Three for this Monday:
Baldo by Hector Cantu and Carlos Castellanos (thanks, DemetriosX)
Cow and Boy by Mark Leiknes
Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis (somewhere, someone will complain about the depiction of a lit cigarette.)
Congratulations to Josh, the Comics Curmudgeon for his Op/Ed piece in today's L.A. Times. And thank you for the kind mention of this blog. This article arguing that newspapers can save themselves by dedicating more space and attention to daily comics appeared right in the same space that used to be occupied by the editorial cartoonist that the L.A. Times fired a year ago.
Today's Sally Forth (minus the unnecessary caption panel (the UCP is something I could dedicate a whole 'nother blog to)):
Was there ever a Q*Bert Christmas special? While Q*Bert was a part of CBS' Saturday Supercade, I don't believe there ever was a Q*Bert-themed depiction of the Nativity (or even a Q*Bert O. Henry story.) In my childhood I was a connoisseur of both video game cartoons and Christmas specials, and I don't remember the two intersecting at Q*Bert. I could be wrong.