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This cartoon about texting led to an award of a Silver Reubens from The National Cartoonists Society for Best Newspaper Comic Strip in 2014. Read more by getting a subscription to Six Chix at ComicsKingdom.

Title panel from a page story which ran in the comic book World War 3 Illustrated, and which won an award from the Newswomen’s Club of New York.

For college students interested in cartooning, please link to the

Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the

National Cartoonists Society Foundation.

Isabella draws authors for

Literary Locations.

One of Isabella Bannerman’s first jobs was painting backdrops and props for  Pee Wee’s Playhouse. She continued working in the field of animation, directing station identification spots for Mtv, and working on the TV show Doug. Her cartoons have been in many publications, including Glamour, The New York Times, The Funny Times, and World War 3 Illustrated. Isabella has been writing and drawing the Monday comic for the internationally syndicated comic strip “Six Chix” since 2000.

The clock image is an

excerpt from a

book illustrated by Isabella and

written by Dr.

Harrison and Patricia Bloom about the benefits of an active lifestyle.