BC by Mastroianni and Hart -- 02 June 2011
... kind of sounds like a lot of the politicians in D.C. these days.
Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller -- 02 August 2011
Here are a few new comics I've been following on the web
Well summer is officially here. Happy longest day of the year, well, with relation to sunlight that is.
Cow and Boy by Mark Leiknes -- 21 June 2011
Remember, this is really not about saving planet earth but keeping the climate unchanged for us. The earth will be here for a very long time to come. It ain't going nowhere. But, if the climate changes to much, we, the human race, are doomed.
Comic strip artist Brian Basset has created a drawing depicting his characters, Red and Rover, racing alongside the space shuttle as it lands for the final time. After 30 years and more than 130 missions, NASA's space shuttle fleet will retire later this year.
A poster commemorating the Space Shuttle Program's 30th anniversary will feature Basset's cartoon and a patch selected as part of a contest among NASA employees to honor the program.
"The U.S. space program has been the one constant throughout my entire life," Basset said. "I was humbled and honored when given the opportunity to create the art for the commemorative Space Shuttle Program 30th anniversary poster."
Basset, a supporter of space exploration, created "Red and Rover" in 2000. A comic strip with a retro feel, it is about the unconditional love between a boy and his dog. The pair often dreams of going to space together. Nominated by the National Cartoonists Society for Best Comic Strip of the Year in 2003 and 2010, "Red and Rover" appears in more than 160 newspapers worldwide and syndicated by Universal Uclick.
Natural Selection by Russ Wallace -- 31 March 2004