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.
My friends at Most Wanted Fine Art (MWFA) dragged a car all around the country, wheat pasting photos of supporters onto the car only to end up smashing the vehicle at a country fair.
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 first day of the week gets a pretty bad rap, but is Monday really the worst? Sure, you're probably a little bummed about
Below, meet some of the Sushi Cats and their unique purrr-sonalities, which have been loosely translated from NekoZushi.com
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.
This is what culinary pride looks like.
“This started off as a picture of a cat, but rare is an image that evokes that much comedy,” producer Todd Garner ("Anger