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However, Groth is moving ahead with selling a newspaper he had printed for the show, the Funny s, which will contain Groths' ature offbeat cartoons, short stories and, yes, activity s.
As the inevitable third wave of COVID surged, and clampdowns on private and public gatherings ensued, his plans for a small socially distanced opening and casual parking lot gathering evaporated. Or in this case, a paper one. s have been sky high, and I was prepared.
The paper was done with layout help from local graphic artist Emily Ciszek. He is a man of many artistic talents. I tried to have a punch line.
It also makes a rare re-appearance in The Funny s. And, he has even penned words for this very publication over the years.
Groth said most of the material in the paper was conceived in pandemic isolation, including the drawing that started it all — a hammer hitting a finger, leaving it in flat, smashed cartoonish glory. A show incidentally covered by this paper almost eight months ago to the day, right on the eve of the first shutdown.
In addition, the paper drew upon other events, including the election and the waning days of the Trump reign. However, fans can still get their fill with Groth's Funny s, a newspaper full of original comics, short stories and "activities. Advertise with Us Contact.Durango dan stories
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