Monthly Archives: July 2011

Frank Page and a Squirrel named Bob

Frank Page is one talented artist and cartoonist. His comic “Bob the Squirrel” tells of a squirrel with attitude and Frank’s own inner voice coming to the surface. The character Bob originated while Frank watched a squirrel scamper across a … Continue reading

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The Brilliant Mind of John Hambrock

John Hambrock is the creator of the comic strip “The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee”. John is an amazing artist who never really intended to go in the direction of cartoons. It was while working for Chicago Loop Design Agency … Continue reading

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Brad Diller: It’s a Funday Morning

Brad Diller is one down to earth and fun man to talk with. He is also a very talented cartoonist of the comic “Funday Morning”. Brad started his quest as a cartoonist in 1992 having his comic appear in many … Continue reading

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Piers Baker: The Gem of Ollie and Quentin

Ollie and Quentin is one of the most endearing comic strips I’ve ever read. It is beautifully drawn and the humor is genuine. Every time I read Ollie and Quentin I can’t help but laugh. British cartoonist Piers Baker is … Continue reading

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