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Ninth Anniversary!

Wow it’s hard for me to believe it, but I’ve been drawing chickens for nine years as of today. So I’m officially entering my tenth year of chickening, which feels pretty amazing! I am always incredibly grateful for discovering this creative outlet and for all of you who stop by and read the crazy ideas that pop into my head late at night. Thank you all so much!

I like to celebrate my chickenniversary with an annual class photo, showing all of the characters that appeared in more than one cartoon in the past year. See how many characters you can recognize above!

I had a great year #9. Among the highlights for me were this and this and this and this. Can’t wait to see what year #10 brings!

Your Top Ten
These were the most-visited comics from the past year:

  1. Be an Artist
  2. Treasure Maps
  3. The City
  4. Therapy
  5. Cause for Celebration
  6. Stress Levels
  7. How To Train Your Cat 4
  8. Navigating the Maze
  9. A Dangerous Game
  10. What To Do When You See A Bear

Doug’s Top Ten
And here are my top picks (alphabetically) from the rest of the past year’s comics:

Did your favorite make one of the top ten lists this year? Post your faves in the comments and you could win a Cat Adventures book!

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Eighth Anniversary!

I started Savage Chickens eight years ago today! Here’s my annual class photo, showing all of the characters that appeared in more than one cartoon in the past year. See if you can identify them all!

Year #8 was an exciting one for me on the chicken front, mostly because of this and this and especially this. I’m still having a blast drawing cartoons and I want to thank you all for your continued support and encouragement!

Your Top Ten
These were the most-visited cartoons from the past year:

  1. Conflicted
  2. The New Guy
  3. That Sinking Feeling
  4. How To Train Your Cat
  5. Employee Morale
  6. Hoth Patrol
  7. I Heart You
  8. Work With Passion
  9. School Day
  10. Cat Psychologist

Doug’s Top Ten
And here are my top picks (alphabetically) from the rest of the past year’s cartoons:

Did your favorite make one of the top ten lists this year? Post your faves in the comments and you could win a Savage Chickens e-book!

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Seventh Anniversary!

Today I’m celebrating seven years of Savage Chickens! Here are all of the characters who appeared in more than one cartoon in year #7. See how many you can identify!

It has been a busy year! The book came out, I had my first signing, I was on radio and other blogs, and I even did some publicspeaking gigs. Plus a whole bunch of interviews. Next year is looking like even more fun: I’ve got a few new book ideas, the German edition of my book comes out in March, and I’m going to be a special guest at San Diego Comic-Con 2012. Crazy times!

Anyway I want to thank you all for making this year so amazing. I really could not do this without you, and I hope that you enjoy all the stuff I have planned for Year #8!

Your Top Ten
These were the most-visited cartoons during the past year:

  1. How To Cure Your Arachnophobia
  2. Spot the Differences
  3. I Love You More
  4. Crawling Onto Land
  5. Brick House *
  6. Chewbacca *
  7. Neighbour Noise
  8. How to Drink Absinthe
  9. Corporate Survivalist
  10. Hallucinations *

* second year on the Most Visited list!

Doug’s Top Ten
Here are my top picks (alphabetically) from the rest of the past year’s cartoons:

Did your favorite make this year’s top ten lists? Post your favourite cartoon(s) in the comments and you could win a Savage Chickens book!

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Savage Chickens - Sixth Anniversary!

This Sunday, I’m celebrating six years of Savage Chickens! Here’s my annual cartoon showing all of the characters who appeared in more than one cartoon in the past year. See how many you can identify!

This has been a really fun year for me. I’ve spent a lot of time behind the scenes working on Savage Chickens: A Survival Kit for Life in the Coop, which is coming out in a month and features mostly all-new cartoons created especially for the book! Working on the book got me experimenting with new ideas, and I started drawing larger cartoons this year, such as 3″ x 5″, 3″ x 10″, 3″ x 20″, 3″ x 25″, and even 12″ x 12″. I hope you’ve enjoyed the longer cartoons – I’m having a lot of fun trying new things.

Your Top Ten
These were the most-visited cartoons during the past year:

  1. Chewbacca
  2. Hallucinations
  3. Curling Revisited
  4. Making a List
  5. Brick House
  6. NSFW (on my Top 10 last year; this year, it’s on your Top 10!)
  7. Abacus
  8. Tigger (its third year on the Most-Visited list!)
  9. Totally
  10. Time Travel

Doug’s Top Ten
Here are my top picks (alphabetically) from the rest of the past year’s cartoons:

Anyway thanks for your continued support and for making this past year so much fun. I couldn’t do this without you!

Did your favorite make this year’s top ten lists? Post your favourite cartoon(s) in the comments and you could win Doug’s new book and Savage Chickens artwork! Update: Winners announced!

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