Tuesday, November 28, 2006

The Cartoon Days of Christmas (TCDC) BLOG!

Welcome! This is the BLOG for TCDC - feel free to discuss our cartoons here at the BLOG or drop and e-mail to rldes@aol.com for posting to our guestbook! Cartoonists don't get out much (restraining orders and all that), so any nice, cheery feedback just makes our day!

This year's cartoonists are: Sean Boley, Rich Diesslin, Kevin Edler, Dale Hunt, Larry Miller, Ira Monroe, and Lan Hoang Vu!

To visit TCDC go to www.the-cartoonist.com from December 15th through January 5th! Otherwise BLOG away with our cartoonists.



  1. I recieved my 21oz water bottle today the cartoon looked great on it.It was well worth the price. thanks rich and 3drose you did a fine job.toondale

  2. I had some difficulties trying to order from the merchandise site. I was going to order some of my cartoon cards to send out, but I guess I'll try it next year.
    Love the chalkboard link, Rich. That was a good idea to see what the others are doing. Looks like a great batch of cartoons this year! I will start promoting this week.

  3. Thanks Larry. You and the other TCDC cartoonists have done another fine job. I think the folks are in for a fun web site on December 15th!

    Give the TCDC store another try, perhaps it was just a flakey connection!

  4. Once again, as usual, this year's TCDC is lookin' mighty good! And I definitely love the new addition of there being merchandise this year.

    Oh, and I'll have to agree with Larry about loving the chalkboard link, of being able to see what ev'rybody else was up to so far...and Rich, 'tis been a pleasure o' mine to be part of the TCDC craziness again this year!

  5. Just wanted to drop by and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Once again, Rich pulls his magic as if there was nothing to it and the contributors are phenomenal.
    The cartoons are great and it really is a fun page. Thanks so much to all for contributing. Great laughs.


    Rick London

  6. Not many posted questions or comments from all of those who veiwed. Must be a silent majority of cartoon lovers.

    I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and are looking forward to a happy new year in '07!