Lunch Break 1.24.2011

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Lunch Break is a short round-up of favorite webcomics appearing here each weekday at noon. Here’s something for you to enjoy over your lunch break or whenever. The premise is simple: it’s another day on the internet. Here’s a new or forgotten comic that seems interesting. Have something to recommend? Email us: crosshatchdispatch@gmail.com.

  1. How to Make an Eco-Friendly Cat Bonnet by Susie Cagle // January 18, 2011
  2. Graphic Novelty by Jon Adams // July 27, 2010
  3. Meanwhile, The San Francisco Dog Walkers by Wendy MacNaughton // December 3, 2010
  4. Make Me a Wolfman by Jeremy Tinder // January 16 2011
  5. Crow Drinking Beer From Thimble by Eric Orchard // January 19, 2011

Sarah Morean

Nine Gallons #1 by Susie Cagle

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Nine Gallons #1
by Susie Cagle
Self-published

ninegallons1I did some light internet stalking of Susie Cagle while trying to find her website at a time when her book was not in hand, and learned unexpectedly that her father was once a toy inventor. This news has nothing to do with her excellent new mini-comic Nine Gallons #1, but it’s fascinating nonetheless and obviously something you should know. I mean, look at this genius “bath soup” invention Ms. Cagle is modeling. Who knew then that years later, when she grew up and moved to San Francisco, she would devote thankless hours to making real, edible kinds of soup as a member of Food Not Bombs? It’s a remarkable coincidence – and certainly the best segue I could hope for leading into this review.

Nine Gallons #1 is a slice-of-life style book that chronicles some of Cagle’s most memorable experiences with Food Not Bombs – the loosely-knit international collective of anti-war pro-soup activists.

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