Thanks to all who entered the Pooch Café's 10 Year Anniversary Giveaway! We are excited to announce are winners! Cngratulations to the following people...
• Donna Watson
• Markku Siira
• Gina Bradburn
If you see your name above, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org using "Pooch Café Winner" as the subject line. Please note, winners have one week to claim their prize.
We're celebrating Pooch Café's 10th anniversary! Enter to win one of the three SIGNED Pooch Café prints pictured above by leaving a comment on this blog post. You must include your first and last name to be counted.
Three winners will be randomly picked on Tuesday, May 7th @ 10am CDT. Winners will be announced on the blog at 10:30am CDT that day. GOOD LUCK!
*This is an international giveaway
If Garfield spent as much time looking where he was going as he does looking at the audience to shrug, incidents like this could be easily avoided.
But it was the rest of the crowd who learned the biggest lesson that day, as a late-game substitution taught them all that there really isn't that much difference between a pitcher and a belly-itcher.
If you replaced "One Direction" with "N'Sync," I think this might be a perfect representation of my junior high years.
The Sunday funnies aren't always funny -- sometimes they can be sad and terrifying, like this Sunday Buni.
We've picked winners for our Free Comic Book Day giveaway! Congrats to the following peeps...
• Zachary Snyder: Pre-history of The Far Side
• Marcia Ugoletti: A Donald Duck comic book
• Mary Catherine Headley: Peanuts
• Mark Shoenfelt: Peanuts
• Brett Sovereign: Peantus
• Felix Christen: Peter Pan
If you see your name above, please send your shipping address to email@example.com and please use "FCBD Winner" as the subject line. Note: Winners have one week to submit their shipping info. Thanks to all who played along! MORE GIVEAWAYS TO COME!
Alright, here are the rules: You need to be a resident of the US or Canada and you must comment on this blog post by answering the following question (please include your first and last name)... What was the first comic collection you ever read?
Last month, GoComics began serializing Dan Thompson's series, "Rip Haywire and the Curse of Tangaroa," which reprises the 2011 graphic novel of the same name. A new installment in the saga will be posted on GoComics every Sunday. As Rip editor Reed Jackson advises, "take a peek inside the heart-stoppingly hilarious first few pages of this awesome-flavored, action-comedy blockbuster! No matter how freakishly large your seat is, we guarantee you'll be on the edge of it!
Also in recent GoComics creator news is Ruben "Tom The Dancing Bug" Bolling's video of cartoonists taking a stand against gun violence, which features original work by a score of top-flight cartoonists and narration by no less than Philip Seymour Hoffman and Julianne Moore.
Washington Post's "Comic Riffs" had the scoop in an interview with Bolling last week, which you can check out here.
That's about it for this little mini-post. In closing, enjoy this lovely slice of comic zen from the timeless Jim's Journal.
It's been a special couple of weeks here at GoComics HQ, and all the hard work by so many GoComicers has made being recognized on the global scale quite fulfilling.
So congrats to all! Frappuccino(s)* on me!
* offer expires 5/2/2013
As in, "I used to feed the rabies living under my floorboards, but I think they must have been allergic to marshmallow Pop-Tarts."
Thanks, The Creeps!