We know life can get busy! At the end of each week, we compile the most pressing GoComics blog posts from the week to ensure you didn’t miss a thing!
“By 1990, I was making more money moonlighting as a cartoonist than I was at my engineering job, and was having a blast at it. So I started to think seriously about leaving my engineering job. One day, I just made the decision to go full-time as a cartoonist. I would be giving up a steady paycheck and lots of benefits, but I loved the freedom and creativity of cartooning and knew that was where I wanted to go. In July 1990, at age 30, I quit my day job and never looked back.”
“Sometimes we like to stop on the way to admire other timeless treasures like Nancy Classics and Peanuts Begins, both originating in the 1950s and still continuing to enchant readers of all ages today. It’s always funny to see Charlie Brown sans his iconic zig-zag shirt, and the Golden Age of Nancy in her poodle skirt and bobby sox is a delightful experience that never disappoints.”
Another week has flown by!