New Strip Posted Every Sunday
A new Thadeus & Weez strip is posted every Sunday. After it's been up for a week, it's replaced by the new one. The replaced strip then is indexed by date and subject in the 2002 archives.
October 7, 2002 New section for links added.
March 6, 2002 Jewish World Review Adds Thadeus & Weez
The Jewish World Review , published online in New York City has added Thadeus & Weez. Look for it in the left margin under "toons" in alphabetical order. Once a week it is a featured cartoon in the "Worth 1,000 Words" section in the middle column.
January 25, 2002 Online Odessa American Adds Strip
The online Odessa American has added Thadeus & Weez.
Januray 5, 2002 Online Corpus Christi Caller-Times Makes Multiple Use
The online Caller-Times runs Thadeus & Weez in its opinion section, its politics section and in its comics section. The opinion and politics sections incorporate the entire home page while the comics section runs the newest individual strip.
December 5, 2001 Online Tyler Morning Telegraph Links
The Tyler Morning Telegraph has linked to the Thadeus & Weez site in its "Section Links" on the left column of the first page.
October 6, 2001 MuddleHead News
The offbeat MuddleHead News -- a great name -- links to Thadeus & Weez.
April 26, 2001 Online Amarillo Globe-News Subscribes
On April 26, 2001 the Amarillo Globe-News online edition added Thadeus & Weez to its opinion section.
April 16, 2001 Newsmax.com
Newsmax.com has added Thadeus & Weez to its list of political cartoons.
April 19, 2001: Corpus Christi Caller-Times online subscribes.
The online Corpus Christi Caller-Times is now running Thadeus & Weez in its politics and comics sections.
April 16, 2001: Redesign of home page completed.
The site's home page was given a new look over the weekend. The contents and quotes were redesigned and images were added. A new logo banner was created with an image of Weez and George W. Bush.
February 25, 2001: Site Redesign
The entire site has been redesigned. Campaign Comix will hibernate until the next presidential election, though it will remain up. And the 2001 archives are open.
January 22, 2001: Now Showing At About.com
Daniel Kurtzman, political humor guide at about.com, has added Thadeus & Weez to the "Daily Feeding Frenzy."
July 31: New Politics-Free Collection
This is the first collection of mostly politics-free, topical Thadeus & Weez strips. It was originally done for the Comics Edge produced by Tribune Media Services. The Comics Edge supplies cartoons to over 50 online newspapers. These strips ran during July, 2000.
June 5, 2000: "Animation Alley" Added
Animation Alley has modest, animated vignettes. There are two uploaded as of today. The vignettes run on a continuous loop, and the animation timing is correct the first time they run after completely loading. These are first crude attempts. Better to come.
May 22, 2000: New Animation
There's a new animation of George W. Bush at play in his money bin at Bush Art.
April 18, 2000: New Law Cartoon Site
LawComix.com was uploaded today. It's a collection of law-based cartoon projects that Fincher has done including the current Legal Isms project.
March 6, 2000: All New Improved Campaign Comix
The Campaign Comix collection has been completely redesigned and a new site established at Campaign Comix.com which links to the Campaign Comix collection at this site. Campaign Comix has collected all of the Thadeus & Weez strips about the presidential campaign and listed them by date, candidate and subject. A new strip is added weekly.
January 11, 2000: New York Times
Reporter Frank Bruni set up a story in the New York Times about George W. Bush's chief strategist Karl Rove by describing a comic strip on his office wall. That comic strip -- though not named by Bruni -- is the July 11, 1999, Thadeus & Weez strip in which Bush and Hillary Clinton fight over the political spotlight. The Times piece, which ran January 11, 2000, was titled "Behind Bush Juggernaut, an Aide's Labor of Loyalty."
November 22, 1999: Fincher Creates New Strip
Thadeus & Weez cartoonist, Charlie Fincher, has created a new comic strip called Legal Isms for the Lexis-Nexis online newsletter What's New. The strip is about lawyers from a lawyer's perspective instead of the usual lawyer-bashing cartoon. Still, it has barbs. Once at What's New, click on the cartoon panel of the first page of the newsletter to get the strip. There's a link to the archive of strips below the newest Legal Isms.
October 29, 1999: Most Of The Candidates In Costume
Most of the presidential candidates are decked out in Halloween costumes reflecting their public images in this Thadeus & Weez strip. It was originally posted just before Halloween.