Drawing To A Close (Ep. 020)
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In this week’s episode, host Jay Douglas and Out Of My Mind join newspapers across the country in celebrating the comic strip by visiting, once again, with Fred Schroeder and Dave Kellett. The co-producers of the documentary film, Stripped engage in a delightful discussion about the past, present and future of comic strips.It’s this week’s Out Of My Mind Short Story.
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