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It Came From Beneath the Drawing Board

The Mid-South Cartoonists Association's first comic anthology.


Overdrawn and Underwritten

The Mid-South Cartoonists Association's second comic anthology.


It’s working! MSCA website is back up.

And since it is up let me remind you that the next MSCA dinner meeting is this Thursday, February 6th at Garibaldi’s Pizza off Walker and Highland near the U of M. Starts at 6:30 and is open to the public.  Hope to see you there!


Hungry for art- and pizza? Check out the MSCA monthly dinner meeting at Garibaldi’s!

The next meeting is this coming Thursday- August 1st, 6:30pm at Garabaldi’s Pizza.

MSCA Prez. Charles Ettinger recently sent out an email to members asking about art donations for the Church Health Center‘s online auction for their Rock for Love 7 annual benefit concert. If you’d like to donate some original art, a signed . . .

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MSCA Monthly Dinner Meeting Rescheduled for Thursday, July 11th at U of M Garibaldi’s Pizza


Due to the next scheduled monthly dinner meeting falling on July 4th we are rescheduling it for the following Thursday- July 11th at 6:30pm.

So be sure to stop by Garibaldi’s Pizza on Walker and hear what’s been going on with the group since last month and what’s up with future MSCA . . .

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MSCA Dinner Meeting This Thursday and Free Comic Book Day Saturday!


Just a couple quick reminders about the next MSCA meeting, and my favorite holiday- Free Comic Book Day!

This week is the monthly MSCA Dinner Meeting at Garibaldi’s Pizza near the U of M. The dinner meetings are on the first Thursday of each month from 6-8pm(‘ish), and are free and open to the . . .

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MSCA News: 2 members involved in a MURDER – no foolin’!

MURDER postcard

Actually, there will be a MURDER soon, and it does indeed involve two of our MSCA members!

That’s right, the MSCA’s own Jim and Jo Lynne Palmer will be starring in…


April 12 – 28, 2013 | Musical By Agatha Christie, stage adaptation by Leslie Darbon Directed . . .

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