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February 03, 2014

She said "YEAH!"

Ordinary Bill by Will Wilson |
Ordinary Bill by Will Wilson |


Cartoonist Will Wilson, creator of the Ordinary Bill comic strip, is getting married! His marriage proposal is certainly one of the cutest I've ever seen. Watch Will propose to his girlfriend via his comic strip (while secretly filming her)! I'll bet you can't make it through this video without a gigantic smile on your face.





CONGRATS, WILL! We wish you and that beautiful fiancee of yours the very best!


➜ Read Ordinary Bill comics here!

December 29, 2013

When do you take your Christmas decorations down?


November 26, 2013



Jan "Stone Soup" Eliot's in Keef Knight's "The Knight Life" this week!


The Knight Life by Keith Knight
The Knight Life by Keith Knight |


See more Jan Eliot/The Knight Life crossover here.

Read why Jan's in the comic here.

November 06, 2013

Let's go pumpkin caroling!



Click here for Peanuts comics!

October 16, 2013

It's National Boss' Day

Happy Boss' Day to all the great bosses in the world. I'm talking to you, GENE!


PS- Dilbert's Facebook page is giving away two archive-quality SIGNED Sunday comic prints (featuring Pointy-Haired Boss)! Don't miss out! This contest is short and ends on Friday (10/18) at 10am CT. 




September 19, 2013

Argh Matey! It's International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Ahoy! Grog-filled Thursday. I mean, grog-filled International Speak Like a Scurvy Pirate Day! Savage Chickens be nailin' it 'tis week!

Savage Chickens by Doug Savage1
Savage Chickens by Doug Savage2
Savage Chickens by Doug Savage3
Savage Chickens by Doug Savage4

Ye'll have to wait 'til to'morrow fer Friday's scurvy pirate comic. 'Tis a great!


Add Savage Chickens to your My Comics Page. 

September 09, 2013

IIIIT'S Teddy Bear Day!

Teddy Bear Day is a real day, and it's happening right now! Did you know? It occurs every September 9th. This cartoon from Jen Sorenson seems rather fitting... 

Teddy Bear Day
Jen Sorensen |

August 02, 2013

I want!

My dog ate my glasses a few months ago. I need to get another pair. I think I totally need these...

July 22, 2013

Thanks, SDCC!


Click image to view entire SDCC photo album
Click above to view entire SDCC photo album


We're back in Kansas City after an amazing week at San Diego Comic-Con. It was our TENTH YEAR attending this Con. Wow. Special thanks to all who stopped by our GoComics/Andrews McMeel Publishing booth. Follow us closely on social media this week for special post-SDCC giveaways.


We put together a photo album of our experience at at comic-con. Click here to see the entire album. We're already pumped about next year!

June 06, 2013

Attending Heroes Con this year?

If you're one of the lucky ones attending Heroes Con this year, stop by the Team Cul de Sac booth (AA-630), and don't miss these fun events:


SATURDAY, 6/8 @ 11am


Eisner-nominated Chris Sparks started Team Cul de Sac in 2010 to raise money for Parkinson’s research.  In honor of Richard Thompson, the Reuben award-winning cartoonist of the daily strip, Cul de Sac, Sparks assembled the book, Team Cul de Sac: Cartoonists Draw the Line at Parkinson’s.  The team continues to fundraise through book sales, auction items from cartoonists and the annual HeroesCon Drink and Draw event.  The panel features Chris Sparks talking with TCDS contributors Steve Conley, SL GallantDave McDonald,Craig Fischer and more!  See it, then stop by their table and see some of the items they’re auctioning off this weekend, including the rare Bill Watterson signed copy of The Complete Calvin and Hobbes, and an Art Spiegelman signed and sketched edition of Maus!



SATURDAY, 6/8 @ 3pm


Room 209/210: MEGA MUSIC PANEL: “And Brainiac on Xylophone”:
On the Intersection(s) of Comics and Music 

Comics and music share a lot of affinities—both depend heavily on rhythm and intervals, and many cartoonists are also musicians—and cartoonist Ben Towle and blogger Craig Fischer have organized a diverse smorgasbord of a panel to explore these affinities. Ben will discuss the many ways cartoonists represent music visually, and will chair a wide-ranging panel on comics and music with Peter Bagge (Hate,Yeah!), Ed Piskor (Hip-Hop Family Tree), Andrew Robinson and Vivek J. Tiwary (The Fifth Beatle). Craig will talk about the work of Marc Weidenbaum, an editor, teacher and musician who’s been combining comics and music in his creative projects for over two decades. And Charlotte avant-duo Ghost Trees (Brent Bagwell on saxophone, Seth Nanaa on drums) will participate in two live comics/music performances, including a soundtrack for Joe Lambert’s “Turtle, Keep It Steady,” a rock-n-roll retelling of the Tortoise-Hare fable! 



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