02-10-2006 09:51 AM CET - IT, New Media & Software

Quirky Cartoon Strip Makes fun of Our Strange Life

Press release from: NewsBlaze LLC

We often say that life imitates art. It would be quite a stretch of the imagination for that to be true with Ian Stacey's cartoon strips, but if you subscribe to the thought that the truth can be stranger than fiction, it might just be possible.

Stacey's new series of quirky cartoon strips have set readers laughing and asking for more and that's just what you'll get in the NewsBlaze cartoon strip archive.

NewsBlaze.com real-time daily news introduces an editorial cartoon on its front page and in the cartoon archive, that features Ian Stacey's quirky cartoons. Responding to feedback from readers, NewsBlaze added the work of two cartoonists. The style of the cartoons match NewsBlaze's outlook - current, whimsical, sometimes showcasing politics, but not polarized.

Gary Varvel has been the editorial cartoonist for The IndyStar since 1994 and the chief artist for The Indianapolis News for 16 years before that. His editorial cartoons are often, but not always, slightly right of center.

Ian Stacey cartoon strips are whimsical, sometimes wild and have appeared in street newspapers including New York's Big News and Boston's Spare Change, plus several magazines including, Wonderlust, The Layabout, The Journal of Silly and The Edge.

The cartoon archive can be found at http://newsblaze.com/cartoon/cartoons.html

NewsBlaze welcomes inquiries from journalists, book reviewers, software reviewers, bloggers and cartoonists. For more information, visit http://newsblaze.com/writers-wanted.html

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