This week, cartoonist Sandra Bell-Lundy (“Between Friends”) launched a two-week fictional, humorous storyline as a way of remembering a good friend’s youngest brother. She explains how the story arc came about in her “Between Friends” blog.

 

Read more about the series in this Welland Tribune article.

Bill Griffith, cartoonist of “Zippy the Pinhead,” will be promoting his new graphic memoir, “Invisible Ink” at SPX (Small Press Expo) this weekend. 

Invisible Ink
Invisible Ink

In other news …

Mort Walker reminisces about some early characters that have appeared in “Beetle Bailey.”

Brian Walker takes a look back on the work of Al Stenzel, cartoonist of “The Tracey Twins” on the “Hi & Lois” blog.

Terri Libenson (“The Pajama Diaries”) writes a funny post on middle-aged brain fog.

David Reddick shares artwork of BFFs, Skip and Mike of “Intelligent Life.”

Dan Piraro shares a week’s worth of hilarious “Bizarro” cartoons.

Jim Keefe (“Sally Forth”) offers a sneak peek at an upcoming Sunday comic.

Finally, John Rose (“Barney Google and Snuffy Smith”) shares his Disney-inspired artwork.

Thanks for catching up on this week’s News Around the Kingdom.

See you again next Friday. Have a great week!

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