Lebanon took over the comic Mondays through Saturdays starting Jan. The two had worked together to varying degrees since they met at an event Piraro emceed at the Toonseum in downtown Pittsburgh. They have shared writing credit on about comics since We both want each cartoon to be as good as we can make it, so our process is highly collaborative, not to mention fun. Wayno is the second Pittsburgh-area artist to grab the national spotlight in comics recently: Munhall-based Ed Piskor, who won an Eisner Award for his Hip-Hop Family Tree comic series, is currently writing, drawing and lettering the X-Men: Grand Design series for Marvel. The first issue was released in December.
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As you likely know, the creators of the comic characters Snoopy and Garfield and their families and descendents have more money than the sum total of all the assets of Canada and its inhabitants. I, on the other hand, have only enough to retire in a developing country. What is the key difference? Good looks? Giant hands that can grab cash faster?
Bizarro is a single- panel cartoon written and drawn by cartoonist Dan Piraro. Launched January 22, ,  the panel appears daily in markets throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia. On January 1, , Piraro's friend and colleague Wayne Wayno Howath took over creative duties on the daily strip, with Piraro continuing to do the Sunday strip. Wayno had been collaborating on writing the strip since and had even drawn the strip for a few previous stretches. Bizarro gives an eccentric, exaggerated and, as the name implies, bizarre look at everyday life.