Popular calendar title | A comic collection that is funny for the whole year | Printed on high-quality paper | Features easy tear-off pages
The Argyle Sweater comic presents a surreal, hilarious, and often punny look at the world you think you know. Covering (and sometimes skewering) topics such as history, pop culture, relationships, religion, and everyday life, The Argyle Sweater Day-to-Day Calendar has something for everyone. Rogaine lettuce is available in the produce department. A kangaroo wears a pocket square. The thief left the bills and took the coins in a centsless crime. Mama Bear reminds her cub, "no Little Debbies before dinner." These are just a few subjects of Scott Hilburn's clever and unexpected single panel cartoons that fans love to read and share. Each page of The Argyle Sweater calendar features a different full-color panel comic. As an added bonus, the back of each calendar page includes Daily Extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, tips, and trivia. Day/Date reference on every page, Includes major official world holidays, Plastic easel backer for tabletop display, Cartoons appeared in newspapers in 2018, More than 300 panels not featured in previous calendars Small but impactful, this desk calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, this calendar features a built-in easel and is perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf. Challenge yourself throughout the year or give this calendar as a gift to a friend.
- Popular calendar title!
- A comic collection that is funny for the whole year
- Printed on high-quality paper
- Features easy tear-off pages
- Includes easel backing for display
- Carefully curated images each day
- Give as a gift for any occasion
- Stay organized and on track all year
- Perfect for display on any table or desk
- Great for families, students, and professionals
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"All are funny - some are obvious and some require some thought and possible research (which provides knowledge) My family loves it and I give it for gifts too." - DawnBasden
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Scott Hilburn is the creator of The Argyle Sweater, a panel comic where one should expect the unexpected—where animals can talk, the imaginary becomes real, and politicians tell the truth. Born in 1971, Hilburn grew up in Garland, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. He earned a bachelor's degree from Argosy University and began working toward a master's degree in clinical psychology and professional counseling before interrupting his post-graduate studies to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a starving cartoonist.