Keith Tucker’s What NOW?!! Toon GUEST ARTIST!

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Keith Tucker, our in-house political cartoonist, is on sort of a working vacation this issue.  He’s on deadline to put the finishing touches on a book documenting his work on “Jem and the Holograms”, a 1980’s animated series that had the idea of a “pop singer with a

Click here to hear the Jem and the Holograms mega-hit “It Depends on the Mood I’m In” and enjoy a little of Keith’s apolitical artwork

Click here to hear the Jem and the Holograms mega-hit “It Depends on the Mood I’m In” and enjoy a little of Keith’s apolitical artwork

secret identity” long before Hannah Montana.  Keith will be debuting his book at JemCon,an entire convention of rabid Jem-ians in Seattle, October 6-7. Click here if you’d like to learn more about the book or any of the other parts of Keith’s vast body of work.  But you’re here for Toons and neither we nor Keith want to leave you hanging, so…

If there’s a silver lining to the Trump administration it’s this… he’s inspired a lot of creativity.  People have found that mere words aren’t enough to express their disgust and have turned to art, music, writing, sculpture, and many more offbeat ways to protest.  Geo Kendall is a Dwyer client who’s been inspired to wield his own pen in political cartoons, and a little while back he gave us these samples.  We’ve been looking for the right time to show them to you and this just may be it.  So without further ado we bring you the cartoon stylings of Geo Kendall, and thanks to Geo for sending these to us!

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