancing Bug!