On the Mark: A Compilation of Columns and Cartoons 1992-2012

On the Mark: A Compilation of Columns and Cartoons 1992-2012

by Craig A. Marks
     
 

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A collection of columns and editorial cartoons by Craig A. Marks of the West Side Leader and South Side News Leader (Akron, Ohio). Craig has been providing a humorous slant on the goings-on in Northeast Ohio — and his personal life — for more than 20 years, with columns and cartoons about everyone from LeBron James to his parent's Karaoke-singing feline,

Overview

A collection of columns and editorial cartoons by Craig A. Marks of the West Side Leader and South Side News Leader (Akron, Ohio). Craig has been providing a humorous slant on the goings-on in Northeast Ohio — and his personal life — for more than 20 years, with columns and cartoons about everyone from LeBron James to his parent's Karaoke-singing feline, Oliver. Among the 97 columns included in this collection: "A fiscal cautionary tale," "Catching up on old haunts" (laments of the Phantom of the Civic Theatre), "To boldly go where no coloring book has gone before" (how Mr. Spock ended up dressed like a pirate), "Snow job, completed" (Old Man Winter's exit interview), "Express discontent" (a polarizing "Polar Express" revision), "Off to find the lizard" (a search for a daughter's stuffed reptile), "The road ahead" (a look at the Copley-Fairlawn Wal-Mart battle), "WAKC unplugged" and "How to hook an Indians fan."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014637701
Publisher:
Craig Marks
Publication date:
06/26/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Craig Marks joined the West Side Leader as its editorial cartoonist in 1984 and began his “On the Mark” column in 1992. He also covers sports and reviews movies for the paper.
While attending The University of Akron, Marks drew the comic strip “Zippy” for the Buchtelite and was a performer and principal writer in the radio comedy group Zot Theater. He and Zot Theater member Chris Mezzolesta formed the comedy band Power Salad, which can be heard on the “Dr. Demento Show.”

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