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Shakespeare vs. Seamonster

Sorry it’s been so long since my last Shakespeare post. You can catch up on the rest of the story (so far) at these links: https://pezcita.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/jay-finds-a-starving-artist-or-the-twelfth-night-strikes-again/ , https://pezcita.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/all-in-character-now-or-shakespeare-chooses-at-setting/ , https://pezcita.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/shakespeare-invents-a-new-genre-or-only-the-stumped-survive/ , https://pezcita.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/shakespeare-didnt-do-his-homework-or-the-great-bandaide-boondoggle/ , https://pezcita.wordpress.com/2013/09/28/the-shakespeare-saga-continues/ Look for more entries coming soon! … Continue reading

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The Banned Book Blues

Last year around this time, Freshly Pressed featured an article titled “Are You With the Banned?”. I thought it was an excellent pun, and  . . . well . . . this was the only good “band” quote I could … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Didn’t do his Homework or The Great Bandaide Boondoggle

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Jay Finds a Starving Artist or The Twelfth Night Strikes Again

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On Going Out Without Growing Up: Richard Thompson’s Last Cul de Sac Strip

Richard Thompson’s Cul de Sac is the best comic strip of the past decade, hands down. Not that others weren’t entertaining, but Cul de Sac had something extra. Thompson’s Petey and Alice are two of the most human characters to … Continue reading

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And Now, the Conclusion of “The Peace Offering”

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Portrait of the Author as a Young Artist

OK, I know what some of you are thinking. “These drawings are so amateurish. How did you ever get into drawing comic strips, and why have you practiced so little?” That’s kind of a long story, but here goes. I fell in … Continue reading

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