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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Sneak Peek, Updated

Here are three roughs for the next Cul de Sac book. Which one will it be? See below.





And the final cover-




If this seems familiar, it is.

22 comments:

todd said...

the mighty alice one.

more intriguing - chip kidd?

Ironmom (Julie) said...

I love the middle one. Mine, mine, mine, mine, mine!

Nazifa said...

I vote for "The Mighty Alice."

max xiantu said...

Definitely "The Mighty Alice". It just looks super fun party time yay.

Michael Hartford said...

"Mighty Alice" for sure!

Andy said...

"The Mighty Alice", if only for the kibitzing from Mom and Petey.

Mister Fweem said...

Here's a dissenting vote for Alice & Petey.

carl craig said...

i think it would be the mighty alice fantastic richard from what year wil the comics be from

nolanart said...

I'd buy any of 'em!

FrankFay said...

The first two are great but Blisshaven Days looks good- and commercial

Neil J Murphy said...

I'm going with 'Blisshaven Days' as well.

Stay Puft said...

If each little square in the border of "Alice & Petey" will have a little illustration in it, then I vote for that one, for sure!

Ken Marciniak said...

Outstanding! I can't wait! I asked for and received the first book for Christmas. My whole family loved it!

richardcthompson said...

There are, of course, no losers here! Though some answers were wrong. Thank you all for playing!

The strips in this book pick up where Shapes & Colors ends.

Rotem said...

Definitely the right choice. :)

richardcthompson said...

And I was just kidding about Chip Kidd.

joe said...

yay! my daughter has the t-shirt! Richard, this would mean a lot more to her if you somehow managed to include lady gaga in the foreword...

gilda92 said...

Who cares which cover? A New Book! YayHoooray!@ (But I must admit I _do_ love the Alice cover best!)

carl craig said...

i love the cover but like the alice and peaty one it should have a border with little boxes and each one a different picture eg an uh oh baby dads car ernesto jungle gym etc

Mike said...

If Blisshaven Days was the wrong answer this time, maybe it will be the right answer next time.

It's a darned good answer!

Anne said...

I see that I am too late, but I would have voted for Blisshaven Days.

tcg said...

Oh, please, "The Mighty Alice," which is one of the great comics images in recent years--sublime.