Introduce your girl to the original picture book series "Pinkie" by that good ol' Pommie Richard Morgan, aka Maddie Rose. This series was inspired by his daughters. Help send them to college - buy the series!
The solicitor turned animator created the comic strip "Queen's Council" from his experiences in the law profession. And yes, it is very funny. Alex, featured in FLIP 12, had his fifth collection of cartoons, "Lawyers Uncovered", published this year.
Have you picked up "The Art of Wall-E"? Well pick it up. Go on.
Now look closely at the cover. There, down at the bottom, in that tiny slither of brown. Next to the credit for Andrew Stanton's foreward in white letters is another credit, in black. What's it say?....
Mr. MishmashMedia was featured in FLIP 13. His bizarre character creations include his tribute to the rubber hose age "Bulbo" and his completely bizarre, slightly disturbing, what-the-hell-is-it creation "Papu" - both now available in all sorts of CafePress merchandise. Buy a button! Buy a mug! OR for that special someone, the Papu thong! Bennie Wallace
Tom knows the damnedest things about history, as seen in Flip 9. His book, "Drawing the Line" is the first to chronicle the history of organized labor in American animation. Its an amazing, sometimes hilarious read of scrawny little animators, gangsters, and movie tycoons.