Check out the latest and also the greatest cartoons on my GoComics page! Yes, it's a rerun; a classic cartoon from the past. Throwing these in every once in awhile for some added interest for my new fans! Some of these kids have doubtless never seen some of my best stuff from years ago. I feel I must educate them, for I am as a teacher of cartoon history to the mindless youths with their smart phones. See it here!
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The Daily Cartoonist gave me a mention this morning. See it here!
Getting psyched for a new venture in the cartooning career! Main stream, comic strips, fun for the whole family! Ideas are coming at me from everywhere. Fun stuff! And I figure if I'm having a ball, readers will too. Check out Universal UClick's GoComics page tomorrow, and we'll see if they are really going to do it. Well, they signed a contract so I am pretty sure they will, but I never get my hopes up until I see a thing actually happen. Fingers crossed!
It's coming! My debut in mainstream syndicated online comics. It's going to be a lot of added work to my schedule but this will be the most fun I've had in cartooning in a long time. I'm used to the grind after cranking out 25 cartoons a month for 35 years; that's not a concern. I'm just hoping it will become popular with America and then the world! You never know in this business, it could happen! Here's a free sample.
My new comic feature Looks Good On Paper is set to launch next week on Universal Uclick's GoComics! There will be new comic strips, along with a sprinkling of cartoons from my 39 years as a professional magazine, greeting card and editorial newspaper cartoonist.
I've always wanted my own comic strip feature, and I've tried with a few attempts at syndication in the past. This time they came to me and asked if I wanted to create a feature for their GoComics online service. I said, "Sure, why not?" ( After 39 years, they must think I've finally got the hang of this cartoonistry stuff, I guess! )
The feature will showcase the kind of humor that got me where I am today. Zany, off-the-wall, unpredictable and going where few cartoonists venture, yet staying suitable for all ages, young or old. That's a bit of a new twist, but not a stretch at all, since I've always been a real choir boy at heart.
There's no telling where the feature will go, and I have lots of new ideas filling my head about cool things to do! Picture a variety show on the comics page. They gave me carte blanche and I intend to take full advantage of it. I haven't been this excited about a project in ages and I hope I can get readers excited too about what a modern day comic strip can be. After all, I've been thinking about it for four decades!
Dan Collins, American cartoonist and all around funny guy.