Big Calvin and Hobbes fans probably already know this, but those of you who were more casual cartoon readers, or have yet to discover Bill Watterson’s goofy duo, UComics is reprinting Calvin and Hobbes online!
It’s nice to see them again on a daily basis, although my Calvin and Hobbes book collection helps me whenever I need a boy/tiger comic fix.
Two C&H books every cartoonist should own:
The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book
Calvin and Hobbes: Sunday Pages 1985-1995
I’ve been a big fan of Cartoonist Profiles magazine since I started out in cartooning. I first discovered it in a book on cartooning at my local library. My wife actually got me a subscription for my birthday and it’s been an invaluable source of information, humor and motivation since.
That’s why I’m so excited that Jud Hurd, editor of Cartoonist Profiles, has published ‘Cartoon Success Secrets: A Tribute To 30 Years Of Cartoonist Profiles’. My wife just got it for me for my birthday as well. Weird eh?!
It’s just a wonderful book! Many of my favorite articles are included as well as some fascinating background on Hurd himself!
Any cartoonist worth his or her salt (except those on low-sodium diets) needs to pick this one up!
I’m pleased to announce that our humble little cartoon website is Good Housekeeping’s Site of the Day today!
Many of my family cartoons have been printed in Good Housekeeping over the years, and it’s always a pleasure to be in such good company!
Hello to all of our new visitors and daily cartoon subscribers! I hope you enjoy the cartoons!
OK, the results are in for cartooning’s Oscar, the Reuben!
Here are the winners:
2003 Reuben Award and Division Award Winners
Cartoonist of the Year:
Milt Canifff Lifetime Achievement Award:
Jerry Van Amerongen (“Ballard Street”)
Stephan Pastis (“Pearls Before Swine”)
Magazine Feature/Magazine Illustration:
Terry Moore: “Strangers in Paradise”
Paul Rudish: “Star Wars: Clone Wars”
Andrew Stanton: “Finding Nemo”