tomorrow, tomorrow, that’s our motto!
Join the kids as they charge wide-eyed into the future. From home to classroom, from playground to corporate America, they’re on a mission to upgrade the world!
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Relax and read a few comic strips.
Our first collection includes hundreds of black and white daily strips and dozens of color Sundays, too! Here are a few samples from a few of the seventeen storylines.
Virtual Education. Media Jean and Chip try to attend 4th grade online.
Bedtime Stories. Social commentary tends to seep into Bob’s bedtime stories.
The Homework Protest. Media Jean and Chip stage an anti-homework campaign.
Homemade Land Speeder. Bob agrees to build the kids a real land speeder.
So-Duh. The kids decide to create their own soda, with unexpected results.
The Santa Experience. The kids have three wildly different encounters with Santa.
Here’s what folks are saying about Kid, Inc.
“The observations of the virtual generation are exactly on target. As a teacher, itresonates with me in a way that few strips ever have. It’s not about belly-laughs.More like the subtle (and disturbing) messages of early Doonesbury. Nicely done.”Greg (High School Teacher)
“We all could learn a thing or two from this cast of characters—you will also laugh our rumpus-room-OFF. My Highest Recommendation, you will not be disappointed.” Patrick (Writer and Dad)
“I’m a long time comic strip fan (Calvin & Hobbes, Peanuts…) but there hasn’t been something that I really enjoyed reading in the last few years until I stumbled onto Kid, Inc. It’s hysterical, thoughtful, philosophical, subversive, and engaging. But most of all, it’s a lot of fun.” Daniel (Teacher)
“The first comic book I’ve read in probably fifty years. But it is so much more I cannot begin to do it justice. I cannot imagine anyone from (about) ten to (about) ninety not loving this book.” Bill (Writer and Sailor)