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San Diego Comic-Con fans become their own superheroes

Let's take a break from politics today and dip into the fantastical world of the San Diego Comic-Con. The image above is a slice taken from my latest Horsey On Hollywood cartoon. You can jump to the full image by clicking here.

This is a reminder that, in addition to my Top of the Ticket cartoons, I am now doing a weekly cartoon lampooning the wonderful, wacky world of entertainment. Starting next week, those cartoons will appear on Wednesdays in the Company Town blog. You can also see them in print on page 3 of the Sunday L.A. Times Calendar section.

Never fear, I'll be back to politics tomorrow. 

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