by The King

This week, we welcomed guest blogger Kurt Kolka, freelance cartoonist and author of “Bullying Is No Laughing Matter,” into the Comics Kingdom fold. Kurt has done an amazing job this week of sharing his valuable insights and personal experience with bullying. it's been a pleasure and honoring getting to know him, and we give him a hearty round of applause for his work on the blog this week. Thank you, Kurt! Fans may purchase a copy of Kurt Kolka's book here.

While we are on the topic of bullying, we encourage you to check out Bill Bettwy's “Bullies Beware” special weeklong series in which Tillman faces a school bully head-on using reason and quick comebacks. it is a great series because it approaches bullying from a different perspective and places the power back with the intended target.  Fans can read the entire series online at or on Comics Kingdom. 

Take It From The Tinkersons, March 16, 2015
Take It From The Tinkersons, March 16, 2015

In other news …

We are excited to announce the launch of the new, a brand-new website from Francesco Marciuliano and Jim Keefe! Please stop by for a visit and let us know what you think about our latest website.

John Rose and his wife, who are big fans of "The Andy Griffith Show," spent a weekend in Mayberry (a.k.a. Mount Airy, N.C.)  ...

Brian Walker shares the inspiration behind Beetle Bailey’s name and how it evolved from Spider to Beetle ...

Dan Piraro posted a week’s worth of “Bizarro” cartoons that include mentions of Hagen Dazs, a message in a bottle, political correctness and pigeons in the park ... 

Norm Feuti (“Retail”) discusses the latest comics crossover set at Grumbel’s Department Store ...

Finally, Rina Piccolo (“Tina's Groove”) enjoyed some well-deserved downtime but still managed to mix work with pleasure.

This concludes this week's News Around The Kingdom!

Thanks for catching up with us. See you again next Friday! Happy Spring!





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