Golden Bell Entertainment announced recently that they will launch their first collaborative arts project called The Sunday Comics. The start of this project begins with "The Sunday Comics," a monthly 15" x 22" inch newspaper publication reminiscent of the comics sections we grew up with.
He loves all food, but particularly lasagna. He hates spiders, dieting and Odie the dog. He sheds a lot, and then he sleeps a lot.
Cartoonist Jim Davis is the man behind lasagne-loving, Monday-hating Garfield the cat, who lives with his long-suffering owner, Jon, and fellow pet and perennial crossword puzzle clue, Odie the dog.
The ridiculous adorable portraits are available for sale online. Some cost more than $400 per portrait. There are other items
The documentary Dear Mr. Watterson explores what makes Calvin & Hobbes so special, beloved, and influential, and why its creator was willing to take on newspapers and the comics industry not only to serve his creation, but comics in general.
The project is being likened to "Garfield," with Grumpy Cat, whose real name is Tardar Sauce, able to spew her unfriendly
Remember Def Comedy Jam? Remember Garfield? Obviously, it was only a matter of time before these two worlds collided. In
During a single year of the not-great Harding presidency, four great cartoonists came into the world. Two of those 1922-born men died recently -- "The Family Circus" creator Bil Keane in November and the Joker creator (some say co-creator) Jerry Robinson in December.
She stole hearts in "Can't Hardly Wait" and even showed the knack to talk with ghosts on CBS, but when it comes to awards
Comedian Brandy Barber spotted this amazingly earnest review of the Telemania Garfield Phone on amazon.com and we just had
By Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Cartoonist Jim Davis apologized Thursday for a Garfield strip that some veterans may have