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Friday, March 23, 2012

Back to Work, You!

So I'm back to work in the funny pages on Monday, with a few changes.

16 comments:

Andy said...
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Andy said...

Sorry. The post was tacky and I thought better, so I removed it. Don't hate me.

Mister Fweem said...

Glad to have you back. You've been missed.

carl craig said...

wow what an AMAZING drawing this is is a perfact example why i like your art so much . i cant wait till your back . what are the changes

carl craig said...

do you sell any original art at all . of anything .

Chris Sparks said...

He does,mail me at culdesacart@gmail.com.Thanks Chris( his art guy)!

Ginny_H said...

Hi Chris Sparks, thanks for posting - I found your blog and the info about "Team Cul de Sac" - and I have preordered the book. Keep up the good work!

Neil J Murphy said...

Welcome back! But what happened to Stephan Pastis doing a week? I was interested in what his take on the strip would be.

Brian Floca said...

Good news!

Elise's Art Garden said...

Hey! That looks just like my office! You have been missed!! Even my old mum who clips and pastes into her own Cul de sac scrapbook commented how much she misses your funniness!!

Ian W. Johnson said...

Its great to have you back in the saddle again.

gilda92 said...

Is that you Mr.Danders?

Sandy Jarrell said...

Changes?

jdigriz said...

This drawing reminds me of Al Hirschfeld's, where he would hide his daughter's name within the lines. Welcome back!

lynn said...

I feel like an old friend has returned to town. Very pleased that you are back.

willborough said...

fantastic! And you have a fez at your desk. a dream come true i imagine...:)

B