Comic Strip Artists Honor Memory of 9/11 Victims, and Then There's 'Ca
September 12th, 2011 10:52 AM
Like most newspaper readers, I like a good break from news coverage -- and the usual liberal biases therein -- by escaping to the comics pages. Yesterday reading through the Washington Post's comics section, I was struck by how many of the syndicated artists ran appropriate, even touching tributes to the victims and heroes of September 11 from strips like "Blondie," "Beetle Bailey" and "Hagar…
'Candorville' Strip Mocks CBS Early Show's Taste for Fluffy News
January 12th, 2011 10:55 AM
Cartoonist Darrin Bell is no conservative. His syndicated comic strip "Candorville," when it does get political, often skews to the left.
But Bell's January 10 strip caught my eye the other day for mocking a dreadfully dopey line uttered by CBS correspondent Priya David-Clemens on the January 3 "CBS Early Show."
"Gandhi likely never had a year like [Lindsay] Lohan's 2010," David-Clemens…