Easter Games and Fun Stuff

April has arrived; that means it’s time for our Easter games to make an appearance on the site, for a limited time. Enjoy:

Easter Games: Egg Hunt on our Site!

Lizzies’s Bunny On Special

We’re offering 50% off Lizzie’s bunny until Easter! This cute, floppy plush toy makes a great Easter gift.

Easter Items from our Zazzle Shop

We’ve created some special Easter designs just for our Zazzle shop. Check out the whole Easter collection here.

For Better or For Worse: The Complete Library by Lynn Johnston

We have some very exciting news to share, courtesy of IDW Publishing and the Library of American Comics:

Welcome back, Elly, John, and the entire Patterson family as IDW Publishing and the Library of American Comics proudly announce For Better or For Worse: The Complete Library by Lynn Johnston. These definitive hardcover editions will collect the entire series in nine volumes, three books per decade of the strip.

For Better or For Worse: The Complete Library, Vol. 1

For Better or For Worse: The Complete Library, Vol. 1

You can read the complete press release here. The first volume will be available in October of this year; stay tuned to our website for more news, as it happens!

Celebrate Spring With Us!

We hope you enjoy these new, spring-themed colouring sheets; we started working on these a couple of months ago, during a blizzard. Today we’re finally making these available on the site, and it’s so nice out that we’ve opened all the office windows. That’s one welcome spring breeze!

Here’s our classic “It’s a Spring Thing” memory game, back for another year.

Easter Items in our Zazzle Shop

We’ve also just launched some new Easter products; we especially like the easter-egg leggings (eggings?). You can check out the whole collection of Easter stuff here.

 

Lynn Interviewed for International Women’s Day!

GoGomics interviewed Lynn, about her experiences as a female cartoonist, for International Women’s Day. Check out the full interview here.

When Lynn Johnston created For Better or For Worse in 1979, she was a pioneer — one of small number of women cartooning from their own points of view and under their real names. This International Women’s Day, we caught up with Johnston for her perspective on the evolution of comics under her tenure. We wanted to find out how history shaped her early experiences as a professional cartoonist, and how her ongoing success shaped history and contributed to a more inclusive comics page. Read on for a reflection on her career and to catch up on her current exploits.