"Family-friendly comic strips would seem to be nonexistent these days. But there is one-the delightfulBaby Blues--that kids can read and enjoy with their parents." --Virginia Parent News
"It's been a while since there has been a baby in Baby Blues, but here they go again. Darryl and Wanda, already the parents of two, are adding a third little one to the MacPherson household, and they somehow continue to stay good-humored about life amid the chaos of a household on the grow.
Never a Dry Moment is the latest collection of the phenomenally popular comic strip. In this latest collection, Zoe and Hammie watch in amazement as their mommy's pregnancy takes shape--literally. Zoe wonders if her mom's oversized belly truly is all baby or if it's also housing a whole box of pudding pops that seems to be missing. "That's a different bulge," says Wanda. "Check behind me." And Hammie and Zoe still want Wanda to play baseball with them, even if it is just to be the backstop.
Never a Dry Moment showcases Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman's uncanny ability to humorously tap the everyday joys and trials of parenting young children.
Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott’s work on Baby Blues has delighted fans and wowed the cartooning world since the pair launched the strip in 1990. Rick lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Jerry, also the cocreator of the award-winning comic stripZits, lives in central coastal California.
Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott have delighted fans and impressed the cartooning world since the strip launched in 1990, and the passion continues today. Rick calls Phoenix, Arizona, home. Jerry, also the cocreator ofZits, lives in central coastal California.
Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott's Baby Blues is a past winner of the esteemed National Cartoonists Society's Award for Best Comic Strip of the Year. The two have published 16 successful Baby Blues collections and three treasuries since 1993. Their strip appears in nearly 800 newspapers, and their Web site, babyblues.com, receives more than a quarter of a million hits each month. Jerry was recently honored with the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year for his work on both Baby Blues and Zits, the other popular strip he cocreates. He lives in Malibu, Calif. Rick lives in Phoenix, Ariz.