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The spinning wheel of the TDC subject lands on…
In Delaware, a politician, running for a position to verify the correctness and maintain the laws, stole the property of Ann Telnaes and The Washington Post, retouched the original meaning, cut out Ann’s name and, without permission, used it as campaign advertising.
The next round gives us… Lists
Brian Cronin of Comic Book Resources gives the most recent vote of Best Comic Book Writers and Artists of All Time (50 favorites in each category). Spoiler for Silver Age Marvel Maniacs: None of the main Marvel Bullpen from the 1960s or 1970s get the top spot.
Spin again and it’s… Shades of grey
Mike from Comic Strip of the Day has mentioned on occasion that a number of editorial cartoonists on occasion will have the same idea. This is also not unknown to comic book artists.
You can see my Halloween related cartoons here at TomFalco.com.
But know what? John Deering, the illustrator of Strange Brew, ran the same thing yesterday on GoComics.com
The Center for Comics Studies was challenged by the Office of the Secretary of State of Vermont and Vermont Humanities to create a graphic guide to the past, present, and promise of democracy and civic education in our brave little state. Freedom and unity are the answer to this challenge.
Here in Vermont, freedom is not every man for himself and unity does not mean uniformity. From Town Meetings to Co-ops to the State House, Vermont’s approach to democracy is by turns unique, varied and inspired.
Lying man? Mister Fantastic? Elastic boy? Stretch Armstrong?