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These overdeveloped wonders of the funny pages were far more erotic than the foul drawings a certain school chum once dredged up from his father's tool chest. They were also more wholesome than those oil-stained strumpets. My mother must have raised me right because it was this "wholesome," yet sexy, quality that appealed to me.
I got my copy on pre-order, and now that the book is out it can be ordered at this link. A great job, Jimmy! Your fans know how hard you worked to put this together and make it a reality, and we thank you.
Creating a comic strip that engages both young and old, Jimmy Johnson's giggle-worthy gags and endearing characters capture readers by surprise. Arlo and Janis' love and continued desire for each other crops up often, while Johnson's political and social commentary through the eyes of his characters makes for a good read. Jimmy Johnson graciously squeezed time from his exceptionally busy schedule to chat with The Cartoonists.
Jimmy Johnson is an American comic strip cartoonist who writes and draws Arlo and Janis. He is an alumnus of Auburn University where he was a member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, class of I became quite proficient and was able to amaze my friends," wrote Johnson. As a young man just out of college, Johnson briefly worked as a reporter and in the public relations department of Auburn University.
Arlo and Janis is an American gag-a-day comic strip written and drawn by Jimmy Johnson. It is a leisurely paced domestic situation comedy. It was first published in newspapers on July 29,
Writing a newspaper comic strip must be the loneliest gig in the world. Fair or not, the Internet has exposed their lame sight gags, horrible wordplay and woefully outdated references for the hackwork they truly are. Sooner or later, one of these strips will feature hardcore nudity, and will still receive the same attention as a lame observation about how dogs and cats are just so, so different.