Category Archives: King Features

Jay Kennedy 1956-2007

-Originally posted at Comics Kingdom. I first met Jay back in 1989. I was fresh out of the Joe Kubert School and he was interviewing applicants for a colorist position that had just opened up at King Features. Suffice it … Continue reading

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Sally Forth – Drop Panels

Comic Strips are formatted different ways for different size requirements. The “drop panel” is a panel or tier of the strip that can be omitted because of size restrictions without affecting the gag or storyline. For example, Here’s today’s Sunday … Continue reading

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The Chronicles of Nona

Art: Craig MacIntosh (earlier strips) and Jim Keefe (most recent). To borrow from Lee Falk, For those who came in late… The breakup… Holiday cheer… After the holidays, a less than stellar reunion… Missing a beat… Things go from bad … Continue reading

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Sally Forth – Passing the Torch

As many of you have already heard, I’m the new artist of the Sally Forth comic strip. My name has been on the dailies since March 11th, and even though I drew the strip for this past Sunday (3/31/2013), that … Continue reading

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Sew Simple

For the past fifteen years or so I’ve been providing illustrations for a syndicated column called Sew Simple. When I started the feature it was written by Eunice Farmer, now it’s done by her daughter, Vicki Farmer Ellis. Basically what’s … Continue reading

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