Wolf’s Baja by Craig MacIntosh.

Pictures from Robert Trail Library’s “Meet the Author” Series in Rosemount, Minnesota,
January 18, 2018. Spotlight on Craig MacIntosh. Craig talked about his latest action/thriller: Wolf’s Baja

As the previous artist on Sally Forth, Craig was my mentor when I took over the strip back in 2013. He’s an all around exceptional artist and writer.

For more info on Craig, check out his website at cjmacintosh.com

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Ted’s Karaoke Moment

For more on coloring the comics, check out the following.
Coloring the Sunday Comics
Coloring Spider-Man

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Happy New Year!

Saying goodbye to 2017…
Wishing everyone good health and happiness for 2018!

-Jim Keefe

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Francesco Marciuliano on 20 Years of Writing Sally Forth

Check out Francesco Marciuliano’s blog Medium Large
as he looks back on twenty years of writing the Sally Forth comic strip.
It Was 20 Years Ago Today

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Happy Holidays

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John Neggia I-304-76

Got a Christmas card just the other day from John and Virginia Neggia. John Neggia served with my Dad in Company I, 304th Infantry Regiment, 76th Division – part of Patton’s 3rd Army.

They were both only 18 years old when they started training at Camp McCoy in Wisconsin in the summer of 1944 (now Fort McCoy). I was fortunate enough to meet Mr. Neggia in 2004 at one of the 76th Division Reunions.

John And Virginia Neggia
2004 – 76th Division Reunion


And here’s a pic of the 1st Platoon of Company I which Private 1st Class John Neggia served in, led by 2nd Lt. Steve Galanes. Galanes is just to the left of the Company I flag.
(Click on the image to see larger.)

To the left of him is Pfc. John Neggia.

Mr. Neggia once told me the following story regarding this picture.

John Neggia and Pfc. Tobias Gutierrez (sitting to the right of Galanas) had no intention of sitting for this picture so they went and hid, but Lt. Galanes found them. Galanes then marched them over to have their pic taken with the Platoon – and had them sit on either side of him.


At 91, Mr. Neggia keeps active in part by sharing his remembrances of the War at memorial services and other gatherings saluting our Veterans. Here are just a few of the most recent.

World War II Veterans Look Back on the War
The Northern Virginian Daily – May 26, 2017

World War II Veterans Offer Lessons in History, Service and Courage
The Sun Community News – Elizabethtown, New York – March 14, 2017

Veterans Honored at Special Memorial Dedication
Interviewed by WDVM-TV – Video

Veterans reflect on World War II’s ending
The Northern Virginian Daily – May 22, 2015


And for more pics, videos and info on Company I, check out my web page: Company I

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Letters – Washington Post

A reader’s response to the recent Sally Forth storyline featuring Ted’s Dad dying – from the Washington Post.

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