We’ve had a few people ask us why the FBorFW characters aren’t wearing masks and social-distancing in the strip.
We’ve been collecting recipes from Lynn’s family’s collection, for your enjoyment. This special cherry cake was featured in this Sunday strip (and check out Lynn’s note about how her Mom turned the tables on her one day, making Lynn bake it herself!)
You can find the whole recipe series here. Hope you enjoy!
Tom Tanquaray’s film, Hand Drawn Life, will stream free on Sat Nov 21st on YouTube Live. Sign up in the link below. Please pass this along to anyone you think would be interested. It’s a feedback forum so comments are encouraged (hopefully positive). While this film predates the current pandemic and other crises, Tom hopes it shows why comics are an important outlet to mirror the common experiences and express the collective anxieties.
Saturday, 21 November 2020 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EST)
We know some of you leave your Halloween decorations up all year long, so we didn’t want to make you wait any longer for our games!
Tricky Treat – try our challenging matching game here.
Halloween Treats – clear the board with our Halloween treat game
Halloween Colouring Pages – print and colour Lynn’s Halloween line art
Monster Match – match Lynn’s monstrously silly doodles
Pumpkin Carving Stencils – want a classic FBorFW-style Jack O’Lantern? get your stencil here
Join host and For Better Or For Worse creator LYNN JOHNSTON in celebrating PATRICK McDONNELL’S journey over the past 25 years with his iconic comic strip, MUTTS and everything along the way. Patrick is this year’s Elzie Segar Award-winner for his unique and outstanding contribution to the profession of cartooning.
Lynn and Patrick talk about everything from early influences like their friend, the late Charles Schulz, to the fantastic Lynda Barry, and working with Abrams Comic Arts Editor Charlie Kochman on Patrick’s new Book, The Art of Nothing. (Which is really something.)