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King Features’ Cartoonists’ Work Spaces

I love taking a look at where other cartoonists work and can never resist studio tours, which is why I asked intrepid KF reporter, Tea Fougner to investigate where other KF cartoonists work.

I love Terry LaBan’s attic, but Tony DePaul’s workspace was my favourite:


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ComicsKingdom.Com – A Great Way to View Arctic Circle and Other Awesome Comics

Since I’ve been with King Features there have been two ways to view Arctic Circle (and other KF strips) every day online. You could look at it for free on a newspaper site, or you could pay for premium access to bigger strips and more archived material at Daily Ink (which we cartoonists get for free – one of the perks of the job).

Although I love my Daily Ink, I enjoyed seeing more feedback at a newspaper site. I’m hoping that the newest offering from King will give the best of both world. has gone live. It showcases all King Features Comics for free and you can comment on them, just as you do here and other, newspaper sites.

Comics Kingdom is a great way to read Arctic Circle on the iPad

For a small annual subscription fee, you can join Comics Kingdom Royal, the premium service.  As a member of Comics Kingdom Royal, you’ll have access to even more great stuff—like your own custom comics page, daily email delivery, a scrapbook where you can save your favorite comics, vintage comics and more.  If you were a DailyINK member, your account is waiting for you at Comics Kingdom Royal, with all of your favorites saved just the way you left them.

NCS Comic Strip Submission for Arctic Circle

I forgot to put up my entry for the National (that’s USA…) Cartoonists Society’s Comic Strip category (won this year by Brian Basset for “Red and Rover”), so here are the 2012 Arctic Circle cartoons in my submission (though the dailies were sent in in black and white):

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