Get your shopping done here


Hey everyone,

As your holiday shopping list gets longer, and your time to complete it gets shorter, here are some great, easy suggestions for the comic fans in your life:

Comic Prints

Do you have a favorite Pajama Diaries strip? Maybe a “Glossary of Terms,” a song parody, or anything that just reminds you of someone? A gallery-quality framed print of a favorite strip makes a meaningful gift. Click the “buy a print” button under the comic of your choice to start the quick process of purchasing, or click here.

Comic Originals

Can we say “authentic?” I’ll be happy to sign and date an original black-and-white strip (and even provide a personalized message). Email me for pricing and info:

DailyINK Subscription

DailyINK is the all-inclusive, online subscription service for the true comics fan. Every single day online and on iPhone or iPad, members get unlimited access to 90+ comic strips (including this one, of course), panels, editorial cartoons and vintage classics not available anywhere else. Plus, they can get all their favorite selections by email each day.

This all-digital gift idea has no shipping wait (last minute, anyone?) and it’s under 20 dollars for a full year’s subscription. Click here to purchase a DailyINK gift subscription.

Happy Holidays!


8 thoughts on “Get your shopping done here

  1. One of the recent comics seemed to attack Christians. I didn’t appreciate that. I realize you are Jewish, but bashing Christians is not a mitzvah.

  2. Hi James,
    Which comic are you referring to? I certainly never intentionally try to attack anyone, especially on the basis of faith. Are you sure it wasn’t a misinterpretation?

  3. It is possible that I misinterpreted it that’s why I used the term “seemed.” It referred to child raising techniques, but I don’t remember the date. I was surprised as I had never seen any objectionable pajama diaries comic strip before. I will look back and see if I can find the one.

  4. That was the one. I am Catholic and often we are accused of being “rigid” or being “zealots.” It is a way of dismissing a point of view without having to engage it. We have been hearing it a lot lately, especially in regard to our objections to the new HHS mandates. I guess that was what raised my antenna about that particular comic. Often the ones who do this are “zealots” and “rigid” themselves, just on the other side of the issues. Perhaps I am reading into it too much given my experiences. I accept your explanation about the comic. Thank you for responding to my concerns.

  5. No problem. Definitely not trying to target any particular religion. I have family and friends of many different faiths/beliefs, so I understand the sensitivity of that. Have a good one!

  6. Terri, I noticed some of the other King syndicate cartoonists plugging items as you did for this post. Does King “encourage” such content, demand it, or maybe even provide a script to adapt? I’m cynical enough to question whether such synchronization is spontaneous…

    • We were, in fact, encouraged to do a plug, but definitely not forced. I was busy promoting my book and store this time of year — this was just a reminder to let people know about Daily Ink, prints, originals, etc.

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