part 2 of Blockhead’s interview with Jan Eliot, cartoonist of the wonderful syndicated comicstrip, “Stone Soup”! Join Geoff and Jan for a relaxed and engaging discussion about Jan’s career, comics, and cartooning
”Blockhead”’s celebration of “Dennis the Menace” continues with Ron Ferdinand, longtime cartoonist of the “Dennis” Sunday strip! Ron has a treasure trove of stories to tell about his years working with Hank Ketcham, about cartooning and his work as standard-bearer for one of the longest-running and most popular comic strips in the world!
“Dennis the Menace” takes over “Blockhead”! The wonderful Marcus Hamilton, daily cartoonist of “Dennis the Menace”, is here to talk about Dennis, the Mitchells, Mr. & Mrs. Wilson, his career as a top-notch illustrator in the 1970s and how a chance glimpse of a TV interview with Hank Ketcham revitalized his career and led him to a dream job drawing one of the most iconic characters in comics history.
Part 2 of the Lynn Johnston interview! Lynn talks about her friendship with Charles Schulz and his response to Farley’s death, as well as some of the many other groundbreaking( & sometimes heartbreaking) storylines in her long-running comicstrip,”For Better or For Worse”!
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Lynn Johnston on Blockhead! Need I say more? One of the greatest cartoonists of the last 50 years talks with Geoff about her life, career and her ground-breaking and beloved syndicated comicstrip, “For Better or For Worse”.
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Part 2 of our interview with Brian Gordon, creator of the hilarious “Fowl Language”; comics to raise your kids by!
Find Brian Gordon at fowllanguagecomics.com and Instagram @fowllanguagecomics as well on GoComics.com
Cartoonist Tim Jones of the successful self-syndicated comicstrip, “Sour Grapes” (sourgrapescomic.com) is here to talk about “Peanuts”, comics, self-syndication, life-and yes, near-death encounters of the heart-attack variety.