Author Archives: Jim Keefe

About Jim Keefe

Jim Keefe is the current artist of the Sally Forth comic strip, he is also the writer and artist of the Flash Gordon comic strip - both available at ComicsKingdom.com. A graduate of the Joe Kubert School, Keefe likewise teaches Comic Art. Teaching and speaking engagements include SVA in Manhattan, Hofstra’s UCCE Youth Programs, The University of Minnesota and most recently the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

Happy New Year!

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

Posted in Sally Forth | Tagged | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Francesco Marciuliano, Sally Forth | Leave a comment

Happy Holidays

Posted in Sally Forth | Tagged | Leave a comment

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Company I | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Letters – Washington Post

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

Posted in Sally Forth | Comments Off on Letters – Washington Post

NCS Thanks & Giving Auction

Would you like to own an original Sally Forth comic strip? Click on image to go to the auction. The National Cartoonists Society has partnered with Heritage Auctions for the NCS Thanks & Giving Auction. All proceeds from the auction … Continue reading

Posted in Sally Forth | Comments Off on NCS Thanks & Giving Auction

Join the Battle for Net Neutrality

For more info on how to contact Congress to stop the FCC from killing net neutrality, go to battleforthenet.com

Posted in Ramblings & Reviews | Comments Off on Join the Battle for Net Neutrality