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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Conservative comics

City Journal profiles two comic strips with a conservative bent, Mallard Fillmore and Prickly City. The article also mentions the popular Web comic Day By Day.

I haven't read many Web comic strips that are overtly political, though I'm sure there are some out there. It sticks out when one shows the story from a distinctly conservative perspective. This chapter of Better Days (which is not a strip for kids) is very funny; it hammers a typical liberal schoolteacher and her class's indoctrination.


At 1:48 PM, Blogger BizzyBlog said...

There are some other good ones out there.

This is a great link to what the Toonsmiths are up to:

Also, I have been cartooning on the 2nd District OH Special Election on August 2, mainly because I wasn't in the mood to blog about it. My pre-election collection is here (yeah, shameless plug, but also proof that I better keep my day job):

Tom Blumer


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