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A Cartoonist’s Diary

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

 
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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

 
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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

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

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

 
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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

 
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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

 
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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

 
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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