weekly penguin cartoon


Apr 19: What happens in board meetings stays in board meetings.

Apr 12: If 'Quantum' is in the name, it's a marketing breakthrough.

Apr 05: The real question - is software engineering just daycare for adults?

Mar 29: That way does make more sense.

Mar 29: That way does make more sense.

Mar 22: Better than catnip?

Mar 15: Jury is still out - to lunch.

Mar 08: Musicians have the best swears.

Mar 01: Put it on the garden. The flowers are looking a little peckish.

Feb 22: Fish are friends! Until they’re food.

Feb 15: Well, I still watch, I just don't bet.

Feb 08: On the internet, nobody knows you're a cat. But they might guess.

Feb 01: Every website you visit already knows you want one.

Jan 25: A new winter extreme sport…?

Jan 18: A rather loose definition of ‘safe.’

Jan 11: Vacation priorities.

Jan 04: Gosh, what an interesting-looking game!

Dec 28: Well? Is it easy to be green, or not?

Dec 21: I celebrate Secular Herring Feast Day.

Dec 14: And you know what the doctor said about that.

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To fit the strips onto mugs, it's been necessary to change them a bit, usually just shortening them. Since Cafepress provides kinda small images, I've put bigger ones here (they'll open in new windows):

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The rock collection one (when is a collection really a collection?)
The one about feeding spammers to your pet tiger
Too much of a good thing?
The birth of the Church of the Great Penguin
The "don't give your cat your Amazon password" one
One of the talking to dead penguins show ones
The one where they go clubbing
The one where they attempt to clean the fridge

There's also a one-panel one where Ted shows up in a UFO - it's too big for the web site, though it is available here in our 2004 calendar (it's October, in case you're not looking ahead...) It doesn't fit right on a mug but is on a tote bag, lunchbox and mousepad.