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Kurt Ankeny: Day Four

Today, Kurt Ankeny’s Diary turns the volume way down so that color and patience can tell the story pretty much on their own. Continue reading

 

Kurt Ankeny: Day Three

Kurt Ankeny may think he’s got all the answers, but when it comes to swimming, “No” is a complete sentence. Diary: on the scene! Continue reading

 

Kurt Ankeny: Day Two

Into every life, a little rain must fall. And sometimes the rain comes with lightning, and lightning doesn’t mess around or care at all about history. Kurt Ankeny has the receipts! Continue reading

 

Kurt Ankeny: Day One

Kurt Ankeny is here, and his Cartoonist Diary came with him. In today’s colorful installment, he maintains good fatherly tradition: disappointing the youth of today. Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Five

In Kate Lacour’s final Diary entry, we see her dealing honestly with the difficulties of a carnivorous dinosaur attack. For serious! Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Four

Had a day packed full with parental obligations? Why not close it out Lacour style, with a fat slice of “Knifepoint Horror”? Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Three

Kate Lacour’s reaction to seeing a dead bird is one of many rock solid reminders of why Kate Lacour has been, and always will be, way cooler than me. Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Two

In today’s Diary, Kate gets a bit of a scolding from a friend who would prefer she not die at the hands of brain-eating amoeba. Continue reading