Just back from the ever-amazing Kenosha Festival of Cartooning, where I was honored and privileged to moderate and MC several panels and events.  One of the highlights of the show was getting to walk around the gallery show that was hung in the Kenosha Museum called “More Than Funny 2.”  It contained work from the various cartoonists who were guests of the show:  Lincoln Peirce, Terri Libenson, Jeff Keane, Scott Stantis, Todd Clark, Rick Stromoski and Denis Kitchen…as well as amazing pieces from the past by Windsor McKay, Jack Kirby, Ernie Bushmiller, Chic Young, Jack Davis, and many others.  It was a fantastic collection of old and new, full of old school draftsmanship and skill.

I wandered the gallery show with my microphone and managed to capture the thoughts of some of the cartoonists who were like kids in a candy store as they moved from piece to piece.  Tune in and hear the words of:

Greg Cravens, “The Buckets,” “Hubris”

Terri Libenson, “The Pajama Diaries”

Denis Kitchen, Kitchen Sink Press, Underground Cartoonist

Lincoln Peirce, “Big Nate”