Winner of the 2013 Herblock award; 2015 Society of Illustrators Silver Medal recipient; 2015 first place AAN award for cartooning; 2015 Pulitzer finalist.

Hey! Don't forget to visit the online store for t-shirts, plush Sparkys and all-new dry-erase boards! NEW: if you missed the Kickstarter for 25 YEARS OF TOMORROW, not to worry! IDW Publishing has just released a second, expanded edition! And of course the most recent trade compilation, CRAZY IS THE NEW NORMAL, is still available as well!

If you really want to support TMW, please consider joining SPARKY'S LIST, my subscription email list that gives you a sneak peek at each week's cartoon!

READ THE LATEST CARTOON Mondays at Daily Kos and Tuesdays at The Nib!

Follow me on Twitter (@tomtomorrow) and on Instagram (@realtomtomorrow)!
And a quick note of thanks

Response to Sparky’s List has been extraordinary, and I want to sincerely thank everyone who has signed up so far. This level of direct audience support can go a long ways toward keeping the cartoon sustainable.

If there area any SL subscribers at NN this week, please be sure to introduce yourselves.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 11:25 AM | link
Maker’s schedule

Note to every editor, publisher, and/or anyone else I’ve ever offended by avoiding a lunch meeting: please read this.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 10:46 AM | link
Netroots Nation

I’ll be on a panel with Matt Bors and Jen Sorensen on Saturday, and we’ll all be hanging around the Daily Kos booth the rest of the time. Please stop by!

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 10:44 AM | link
Schoolhouse Rock revisited

How a secret memo justifies an executive Kill List.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 10:42 AM | link
New toon


Also a couple of unsolicited Sparky’s List testimonials, here and here.

Update: DRONEY shirts are now available in the Topatoco store. Because that’s the kind of fast paced world we live in.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 8:37 AM | link
RIP Kathi Goldmark

Saddened to learn that Kathi Goldmark, who founded the Rock Bottom Remainders, has passed away. Kathi made it possible for a lot of shut-in writers to live out teenage fantasies of playing rock and roll on actual stages in front of actual audiences. I got to do it a couple times myself. Thanks for that, Kathi.

Adding: New York Times obituary for Kathi, here.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 7:35 AM | link
Amazon final update

Situation was resolved. Hiding the details below the jump, so as not to clutter up the front page.
Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 7:10 AM | link

Winters Web Works
extreme trackingSite Meter

Log in