The new issue of Foghorn, the cartoon magazine of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, has been published. Featuring a cover by the PCO’s Andrew Birch (and a back cover by Higgins), Foghorn is available to subscribers for the modest sum of £30 for six full colour issues delivered to your door.
Money in the wrong hands – Clive Collins recalls a case of mistaken identity.
This is your caption speaking – Rupert Besley goes back to school to find the trouble with words.
None shall pass! – Neil Dishington writes a short but sweet piece on the perils of online security.
Tickling the ivories – Tim Harries grabs his gold cape and widdly synth. Music lovers beware.
Foghorn guide to… – Bill Stott explains Equestrianism to non-horsey folk the world over. Some of it may even be true.
A full page of Noel Ford cartoons!
…all the usual features – Buildings in the Fog, The Critic, The Potting Shed, Andy Davey‘s ‘Foggy’ strip and plenty more cartoony random acts of humour.
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