The Mayor Who Wasn’t There Is Still Here!

Going by what drunk people say to me in pubs, our Aug. 9 Bonus Column “The Mayor Who Wasn’t There” was a sleeper hit.

Bonus Columns — articles about random crap that usually run in prairie dog’s front end — aren’t published online (yet) but some of you guys seem to want this one to stick on your fridges (like people used to do with comics clipped from newspapers in the olden days). You can’t get a newsprint copy of it anymore but hey! Here’s a link to a downloadable, print-uppable PDF.

Dakota McFadzean’s caricature of Pat Fiacco is one for the ages. We’ll keep this up on the right-hand side of until after the civic election.

Feel free to download it for fridge-magnet posterity!

And by the way, if you love Dakota’s stuff, he also has a comic in every issue of prairie dog. But you knew that, right? Oh, and he has a website. With more comics!

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

6 thoughts on “The Mayor Who Wasn’t There Is Still Here!”

  1. And Chris Ware and Jaime Hernandez. And Ben Hatke (who I mightn’t call a “TITAN” but is one my favourites nonetheless). Holy crap. That’s huge news. Congrats Dakota.

  2. AND that’s why (or at least one more reason) why mags like prairie dog are muy, muy important: nourishing and encouraging local (& ex-pat) talent.

  3. Ok, an ode to Mr. Geisel’s work. It definately works as a piece of Regina historical municipal political parody.

    It may be art, But is it just original photocopying?, if someone utilizes/recycles the latest “public domain, pop culture” form?

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